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Parking options for commuters

Tinley Park offers several parking options to commuters at the 80th Avenue and Oak Park Avenue train stations.

Seat Check Saturday this weekend

The Tinley Park Police Department will take part in National Seat Check Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 21 in the parking lot at 7750 W. 183rd St.


Toyland Parade applications

The Village will host its annual Tinley Toyland Parade on Saturday, Dec. 7 and is looking for groups and organizations that would like to participate.

American English to close Music in the Plaza

American English will bring the Beatles back to life during Music in the Plaza from 7 to 10 p.m. Saturday in Zabrocki Plaza.

Work coming on Brementowne water mains

The Village will replace the existing water main, fire hydrants, valves and water services on several streets in the Brementowne subdivision.

MWRD continues 175th Street work

The MWRD is completing reconstruction of a junction chamber located at the intersection of 175th Street and Ridgeland Avenue.

Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month

The Village of Tinley Park will join the Tie a Teal Ribbon Foundation in designating the month of September as National Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month.


Find a Musical Chair and join the fun!

Nearly two dozen painted chairs are hiding inside various businesses throughout Tinley Park. Find them and you just might win a great prize!

Special events this summer in Tinley Park

Downtown Tinley is bursting at the seams this summer with fun events along Oak Park Avenue that the whole family can enjoy together!


New businesses in Tinley Park

The Village is proud of its businesses and welcomes the new locations that have opened recently in Tinley Park.

Upcoming events


Mayor's Corner

Welcome to Tinley Park!

The Village of Tinley Park was incorporated in 1892 as Bremen, and the area was settled primarily by emigrants from the Eastern United States, Germany, Ireland, England, Scotland and Canada. As the country's railroad empire was growing, Bremen was located on the Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific Railroad lines. This influenced the Village's rapid expansion, and in 1890 the name Bremen was changed to Tinley Park, in honor of the Village's first railroad station agent, Samuel Tinley Sr.
- Mayor Jacob C. Vandenberg