Monday - Friday 7 a.m. - 5 p.m. call (708) 403-6350
After-hour emergency, call the non-emergency police at (708) 349-4111
The Village currently has (45) pavilions located throughout the Parks system. Park pavilions provide a place in the shade for residents to congregate, watch their children play, or enjoy lunch. Park pavilions are typically located in close proximity to a playground. Sterling Ridge Pavilion was installed in 2021 and there are five (5) other pavilions currently being installed at Sunny Pine, Heritage, Spring Creek, Colonial, and Cachey Parks. The pavilion at Sunny Pine Park will be a new feature for the park, while outdated pavilions located at the five (5) other sites will be replaced with new ones.
Playground renovations finished in 2021 include Bill Young, Cachey, Cameno Real, Discovery, Ishnala Woods, Marley Creek, Spring Creek Estates, Village Square, and Wedgewood Estates Parks. The scope of work included new playground equipment, accessibility improvements, and site furniture (e.g. benches and picnic tables). Playground improvements focus on inclusive playground equipment that welcomes kids and families of all abilities to learn, play and grow together.
Stormwater improvements completed in 2021 include Brown, Frontier and Spring Creek Estates Parks. Flooding issues have been resolved and more park space has been made usable for residents to enjoy on a regular basis.
Work began April 26.
The project consists of street rehabilitation to restore pavement integrity and improve drainage. Incidental to the pavement restoration will be scattered curb, sidewalk and driveway replacements. Driveway repairs are dictated by incidental curb and/or sidewalk replacement.
The following construction activities are anticipated:
A follow-up flyer will be distributed when final paving is scheduled, to alert local residents of the prime coat treatment. This flyer is provided to avoid vehicle tracking of the prime onto driveways, as well as the prime collecting on vehicles. Every effort is made to ensure the prime application is made at a time of day when traffic is light.
Thank you for your patience during the construction activity, recognizing that it creates a significant inconvenience for many residents. We ask that you please drive slowly and cautiously, taking note of workers, construction vehicles, construction signage and electronic message board notifications.
Scam Alert: We have received notice that residents have been solicited by individuals impersonating Village staff. These individuals have falsely informed residents that they were responsible for a portion of the repairs being made in front of their residences. There have also been incidences wherein the individuals pose as the construction contractors to lure residents out of their house while an accomplice enters the home from the back. Contact the police immediately if you suspect suspicious activity.
As part of the ongoing effort by the Village of Orland Park to upgrade and maintain the water system, the Village will be replacing watermain on Biloba Street, Maple Avenue, Oakdale Court, Lunar Avenue, Magnolia Lane, Juniper Court, and Poplar Road. Watermains will be upgraded in size and will include new fire hydrants and new water services from the main to the existing B-box located in the parkway. This project is estimated to begin in mid-September dependent on weather and material availability. The area impacted by the proposed improvement is shown on the exhibit provided.
Daily lane and road closures are expected in order to maintain a safe construction environment for both the workers and the general public. Every effort will be made to accommodate local traffic and to minimize disruption for businesses and residents.
Occasional interruptions of water service are expected as services are switched and final connections to the new main are complete. Customers will be notified in advance for any scheduled shutdowns.
Remember it is important to call to have utility lines marked before you dig. This is a free service. Call 8-1-1 or 1-800-892-0132. Visit https://www.illinois1call.com/ for more information regarding utility line markings.
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Mosquito season starts during the summer months and continues through fall.
The Village relies on the South Cook County Mosquito Abatement District (SCCMAD) for administration of the Mosquito Abatement Program. SCCMAD's mission is to safeguard the health and comfort of the citizens of South Cook County through a planned program to monitor and reduce mosquitoes and other biting insects that transmit diseases or parasites from one human or animal to another, known as vectors.
The most effective way to prevent mosquito borne virus infections from mosquito bites is to prevent them in the first place. Mosquitoes bite during the day and the night, use an insect repellent, wear long-sleeved shirts and pants, treat clothing and gear, and take steps to control mosquitoes indoors and outdoors.
You are first in line to be bitten by mosquitoes that breed in your own yard and garden! Mosquitoes can breed even in the tiniest amounts of water. Remove stagnant water so mosquitoes can’t breed.
Have questions regarding the program? Please contact the South Cook County Mosquito Abatement District office at (708) 333-4120 or visit them online at the Cook County Mosquito Abatement website.
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