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Central given all-clear after bomb threat

The Tinley Park 911 Center was notified at about 10 a.m. this morning of a bomb threat at Central Middle School.


Open house for 175th Street Feb. 5

The Village will host an open house from 4 to 7 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 5 in the Kallsen Center at Village Hall to discuss improvements to 175th Street.

Metra releases new schedule

Metra recently unveiled a new Rock Island Line schedule hat includes changes necessary for the new PTC safety system, as well as service enhancements like new express trains.

Village approves ENRA with Melody Square

The Village Board on Thursday approved an Exclusive Negotiation Rights Agreement with Melody Square, LLC in relation to developing the Mental Health Center property.


Village receives budget award

The Government Finance Officers Association recently awarded the Village with the Distinguished Budget Presentation Award for the Village’s 2019 budget. 

Vegetation management in Tinley

ComEd is performing vegetation management activities on distribution circuits in Tinley Park. ComEd has provided a map of the current work area.


A call to artists

The Village will host its 16th annual Benches on the Avenue program from May to October next year in Downtown Tinley and is seeking artists who are interested in participating.

Village meetings streamed live

Tinley Park Board meetings are streamed live on the Village's YouTube channel.

New businesses in Tinley Park

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

News Release Archive

Read past stories from the Village by accessing the News Release Archive.

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Mayor's Corner

New year, new goals in Tinley Park

As we begin 2019, I think it is important to reflect on the accomplishments and progress of our Village in 2018. Specially, I want to highlight all of the improvements to Tinley Park's economic development that we made in 2018. These improvements can be organized into four distinct categories: improvements to downtown, job creation, ribbon cuttings for new businesses in town and other major projects.
- Mayor Jacob C. Vandenberg