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Citizen Advisory Committee
Citizen Advisory Committee

Civil Service Commission
The three-member Civil Service Commission establishes policy and rules governing the selection of employees for, and the classification of, civil service positions.
Civil Service Commission

Community Resources Commission
The purpose of the 11-member Community Resources Commission is to educate the citizenry of the present available community services, to provide information about and promote local agencies, social services and emergency services; and to sanction and implement these services as needs are identified within the community, as directed by the Board of Trustees.
Community Resources Commission

Crime Prevention Committee
The goal of the Crime Prevention Committee is to work closely with the Tinley Park Police Department in an effort to encourage more community involvement in the safety and welfare of residents of the Village of Tinley Park.
Crime Prevention Committee

D.A.R.E. Committee
The D.A.R.E. Committee assists D.A.R.E. (Drug Abuse Resistance Education) police officers in organizing and carrying out plans and events that benefit the program.
D.A.R.E. Committee

Economic Commercial Commission
The 15-member Economic Commercial Commission structures sound economic and commercial development policies and recommends information on research and resources for distribution to prospective employers considering expansion or location in Tinley Park.
Economic Commercial Commission

Environmental Enhancement Commission
The 11-member Environmental Enhancement Commission is responsible for providing, maintaining and ensuring a healthful environment for the citizens of Tinley Park.
Environmental Enhancement Commission

MainStreet Commission
The seven-member MainStreet Commission creates, administers and promotes a Main Street (Oak Park Avenue) business development and redevelopment plan conducive to small business growth.
MainStreet Commission

Plan Commission
The nine-member Plan Commission ensures that adequate provisions are made for the preparation of a comprehensive Village plan to guide, direct and control the growth and development of the community.
Plan Commission

Police Pension Board
The Police Pension Board oversees all the funds for police pensions. The board is regulated by state statute but is not considered an official commission or committee.
Police Pension Board

S.A.L.T. Committee
The Seniors and Law Enforcement Together (S.A.L.T.) Committee works with the Tinley Park Police Department in determining safety issues of concern for senior citizens and how seniors can enhance personal and property safety.
S.A.L.T. Committee

Senior Services Commission
The nine-member Senior Services Commission fosters the development of senior services within the Village of Tinley Park and develops a close working relationship with local providers of these services.
Senior Services Commission

Sister Cities Commission
The nine-member Sister Cities Commission strengthens the Tinley Park Sister City program and fosters the Village's international relationships.
Sister Cities Commission

Veterans Commission
The 11-member Veterans Commission recognizes the contributions of Village residents who have served in the Armed Forces and assists veterans in preserving their rights.
Veterans Commission

Zoning Board of Appeals
The seven-member Zoning Board of Appeals reviews and makes recommendations to the Village Board on applications for variances when circumstances may require variances from the codes within the Village's zoning ordinances.
Zoning Board of Appeals