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Parkside Drainage Improvements
The Village of Tinley Park recently awarded a $705,366 contract to H. Linden & Sons of Plano, Ill. to upgrade the existing storm sewer along Glenview Drive, Ravinia Drive and Pine Point Drive between Elm Lane and Riverside Drive with a new 12- to 36-inch storm sewer under the pavement and in the parkway. This improvement is expected to improve drainage in that neighborhood during heavy rainfall by increasing the amount of rainfall the system can convey. Click here for more information and for a project map.

Crack Sealing Program
The Village selected Denler, Inc. to perform a multi-year crack sealing program in Tinley Park. Work includes crack sealing of various Village streets and municipal parking lots. Click here for a project map.

Tinley Park Mental Health Center property
At approximately 280 acres, the Tinley Park Mental Health Center property is the single-largest development opportunity in Tinley Park. The Village has the opportunity to create a legacy project that can complement the entire Village. Visit this page often for updated information on this important project.

Kimberly Heights Annexation
Click here for more information regarding the proposed annexation of Kimberly Heights.

The Reserve

The Reserve is a proposed 47-unit multifamily residential building at the northeast corner of 183rd Street and Oak Park Avenue. Click here for more information on this development.

LaGrange Road Widening Project

The Illinois Department of Transportation (IDOT) is in the fourth and final stage of a multiyear road widening project along LaGrange Road from 131st to 179th streets that began in June 2013. Although Tinley Park's portion of the project has been completed, the following information is being made available for residents who use the portions of LaGrange Road that fall outside Village limits.

Roadwork on LaGrange Road from 143rd to 159th streets will result in a new traffic pattern beginning Aug. 9, weather permitting. While northbound traffic will remain unchanged, southbound traffic will be placed in the two outside lanes of the southbound permanent pavement. The only movement out of commercial driveways northbound and southbound will be right-turn-only. Median access will be eliminated, except at the signalized intersections at 152nd Street (Orland Park Place), 154th Place and northbound at the Department of Defense. The signalized intersections will be put into lead lag (alternating left turns for northbound and southbound LaGrange Road traffic), as was the case during Stage 2.

On the day of the stage change, drivers should anticipate lane closures northbound and southbound throughout the contract limits to remove old striping, install new markings, move traffic signals and place signs and additional traffic control equipment. Drivers should also anticipate daily lane closures the rest of that week as the contractor prepares for construction of the permanent median.

Further details will become available for the Stage 4 dates that concern roadwork from 131st to 143rd streets. The LaGrange Road widening project is expected to be completed soon. Click here for more information.

80th Avenue Improvement Project
An 80th Avenue roadway improvement study by the Will County Department of Highways is under way to gather information about the existing travel and safety conditions on the road between 183rd and 191st Streets. Proposed improvements include the widening of the road and bridge from two to four lanes as well as drainage and surface improvements.
For further information and to learn how to provide comments for the study, click here.

Water System Improvement Project
The water system infrastructure improvements that Oak Lawn and its engineering firm have been designing are estimated to cost about $171 million and are scheduled to be completed in 2018. The new system will have dual, redundant feeds; more modern and efficient pump stations; and significantly larger capacity. Click here for more information.

Emerald Ash Borer
In response to the thousands of trees lost to the Emerald Ash Borer (EAB) beetle, the Village hired Beary Landscaping, Inc. from Lockport, Ill. to implement a comprehensive tree planting program to provide more than 10,000 trees over the course of three years. Click here for more information