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Village flags at half staff

All Village flags will be lowered to half-staff through sunset on Saturday, Jan. 25 in remembrance of SPC Miguel Angel Villalon, U.S. Army.

Veterans Banner Program available

The Village of Tinley Park's Veterans Commission recently announced its brand-new Veterans Banner Program.


News delivery system live at Village Hall

The Village recently installed an electronic news delivery system inside both front lobbies at Village Hall.


Brown named Asst. Finance Director

The Village Board recently appointed Andrew Brown as Assistant Finance Director.


Plan Commission seeks volunteers

The Tinley Park Plan Commission is looking for residents who want to have a hand in developing the community.


Volunteers needed for Fire Corps

The Fire Department is seeking members for the Fire Corps, a volunteer group that assists staff in delivering fire and life safety messages to residents.


Will County hazard survey

Will County is updating its county-wide All Hazard Mitigation Plan and has created a Hazard Mitigation Public Survey to solicit feedback. 


Cannabis survey due Saturday

The deadline is Saturday, Jan. 25 to take a survey to help the Village determine if it should allow or prohibit the sale of recreational adult-use cannabis within its jurisdiction.


Village seeks 'Benches' artists

The Village will host its annual Benches on the Avenue public art program next year in Downtown Tinley and is looking for local artists to participate.


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 but the area was settled primarily by emigrants from the Eastern United States, Germany, Ireland, England, Scotland and Canada beginning as early as the 1830s. As the country's railroad empire was growing, the Village of Bremen was located on the Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific Railroad lines in 1853. 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