- How do I contact the Tinley Park Police Department? For emergencies, call 911. For non-emergencies, call (708) 532-9111.
- How do I pay my utility bill?
- How do I let the police department know about overnight parking?
- How do I sign up for the Village's Community Email newsletter?
- How to I follow the Village of Tinley Park on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter?
- How do I sign up for CodeRED?
- How do I apply for a dog license?
- How to I buy a parking permit?
- How do I apply for a business license?
- What are my voting options in Tinley Park?
- Where do I find more information on child safety seat inspections?
- How do I find out more about appealing my property taxes?
If you have a business in Tinley Park, make sure you have the required . Business licenses are issued on a calendar-year basis and must be renewed by Jan. 31 of each year.
Make sure you get a license for your canine companion! are available for $3 at Village Hall and are valid from Jan. 1 to Dec. 31.
Get your for the Oak Park Avenue train station commuter lot. Permits are issued on a first-come, first-served basis.
right at Village Hall! Remember to bring two pieces of identification. Neither needs to be a photo ID, but one must include your current address.
The Health and Consumer Protection Division is responsible for providing regulatory inspections and enforcement of all ordinances, rules and regulations of the Village of Tinley Park as related to consumer protection and public health.
The Tinley Park Planning Department utilizes a variety of forms and documents.
Whether you’ve just built a new home or moved into an older home, the day may come when you desire to add to or improve your property. When you do, you'll want to be armed with information on .
The Village’s seeks to transform Tinley Park into an Illinois music mecca through the enhancement of its existing assets, such as the Hollywood Casino Amphitheater and its award-winning school bands, and through the addition of several new features such as a new downtown plaza and a dedicated indoor music facility.
Subscribe to the Village’s Community Email and begin receiving weekly emails containing the latest news about Tinley Park, as well as updates on construction projects, information on special events and more.
Follow the Village on Twitter. Instagram or Facebook.
Whatever the season, there's always something to do in Tinley Park. The Village and participating sponsors host an annual series of popular, family-friendly that are enjoyed by residents and visitors alike.
Child passenger safety technicians are available to check child safety seats for Tinley Park residents only to verify that they are properly installed. Inspections are by appointment only and can be made by calling (708) 444-5326.
Please keep in mind that it is against Village ordinance to conduct any building operations (construction, repair, reconstruction or maintenance) or property maintenance work (such as landscaping and landscaping maintenance work) which involves loud equipment from 10 p.m. to 7 a.m. within 300 feet of residences. See Section 98.02 (M) for more information.
Remember to take your car off the street from 2 to 5 a.m., as street parking is prohibited during those times. Residents can request certain exceptions by calling (708) 532-9111.
Radar Loan Program
The Tinley Park Police Department offers a that allows residents to borrow a professional radar device in order to identify potential speeding issues in their neighborhood.
The Public Works Department begins snow removal after an accumulation of one inch of snow. Visit the page for more information, including a jurisdictional map of which streets are plowed by the various governmental agencies.
The Public Works Department conducts from April to September; sidewalk replacements and mudjacking from May to October; street sweeping from late March to early November; and trimming, removing and planting trees from late fall to early spring.
can be paid at Village Hall, 16250 S. Oak Park Ave., Tinley Park, or online. Tinley Park is on a quarterly billing system. Residents receive a water bill every three months, and the net amount is due within 25 days (20 days for billing dates prior to April 1, 2016).
Secretary of State Express Service Office
Garbage and Recycling
Garbage removal and curbside recycling service for all single-family homes is contracted to Nuway/Tinley Park Disposal through the Village. Contact Nuway/Tinley Park Disposal at (708) 532-8787 with questions. Multi-family housing developments are privately contracted.
Home Energy Assessment
ComEd customers have opportunities to reduce energy usage with a free Home Energy Assessment that includes free and discounted products for their homes.
Businesses and private nonprofit organizations of any size that were affected by the severe storms and flooding from Feb. 14 through March 4, 2018 may borrow as much as $2 million to repair or replace disaster-damaged or destroyed real estate, machinery and equipment, inventory and other business assets. Applicants may apply online using the Electronic Loan Application (ELA) via the U.S. Small Business Administration’s secure website at DisasterLoan.sba.gov.
Utilities and Cable Service
Contact the below service providers for more information.
- ComEd: (800) 334-7661
- NuWay Disposal: (708) 532-8787
- Nicor: (888) 642-6748
- Comcast: (866) 594-1234
- AT&T: (800) 331-0500
- Frontier Internet: FrontierInternet.com
- Direct TV: www.directvdeals.com
The Tinley Park Chamber of Commerce is committed to bringing innovative opportunities to business and community to create a strong economy.
CEDA’s Scholarship Program offers financial aid ranging from $500 to $3,000 for income-eligible residents of suburban Cook County who demonstrate academic achievement, career potential and educational motivation. Learn more on the CEDA website.
Outdoor Nature Amenities
Tinley Park residents have access to beautiful nature and exciting amenities, such as Orland Grassland and George Dunne National Golf Course, thanks to the Forest Preserves of Cook County. Orland Grassland Land and Water Reserve, to the Village’s west, provides opportunities to bird and hike, bike or run the 10 miles of paved and unpaved trails in the preserve that has been designated as one of the highest quality natural areas in Illinois. To the east is the Bartel Grassland and Bobolink Meadow Land and Water Reserves in which residents can witness restoration efforts in their own backyard. Both preserves are designated as high-quality natural areas. The nearby George W. Dunne National Golf Course is recognized by Golf Digest as one of the top public courses. This 18-hole course offers the unique features of bent grass fairways and greens. To the Village’s northeast is the Tinley Creek Trail System of more than 21 miles of paved and unpaved trails that run through several preserves, such as St. Mihiel Woods-East. Learn more about the preserves, activities and amenities at fpdcc.com.