Midnight Monday is the deadline to purchase a vehicle sticker without penalty. Every vehicle owned by an Oak Park resident must display a valid sticker or risk a $50 ticket. Residents who renew online at www.oak-park.us/onlineservices can save 10 percent
The new Oak Park Village Board of Trustees gets down to the business of governing, with lots of near-term issues impacting local business on the agenda. First up: zoning laws in Transit-Related Retail Overlay Districts (say what?!?)
Oak Parkers who have taken the community's first annual summer outdoor sculpture walk can vote on their favorite work via an online survey. The Public Art Advisory Commission, which organized the walk, is considering recommending that the Village Board purchase one of the walk's 12 pieces for permanent display in the community.
The Oak Park Conservatory offers a variety of workshops and seminars during the fall including composting, houseplants for beginners, flower arranging and preparing a garden for winter. Visit www.oakparkparks.com for more information.
Property owners and managers, contractors, design professionals and the general public are invited to review and comment on proposed changes to building and property codes that likely will be considered by the Village Board prior to the end of the year.
The overnight parking ban will not be enforced on most Oak Park residential streets over the Labor Day weekend. Overnight restrictions will be lifted at 2:30 a.m., Sat., Sept. 1, and resume at 2:30 a.m., Wed., Sept. 5.
McAdam Landscaping in Forest Park seeks a full-time individual for accounts receivable/billing position. Minimum two years experience required, with solid clerical/accounting knowledge. Complex problem-solving skills and ability to be a positive,...