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Santa will make a festive arrival and pose for photos with children. Music will be provided by District 84 elementary school students and our Village Trustees will serve refreshments.
Join the fun and celebrate the season with your family and neighbors. Download the event flyer. Add some sparkle and let your creativity flow! There are no rules other than to demonstrate your festive spirit. There is no need to apply either; our judges will begin driving through town after December 1 to select winners.
Those selected as the best decorated home for the holidays will be recognized at a Board meeting and will receive a prize. Seating is limited and pre-payment is required.
Call or email to chamberbyohare. Download the flyer here A drop-off box is located at Village Hall throughout the holiday season. Thank you for helping those in need during the Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays!
The grant will fund a significant portion of the safety improvements needed at the pedestrian crossing at the Calwagner and 25th Street grade crossings and the Metra Station.
Next, we will be working with Metra to design and construct the safety improvements. The Village will make street improvements including installing a median barrier at 25th and Ruby.
Staff can also help you to understand your medical bills, with prescription assistance, to get license plate discounts and free train and bus passes! Also free Energy Kits are available for qualified low income residents. Kits include a 7 plug Advance power strip, LED lightbulbs, energy efficient shower heads, and nightlights.
Bring your Social Security award letter and paycheck stubs that show the amount of income you receive. Can it really be getting close to holiday time already?
It seems like the kids just went back to school and now we are getting ready for holiday festivities. Fall gives us the opportunity to clean up our yards and nourish our lawns before the snow falls.
One of the best ways to do that is to simply mow over the fallen leaves and allow them to stay on the ground and feed the grass over the winter. You can also mulch leaves and scatter them onto vegetable gardens and flower beds.
Not only do you avoid the work of raking and bagging leaves, you are also choosing a sustainable and cost-effective method of cleaning up your yard. You save by not purchasing bags and the Village saves on the cost to haul leaves away!
If you prefer that the Village pick up your leaves, you must put them in the brown biodegradable bags available at local grocery and hardware stores.
Place the brown bags near your trash and recycling containers. Leaves will NOT be picked up if they are in plastic bags, put in the street, or deposited in the garbage or recycling bins. Most importantly, do NOT sweep or blow your leaves in to the street. That is a violation of Village Ordinance and can result in a citation.Apply for the CAS Trust Scholarship Program.
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Franklin Park's Winter fest will feature the lighting of the Village's Christmas tree in Hammill Square on Thursday, November 29 at 6 PM. Santa will make a festive arrival and pose for photos with children.