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PALOS PARK WEEKLY | OCTOBER 1, 2021
Thank you to the Beautification Committee for fall planters like this one on 123rd, and
to Plush Horse for keeping it watered. It sure does take a Village!
The next Chipper Service is October 4
 
The Chipper Truck will start on Monday, October 4 at the EAST side of the Village and will continue west until all the public streets have been serviced. Please do not place branches at the street until the weekend before October 4th. Branches should be placed out by 7:00 a.m. on October 4th. Once the chipper services your street the chipper will not return until the next chipping date. Please see the complete list of dates and the regulations on the Village Website.
 
Landscape Companies hired to remove trees or trim bushes should also remove the cut branches. The Chipper Service is for homeowners cutting on their own trees and bushes. There is a size limit for branches a 4 feet x 10 feet pile or 20 minutes of chipping at one address. 
 

Wood Chips Available

Wood chips are available through the chipping program. Call 708-671-3721 to receive up to two loads (8 yards each) of wood chips during the remaining chipping weeks. 

When the truck is full you will be called to receive the load of wood chips. Leave your name, address, a phone number where you can be reached, and if you would like one or two loads of chips.  

In an effort to provide a creative outlet for Palos Park children, The Palos Park Police Department is hosting an on-going coloring contest open to all children ages 12 and under who live in Palos Park. Prizes will be awarded and pictures will also appear in upcoming PPPD social media posts.

Coloring pages can be found here or on the Palos Park Police Facebook page. Drop your completed pages at the front desk of the Police Department.

Thank you to those who have already submitted entries!
Autumn in the Park Festival Donations

Over the past couple of years, tip jars have been available at Autumn in the Park for any festival guests interested in leaving a donation. These funds have been sent to PAWS Animal Shelter, and this year festival guests were especially generous. The Village of Palos Park was pleased to send over $800 in generous donations from festival attendees. It is our pleasure to support PAWS and their efforts to care for animals and place them in loving homes. Thank you to everyone who was able to contribute.
REAL ID goes into effect on May 3, 2023

For Illinois residents who fly domestically, the federal government has extended the deadline to May 3, 2023 that will require you to use a valid U.S. Passport or obtain a REAL ID from the Illinois Secretary of State's Office. Take time to know your options. For information on other types of identification accepted by TSA, please visit the TSA website.

To see what documents you need to apply for a REAL ID, visit the REAL ID Interactive Checklist. Come prepared and be patient when visiting a Driver Services Facility.

All Driver Services facilities are issuing REAL IDs, with the exception of mobile units and express facilities (Diversey, Lockport, Orland Township, Rockford Auburn St. and Roscoe). To find the nearest facility, visit Facility Finder.

Shop Local in The Park

Palos Park has a variety of local restaurants and fast food establishments for your dining pleasure, whether you are in the mood for American, Chinese, Italian, Thai, or seafood. Many of the restaurants offer delivery and carry out services, as well as great casual dining.

For a full listing of all Palos Park Businesses, visit our website.
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