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Orland Hills Official Website

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OHRecreation.org Launched

OHRecreation.org Launched

Checkout ohrecreation.org!

The Orland Hills Recreation Department launched a new website this summer.  Visit www.ohrecreation.org to see the new site.

Orland Hills Walking Trails

Orland Hills Walking Trails

Veterans Bridge is part of one of the many local trails in and around Orland Hills.

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The Forest Preserves of Cook County invites residents from Orland Hills and across the county to celebrate the district's 100th Anniversary in September.  A week-long Centennial Celebration, 100 Years/100 Events kicks off Sunday, September 20th and continues daily through Sunday, September 27th.  Most Cook County residents are a short car ride away from the beauty, programs and special features of a nearby preserve.  The Centennial Celebration is a great time to explore the preserves.  If you're a frequent visitor, consider trying a new location;  if you've never ventured into the wilderness of Cook County, pick a spot close to home to get to know well.  Activities are planned for all ages and, virtually, all interests.

Canoeing and kayaking, archery, nature hikes and bird watching line the agenda, along with self-directed activities such as bike riding.  Most significant of all the events is the week's grand finale - once in a lifetime chance to be a part of the county's largest tree-hug.  Join hundreds in grabbing other's hands to wrap yourself around one of the beautiful trees at Caldwell Woods.

For more detailed information, and to find an event closest to you, go to www.fpdcc.com/100 events




Preschool screenings will be conducted by Kirby School District 140 on September 18, 2015.  The screening is for all children between the ages of three and five, who are not enrolled in kindergarten.  Children must be three years old by the day of screening, and must be residents of District 140 or attending a parochial school within Kirby School District 140 boundaries to be eligible for screening.

Children will be screened in the areas of speech and language, fine and gross motor development, and concept information.  Vision and hearing will also be checked at this time.  The screening is an opening for parents to see how their child is progressing in various areas of development.  Appointments may be made by calling the Department of Special Services at 708-342-5525.  Contact Jill Wojack at Special Services if you have any questions.




Some residents received some phone calls from people presenting themselves as ComEd Employees and offering refunds and discounts.  We believe this is a scam so PLEASE DO NOT give any personal information!!



Hello Residents,

It is that time of year for vehicle stickers.  Please come to the Village Hall located 16033 S. 94th Avenue and bring your cards that you received in the mail.  Cars are still $15.00 and Trucks are $25.00.  Please display by July 15th or late fees will apply!!

Extended office hours -  Saturday, July 11th from 8am until noon, Monday, July 13th from 8am until 7pm, Tuesday, July 14th from 8am until 7pm and Wednesday, July 15th from 8am until 7pm.

Thank You!!



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