Village Board Meetings are held at 6 p.m. at the Village Board Meeting Room located on the first floor of the Melrose Park Police Department, 1 N. Broadway Ave., Melrose Park.
Dear Residents, Schools, Hospitals, and Business Owners,
As you may be aware over the past several years the Villages of Bellwood and Melrose Park have been working tirelessly to address the delays and safety concerns with the at grade crossing of 25th Avenue at the Union Pacific Railroad (UPRR)…
85 Super Bowl heroes, Dan Hampton, Otis Wilson, and Steve McMichael along with their band, the Chicago6, will be performing on the Taste of Melrose Park’s main stage, September 5th at 8 P.M.
Early Voting for the April 7th Consolidated Election, which is for village, school, and park district offices, takes place at the:
Melrose Park Village Hall
1000 N. 25th Ave.
March 23rd to April 4th
Valid State ID Must Be Presented
Do you have a birthday, an anniversary, a graduation, a baby shower, a business meeting, or any other event to plan in 2015? Then the Village of Melrose Park may just have the hall rental package to meet your party needs.
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The Village of Melrose Park wants news about events that are occurring in your school, church, youth athletic league, charitable organization, or senior citizen group. We will place your event or news article on the Village website that is seen by nearly 9,000 people a month. Email your press release or flyer or pictures to: email@example.com
HELP Our Fire Department and Our Community
by clearing snow away from Fire Hydrants that are near your property.
Register your child (ages 5-18) for the Greater Chicago Flag Football League. Games are played at Ralph “Babe” Serpico Field, which is next to the Melrose Park Civic Center. League play runs from April 12th to June 7th. Call 877-266-8666 to register or if you have a question.
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Tax returns will be prepared at the following locations:
Melrose Park Public Library
Proviso Township Office
Leyden Township Senior Center
For information or an appointment, call:
(708) 456-0300, Ext. 3895
LETTER TO THE EDITOR - June 25, 2014
Strip club doesn't belong next door to a convent
A lot of noise has surrounded the Catholic Missionary Sisters of St. Charles Borromeo and a Stone Park strip club recently opened next door to their convent. The strip club sits in a neighborhood where young children and families live, where elderly nuns come to retire and young sisters come to deepen their faith. It is not a neighborhood where a strip club belongs.
The streetscape enhancement for the Division Street Gateway will be starting in the spring of 2015. Pictured is a rendering of the project as well as the proposed monument highlighting the naming for Division Street as Honorary John D’Alessandro Way. John was a lifelong Melrose Park resident who suffered an untimely death. Monuments will be installed on the north and south side of Division Street and 25th Avenue.
The West Cook Railroad Relocation and Redevelopment Authority Board, comprised of members from Bellwood, Maywood and Melrose Park, announced construction of a bridge over the Union Pacific Railroad Tracks on 25th Avenue near Lake Street will begin in the summer of 2014.