If you are not sure which of the following precincts is your polling location, then call 708 343-4000 and ask for the Clerk’s Office or paste into your web browser at: www.cookcountyclerk.com/elections/voterprofile/Pages/default.aspx
Leyden Precinct 21 at
CALVARY DEAF ASSEMBLY – LIGHTHOUSE OF HOPE – 1719 W NORTH AVE
Proviso Precincts 10 and 11 at
MELROSE PARK SCHOOL – 1715 W LAKE ST
Proviso Precinct 12 at
BULGER PARK HALL – 1601 HIRSCH ST
Proviso Precinct 14 at
OUR LADY OF MOUNT CARMEL SCHOOL – 1114 N 22ND AVE
Proviso Precinct 15 at
SHARP MEMORIAL PARK DISTRICT – 1609 N 36TH AVE
Proviso Precinct 87 at
STEVENSON SCHOOL – 1630 N 20TH AVE
Proviso Precinct 95 at
VICTORY CENTRE – 1800 RIVERWOODS DR
Proviso Precincts 98 and 100 at
JANE ADDAMS SCHOOL – 910 DIVISION ST
It’s not unusual to find several generations of families living within blocks of each other in this tight-knit blue-collar western suburb. Melrose Park used to have a rough-and-tumble reputation, but today crime rates are actually lower than in tonier nearby suburbs, like Oak Park. “People all know each other here,” says Mike Coco, a resident who grew up in the area. “Everyone says hello.” A two bedroom brick ranch house goes for about $185,000.
We are asking volunteers to arrive at 8:30 am behind Meijer’s Store in Winston Plaza to receive instructions and gloves. We will have refreshments to begin your morning. All clean-up activities will end at 12:00 noon followed by a luncheon under the concession stand shelter at Bulger Park, 17th Avenue & Hirsch Street, Melrose Park. Rain date is Saturday, April 15, 2017
All residents are invited to use the facility during hours of operation from 8 a.m.-8 p.m., seven days a week throughout the spring and fall months. Rules and regulations have been posted at the site and individuals must obtain a permit from the village of Melrose Park to utilize the park.
For additional information, please call the village of Melrose Park at (708) 343-4000.
The Village of Melrose Park Dial a Ride Program was initiated in 2000 to provide residents of our community with a new transportation resource to any location in the Melrose Park boundaries. Residents are encouraged to use the program to do their everyday needs such as grocery shopping, doctor appointments, etc. We are also handicapped accessible.
This service is available to Melrose Park residents Monday thru Friday from 8:15 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. To make a reservation, please call (708) 343-7047. You can make appointments from the hours of 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday thru Friday. We are closed on Saturdays and Sundays and all major holidays. To book an appointment or make a cancellation, you must call at least 24 hours in advance. Read more Use Melrose Park’s Dial A Ride Program
Mayor Serpico announced the village of Melrose Park will again offer the popular free Residential Painting Program for those who need light paint work around their homes such as fences garage doors, railings, etc. To qualify: a) Must be 65 and over b) and own a single family home in Melrose Park
This program will not do any interior painting or any interior or exterior carpentry work.
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