Early Voting for the November 4th Election takes place at:
Melrose Park Village Hall
1000 N. 25th Ave.
Schedule for Early Voting:
The following Melrose Park locations are offering flu shots: Walgreens, Jewel/Osco, Meijer, Target, Costco (members only), and Gottlieb Hospital. While you are there ask the pharmacist if you need a shingles and pneumonia shot. Don’t spread the flu to your family, friends, and co-workers… get your flu shot today!
Leaves must be raked and placed in a 30-gallon container with a Landscape Sticker. Other landscaping, garden waste, or additional leaves must be placed in a container with a sticker or in biodegradable bags.
Leaves are NOT to be dumped or raked on the street or alley. Pick-Up for landscaping waste will be collected by the private waste hauler on the second pick-up of the week.
If you are interested in a tree for your parkway area, we are now compiling a list for Melrose Park’s fall tree planting program.
To request a tree, please call the Public Works Department at (708) 343-5128.
Cold weather is coming so cozy up with neighbors for fun things to do at the Melrose Park Library.
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What to Do In Case of a Power Outage Due to a Flooded Basement
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.
Residents and their dogs are invited to use the dog park from 8AM – 8PM, seven days a week throughout the summer and fall months. Rules and regulations are 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 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.