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The best thing you can do to help others is also the best thing you can also do to help yourself: stay at home. How you also can help the community while at home is by taking a few minutes to be counted in this year’s census. There is likely to be some longer term economic fallout as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. Thus, it may be more important now than ever to ensure that your household is counted so that our community is sure to receive as many dollars as we qualify for from the federal government over the next decade.To complete the census now, visit https://my2020census.gov/ .
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Yes. Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the deadline to purchase vehicles sticker and animal licenses has been extended to June 30.
Residents needing to make water bill payment should do so in one of the following ways:
• In person - Face masks are required at Village Hall for in-person payments
• Online here (*you will need your account number)
• By phone 833-230-2598 (*you will need your account number)
• Or by utilizing the drop-box located outside of the south doors of Village Hall
* If you need your account number, please call Village Hall and leave a message including your name and address, or email firstname.lastname@example.org with your name and address, and staff will look up your account number and contact you with the information.
Yes. Village Hall re-opened on June 1 after being closed for nearly three months due to the coronavirus. Face masks are required for all patrons at Village Hall.
To purchase your vehicle sticker or animal license, you may select any of the following options:
Residents may purchase yard waste stickers at the Park Forest Currency Exchange, 98 S. Orchard Drive.
Yes. All previously scheduled programs and events sponsored by the Village of Park Forest are cancelled until further notice. The Department of Recreation, Parks, and Community Health is working towards organizing online programs and activities as well as planning for the resumption of “in-person” programs when people can assemble in groups again. Please continue to watch the Village’s website for updates for announcements and information on programs offerings.
Park Forest food service businesses are providing delivery and curbside service during the stay-at-home order. A complete list of Park Forest businesses currently open is located here. Please note that the list is updated twice a week.For more on Park Forest businesses, you can also visit the Park Forest Businesses Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/ParkForestILBusinesses/.
Monday night Village board meeting are continuing to be held during the stay-at-home order. Meetings are conducted via conference call. Board meeting start times have temporarily been moved up from 7 p.m. to 6 p.m.Residents wishing to make a comment during the meeting can submit those comments by emailing email@example.com before 3 p.m. on the day of the meeting. Public comments will be read during the meeting. A record of all action, if any, taken during the meeting will be made available upon request.To view upcoming meeting dates, visit the Village’s calendar here: http://villageofparkforest.com/calendar.aspx The agenda for Monday meetings is posted no later than the prior Friday. To view board meeting agendas visit http://villageofparkforest.com/AgendaCenter Please note that upcoming Saturday Morning Rules Meetings have temporarily been cancelled.
To purchase an animal license, you may select any of the following options:
In person: Face masks are required at Village Hall for in-person payments.
The Village of Park Forest has compiled a listing of coronavirus related information and websites here https://www.villageofparkforest.com/covid19