Village of Stone Park

Village of Stone Park Stone Park is a small western suburb of Chicago. We are a small but mighty village that works toget

Have you seen the fun and colorful additions Public Works added to Mazzulla Park?  This beautiful park is very popular e...
09/20/2023

Have you seen the fun and colorful additions Public Works added to Mazzulla Park? This beautiful park is very popular especially for those that are looking for a little tranquility. Hats off to our Public Works Department on going green and reusing old fire hydrants that otherwise would have tossed into a landfill.

Hope you take a moment to enjoy the park!

Get your requests in early if you want Santa to send your children a letter for Christmas.
09/20/2023

Get your requests in early if you want Santa to send your children a letter for Christmas.

Santa Claus might be coming to town in December, but is ready to start accepting letters right now!

Follow us at USPS Operation Santa for more information on Operation Santa!

09/08/2023

Eskandalozza Banda Viento and Mayor Mazzulla in the house tonight

09/08/2023

Music in the Park with Banda La Eskandaloza

We are excited to announce Banda Eskandalozza will be performing at the final Music in the Park event this year.  What a...
08/29/2023

We are excited to announce Banda Eskandalozza will be performing at the final Music in the Park event this year. What a way to end the summer! Join us on Thursday, September 7th at Mazzulla Park on 37th and Soffel Ave at 6:30pm. This is a free event. Please remember to bring your lawn chairs along with snacks and refreshments.

We had a great time seeing so many excited children ready for the new school year yesterday at our annual Back To School...
08/19/2023

We had a great time seeing so many excited children ready for the new school year yesterday at our annual Back To School event! A big Thank You to Congressman Chuy García State Representative Norma Hernandez and Village of Bellwood and Maria-Elena Agrela from West 40 ISC #2
for joining us!

There is still time to join the list to have a free garage sale this weekend. Call the Village Hall to register.
08/17/2023

There is still time to join the list to have a free garage sale this weekend. Call the Village Hall to register.

School will be starting again soon. It’s a great time to refresh on when you need to stop for a school bus. Simply put, ...
08/14/2023

School will be starting again soon. It’s a great time to refresh on when you need to stop for a school bus. Simply put, the ONLY time a vehicle is NOT required to stop for a school bus with red flashing lights on is when both vehicles are on a 4(+) lane roadway and the bus is stopped in the opposite direction from which the driver is traveling. ANY other time you must stop, even if on private property like a parking lot.

IL Rules of the Road:https://www.ilsos.gov/publications/pdf_publications/dsd_a112.pdf


Exciting day!  Today we commemorated the Addison Creek Reservoir AND kicked off the Addison Creek Channel Improvement Pr...
08/11/2023

Exciting day! Today we commemorated the Addison Creek Reservoir AND kicked off the Addison Creek Channel Improvement Projects today! This has been a long and tough journey over the years as Mayor Mazzulla, Mayors from Bellwood, Northlake, Melrose Park, Broadview and Westchester along with community leaders from local, state and federal level including MWRD and FEMA collectively fought tooth and nail for flood relief for our communities! It's absolutely amazing what this team has accomplished and what is still to come.

Now that the reservoir is complete, we will see more work being done throughout town along the creek to bring even more relief. This portion of the project will continue through 2026. I encourage you to stop by and see the reservoir in Bellwood. It's very impressive! Also, visit MWRD's website for more information on this project.

A big thank you for collaborating with us to President Commissioner Kari K. Steele MWRD Commissioner Patricia Theresa Flynn Spyropoulos Commissioner Daniel Pogorzelski Precious Brady-Davis Congressman Chuy García Speaker Emanuel "Chris" Welch Mayor Katrina Thompson Greg Hribal Village of Melrose Park Village of Westchester Trustee Gia Marie Benline City of Northlake Village of Bellwood Illinois Emergency Management Agency FEMA Federal Emergency Management Agency

08/11/2023
School Supply Drive for Stone Park Residents on Friday, August 18thMayor Mazzulla, Clerk Cassidy-Hatchet, Board of Trust...
08/08/2023

School Supply Drive for Stone Park Residents on Friday, August 18th

Mayor Mazzulla, Clerk Cassidy-Hatchet, Board of Trustees and the whole Stone Park team will be handing out school supplies at this drive up event at our Village Hall. Joining us will also be members of the offices of Congressman Jesus "Chuy" Garcia and State Rep. Norma Hernandez along with West40!

Hope to see you there!

Free trees!  WHAT?  The Metropolitan Water Reclamation District has free oak saplings available.  Complimentary red, pin...
08/04/2023

Free trees! WHAT? The Metropolitan Water Reclamation District has free oak saplings available.

Complimentary red, pin, bur, black or swamp white oak saplings are available at their water reclamation plants on Wednesdays from 9 a.m. to noon. The saplings come in one gallon pots or can be requested as bare roots in bags of 100. These must be planted within a matter of days for premium viability.

If more than 50 potted saplings are desired, delivery is available, or park districts, residents and municipalities can schedule pick ups. Learn more at https://mwrd.org/treesrestore-canopy

08/02/2023

43rd alley resurfacing !

08/01/2023

Finishing our first infrastructure project of the year..

Bravo to Banda Descarga Norteña for a great evening! Great fun for everyone tonight!
07/28/2023

Bravo to Banda Descarga Norteña for a great evening! Great fun for everyone tonight!

07/22/2023

This wants to remind you to apply for your property tax savings!

The exemptions application deadline is Friday, August 4. View eligibility, documents required, and apply online at cookcountyassessor.com

🎥Watch Barbie’s visit to the Cook County Government building: https://www.instagram.com/reel/Cu9zUSLvj4U/?igshid=NTc4MTIwNjQ2YQ==

Prevent Prescription Drug Abuse by properly disposing of unused or expired prescriptions. Residents can safely drop off ...
07/20/2023

Prevent Prescription Drug Abuse by properly disposing of unused or expired prescriptions. Residents can safely drop off over-the-counter drugs in the RX box located in the Police Department lobby. Please remove medications from original containers and put in a plastic bag before dropping off. For safety, any personal information should be blacked out.

Pharmaceutical controlled substances and needles or sharps are not accepted.

Lost dog is waiting for loved ones at the Stone Park Police Department. Although they are a fun group of guys to be arou...
07/13/2023

Lost dog is waiting for loved ones at the Stone Park Police Department. Although they are a fun group of guys to be around this pup would rather be home.

Dog found on the 1400 block of 44th in the trailer park.

Join us for Music in the Park on Thursday, July 27th.  Bring your family, lawn chair and some refreshments and enjoy the...
07/12/2023

Join us for Music in the Park on Thursday, July 27th. Bring your family, lawn chair and some refreshments and enjoy the evening in the park!

DESPLAINES VALLEY MOSQUITO ABATEMENT DISTRICTPRESS RELEASE - July 10, 2023Recent heavy rains combined with warm temperat...
07/10/2023

DESPLAINES VALLEY MOSQUITO ABATEMENT DISTRICT
PRESS RELEASE - July 10, 2023

Recent heavy rains combined with warm temperatures will result in a major hatch of the Aedes vexans floodwater mosquito. This mosquito is not involved in disease transmission, however is an extremely aggressive biter. This mosquito is migratory by nature, with a flight range of well over 10 miles! Although District operations addressed mosquito production in our area, residents can expect a noticeable increase in adult mosquito annoyance within the next week due to adult mosquito migration.

While nuisance mosquitoes will be the predominant species present, residents are cautioned that the mosquito species involved in West Nile Virus (WNV) transmission is also present in our area. This species is not an aggressive biter with limited flight range, however must not be forgotten. Positive adult mosquito samples for WNV have been found within the District this season. While this is not unusual for this time of year, it does indicate that WNV amplification is increasing and residents need to use precautionary measures.

Residents are encouraged to use a common-sense approach in avoiding exposure to adult mosquitoes and any potential mosquito-borne diseases. Window screens should be inspected and repaired if damaged to prevent mosquitoes from entering the home. In addition, any openings around window air conditioners, clothes dryer vents, etc. should be eliminated for the same reason. If possible, avoid outdoor activities around dusk. If not possible, wear shoes, socks, long pants and a long-sleeved shirt. Loose-fitting, light-colored clothing is best. Appropriate use of insect repellents per manufacturer’s instructions is recommended.

Residents should look for potential mosquito breeding sources around the home and take the following simple steps:

1) Throw away all trash that can hold water as cans, jars, bottles, etc.
2) Clean rain gutters/downspouts to prevent water from standing in gutters or on flat roofs.
3) Change water in bird baths, wading pools, etc. at least once a week.
4) Maintain swimming pools properly.
5) Remove or turn over containers, buckets, wheel barrows, etc. which may accumulate water.
6) Screen rain barrels to prevent adult mosquitoes from depositing eggs on the water’s surface.
7) Aerate ornamental ponds and stock with goldfish or other surface-feeding fish to control
mosquito production.
8) Dispose of any used tires without rims to prevent water accumulation.

For additional information, please visit the District’s website at www.dvmad.org

07/10/2023

2023 construction projects

Have you looked to see if the state has any of your unclaimed funds?
07/10/2023

Have you looked to see if the state has any of your unclaimed funds?

My office returned more than $16 million in unclaimed property to Illinoisans during the month of June. We have returned a record $1.6 billion since first taking office.

Check icash.illinoistreasurer.gov to see if the treasurer’s office is holding money for you.

07/10/2023
Construction will begin throughout town which means there will be a lot of activity over the next few months.  There wil...
07/07/2023

Construction will begin throughout town which means there will be a lot of activity over the next few months. There will be no parking in construction areas Monday - Friday from 7am to 5pm. It is imperative that you move your vehicle from your driveway before 7am if needed. PLEASE plan accordingly.

Be informed! Water will be shut off periodically during construction. We communicate these updates through our community alert system called CTY. If you are not receiving our alerts via phone and email, please email us at [email protected] with your name, address, phone number and email address with “CTY Alerts” in the subject field.

Pardon our dust! We understand construction is an inconvenience and a nuisance but necessary.

These projects are funded with a DCEO grant secured by Mayor Mazzulla. Projects are:

Watermain and Street Rehabilition on:

- 1800 block of 37th Avenue
- 1800 block of 38th Avenue
- 1600 and 1800 block of 39th Avenue

This project will take approximately 2 months to complete.

Street Resurfacing:

- 1800 block of 33rd Avenue
- 1700 and 1800 block of 34th Avenue
- 1700 and 1800 block of 35th Avenue
- Alley between 43rd and Mannheim Road from Division St. to Soffel Avenue

This project will take approximately 3-4 weeks to complete.

Note: Project timeframe may be extended based on weather, material delays, or other factors that are out of our control.

07/06/2023
Mayor Mazzulla, Clerk Cassidy-Hatchet and Board Trustees with you a Happy and Safe 4th of July.  Village offices are clo...
07/03/2023

Mayor Mazzulla, Clerk Cassidy-Hatchet and Board Trustees with you a Happy and Safe 4th of July. Village offices are closed on July 4th but will resume on Wednesday, July 5th. As always, please dial 911 for emergencies.

Happy Independence Day to you and your family!

"No matter who you are or what you look like, how you started off, or how and who you love, America is a place where you can write your own destiny." — Barack Obama

Congratulations are in order! Our Fire and Police Commissioners administered the Oath of Office to Officer Conley and Of...
06/30/2023

Congratulations are in order! Our Fire and Police Commissioners administered the Oath of Office to Officer Conley and Officer Bajrami at our June 27, 2023 board meeting.

Please remember any and all illegal fireworks being blown off in the streets, alleys or sidewalks will be taken away and...
06/29/2023

Please remember any and all illegal fireworks being blown off in the streets, alleys or sidewalks will be taken away and the resident will receive a ticket.

Clarification - Small fireworks that are purchased from a retailer in Illinois are considered LEGAL fireworks. This is the same for ALL municipalities in the state of Illinois - not just Stone Park.

IF you had to leave the state of Illinois to purchase fireworks - then those fireworks are illegal in the state of Illinois and all municipalities in the state of Illinois (to reiterate). This is a state law.

Please join us in welcoming Walter A. Robles as our newest member of the Zoning and Fair Housing Board! Clerk Cassidy-Ha...
06/29/2023

Please join us in welcoming Walter A. Robles as our newest member of the Zoning and Fair Housing Board! Clerk Cassidy-Hatchet administered the oath of office at the June 27th board meeting.

Congratulations to Walter!

In observance of the New Year holiday, the Village Hall will be closed on Friday, December 30, 2022 and Monday, January ...
12/29/2022

In observance of the New Year holiday, the Village Hall will be closed on Friday, December 30, 2022 and Monday, January 2, 2023. We will return to the office on Tuesday, January 3rd at 9am.

Please call 911 for all emergencies.

Important new fire alarm safety law begins on January 1, 2023.  Smoke alarms installed within a single or multi-family h...
12/29/2022

Important new fire alarm safety law begins on January 1, 2023. Smoke alarms installed within a single or multi-family
home is required to be an alarm that features a 10-year sealed battery.

https://www.ifsa.org/smoke-alarm-law

Congratulations to Commander Ricardo Sarabia on his promotion!
12/28/2022

Congratulations to Commander Ricardo Sarabia on his promotion!

Reminder - IDOT is responsible for snow removal & maintenance of all Illinois Highways including Lake St., North Avenue ...
12/24/2022

Reminder - IDOT is responsible for snow removal & maintenance of all Illinois Highways including Lake St., North Avenue & Mannheim Road.

All inquiries should be directed to IDOT directly to avoid delays in responses.

Anyone, 5 years of age and older, is eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. Find your nearest vaccination location at vaccines.gov.

Village office is closed Friday, December 23rd and Monday, December 26th for the holidays. Call 911 with emergencies
12/23/2022

Village office is closed Friday, December 23rd and Monday, December 26th for the holidays.

Call 911 with emergencies

12/23/2022

Our Public Works Department is out plowing along with Mayor Mazzulla & Trustee Nazario García to make our commutes a little easier. Please remember to move your cars to clear sections on the street once the plow passes.

Stay safe & help each other during this cold time period.

The cold temperatures are here. It is important to take precautions to avoid freezing pipes in your home.  Know where yo...
12/22/2022

The cold temperatures are here. It is important to take precautions to avoid freezing pipes in your home.

Know where your water meter is and how to turn of water from the main. If your pipes freeze or burst you’ll need to know how to turn water off to your home.

If your water meter is inside a wall or cabinet you may want to expose it so warmer air helps keep it from freezing.

Keeping a small trickle of water running will also help eliminate the pipes from freezing. A slightly higher water bill is better than the high expenses and clean up of pipes bursting inside your home.

Plan ahead to avoid costly repairs.

Garbage Container Reminders for Upcoming Snow
12/20/2022

Garbage Container Reminders for Upcoming Snow

Address

1825 N 32nd Avenue
Stone Park, IL
60165

Opening Hours

Monday 9am - 5pm
Tuesday 9am - 5pm
Wednesday 9am - 5pm
Thursday 9am - 5pm
Friday 9am - 5pm

Telephone

(708) 345-5550

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