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Waste Hauler Contract

ATTENTION RESIDENTS: The City of Palos Heghts recently engaged in the process of Request for Proposals (RFP) for the City's waste hauling services. Although there appeared to be much interest, only 2 proposals were received. After careful review of the proposals and keeping the resident's best interest in mind, the City Council more »

ComEd Notices

ATTENTION PALOS HEIGHTS RESIDENTS In 2012, the City adopted an ordinance to allow for the aggregation of electric load in order to negotiate lower electric rates for its residents along with other municipalities. At the time, ComEd’s rates were very high in comparison with other electric providers. On average, residents who had “ more »

2017-18 Vehicle Stickers

Vehicle License Renewal Forms were mailed on May 22.  Please wait until you receive this form before purchasing your sticker(s).  Check the renewal form for accurate information.  If there are any changes, simply cross out the old information and write in the correct information. Payment Options: You can mail in your renewal form more »

Lake Arrowhead Project Update

Attention Palos Meadows Residents: Attached please find an updated report from the Director of Public Works in regards to the Lake Arrowhead Flood Relief Project. more »

2017 Recycling Service Calendar

The 2017 Recycling Service Calendar is attached in pdf format. Magnets will be available at City Hall the 2nd week of January. more »

Recycling Information

The City receives many inquiries from residents on how and/or where they can dispose of certain items, such as CFL bulbs, batteries, oil-based paint, etc. Our staff always tries to help residents find a disposal site and we would like to share a Recycling Center Directory website we have found to be extremely useful and easy to use: more »

11th Annual Palos Heights Pet Parade

Saturday, October 1st 11am - 1pm at Passarelli Park No Registration Necessary.   Dress your pet in their finest to show them off during the parade! We will be collecting Dog/Cat Food for local shelters your contributions are greatly appreciated. We will be selling t-shirts and having raffles for great prizes! more »

Things You Should Know

Animal License: Pursuant to a city ordinance you must register your dog. Registration is renewable once a year and costs $5.00 per dog or cat. A rabies certification card is required. Download form here.   Block Party Request – Permit required. Download form here.   Business Licenses: Yearly payment for Palos Heights more »

Roads and Construction Update

2016 Road Resurfacing Program: The Roads and Construction Committee will continue with the road resurfacing program. The program is expected to begin in mid May. The list of streets being repaired and/or repaved will be posted on the city’s website. The residents affected by the resurfacing program will be notified prior to construction. & more »

Sprinkling Ordinance

During the months of May, June, July, August, and September, water may only be used for sprinkling gardens or lawns between the hours of 7:00 a.m. and 10:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m. and 10:00 p.m., on even-numbered days of the calendar month on premises bearing even numbered street numbers, and on odd numbered days of the calendar month on premises more »

Call JULIE Before DIgging

J.U.L.I.E. is a free service for residents or businesses excavating on their property. Before digging everyone must call J.U.L.I.E. (Joint Utility Locating Information for Excavators) at 1-800-892-0123 to have all utilities located on your property. This service notifies Ameritech, Commonwealth Edison, Nicor Gas, Comcast, High Pressure Gas, and more »

Water Meter Maintenance

Resident may receive a notice about their water meter in need of repair. It is essential that you call to schedule this repair. We utilize a radio frequency system to read the meter and the battery in your home requires periodic replacement. The meter reading technology we utilize is one way the City strives to control distribution costs. Please more »

50/50 Tree Planting Program

50/50 Tree Planting Program The City is accepting applications for the 2016 tree planting program. This is a 50/50 cost split between the homeowner and the City of Palos Heights. The trees have to be located on the City's right-of-way adjacent to the street. The trees will be 1-1/2" caliper and will be planted and mulched by the more »

Branch Chipper Service

The branch chipper service will be in operation from April 4, 2016 and continue until October 26,2016.  If you have branches you need picked up place them in the parkway in front of your house with the stub end facing the street and Public Works personnel will collect them.  Small branches can be placed into yard waste cans or bags to be more »