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Temporary Meeting Schedule

City Council and Committee meetings will be temporarily held at the Palos Heights Recreation Center starting June 27 while the Council Room is being remodeled. Meetings will be held on their scheduled dates and times. City Council meetings will be held in the Orchard Room and Committee meetings will be held in Rooms 104 and 106. See attached f...read more »

Minimum Wage & Sick Leave

Attention Business Owners: The City of Palos Heights adopted an ordinance opting-out of Cook County's ordinances regarding minimum wage and Paid Sick Leave.  Businesses in Palos Heights shall comply with all applicable Federal and State laws and regulations. The City's ordinance is attached, ...read more »

Volunteers Needed

Volunteers Needed for the Palos Heights Public Arts Commission and Beautification Committee. Are you looking for an opportunity to get involved with the City or to help out at city events?  Click on the attached file for details or call Pat Sheppard at 708-480-3003. ...read more »

New Rental and Vacant Properties Ordinances

Effective Novemebr 1, 2016, the City of Palos Heights adopted the Rental Property Ordinance (O-28-16) and the Vacant Properties Ordinance (O-29-16). All rental and vacant properties must be registered with the city. For questions or concerns, please contact the Palos Heights Building Department at 708-361-1804. ...read more »

Welcome to the new Palos Heights website

  Welcome to the City of Palos Heights’ new website! We are pleased to present a new improved site with state-of the art technology which allows the site to work on desktops, laptops, tablets and mobile devices. It has the ability to quickly search for events, announcements, community news, and special business offers, as well ...read more »

Trick or Teat Hours

The City of Palos Heights' offical Trick-or-Treat hours for Halloween (October 31, 2016) will be from 2pm - 7pm. Happy Halloween! ...read more »

Early Voting

Early Voting will be held in Suburban Cook County October 24 through November 7. Click the link below for a list of nearby locations and hours. Early_Voting_Sites_2016.pdf    To Vote by Mail, click below for an application or fill the application out online at www.cookcountyclerk.com/elections. Mail_in_Ballo...read more »

National Drug Take Back Day

National Drug Take Back Day, Oct. 22, 10 am - 2 pm at the Palos Heights Police Department, 7607 W. College Drive (2 story building). Please call the Police Department for details at 708-448-5060  ...read more »

Fall 2016 Newsletter

Our 2016 Fall Newsletter is here! Get all the latest information about upcoming events, news, and information for the Fall season. Download the Fall Newsletter by clicking on the link below. Fall News Letter download ...read more »

Summer Newsletter

The City of Palos Heights Summer Newsletter is now available online! Learn about all of the great events in town throughout the Summer. Simply click the link below to download the newsletter! Have a safe and happy Summer! ...read more »

Community Development News

The City of Palos Heights, Community Development Department wants to make sure you enjoy all that summer has to offer in Palos Heights! The city offers a wonderful array of shopping and dining options. For example, you can beat the heat this summer and order something cool at one of three different places: Diane’s, Forever Yogurt and Booza. A...read more »

Parks and Recreation Update

Progress continues with the construction of the new addition to the Recreation Center. The roof system has been installed. Interior walls, elevated track and fitness center mezzanine concrete was completed, as well as installation of the underground plumbing. In March and April, the elevator, heating and air conditioning systems, sprinkler and plum...read more »

Recreation Center Progress

The addition and renovation project officially broke ground on September 1, 2015 with representatives of the City of Palos Heights, Community Members, Williams Architects, and Gilbane Building Company. If you caught the footage on the news or in the newspaper, you were able to hear compelling words from Mayor Straz and other City Officials on how m...read more »