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Village of Orland Park Junior High Students Invited to Participate in Student Government Day 2017
The Village of Orland Park invites village residents in sixth, seventh and eighth grades to participate in its Student Government Day 2017. Youngsters who live in the village are invited to write essays describing what they like best about Orland Park. Read on...
Orland Park Police Department Joins International Chiefs' One Mind Campaign
The OPPD has joined the International Association of Chiefs of Police’s “One Mind Campaign.” This initiative was created to unite local communities, public safety organizations and mental health organizations so that the three become “of one mind.” Read on...
Orland Square Thanks Village and Its Police Department
Orland Square Mall gave the Village of Orland Park and its police department a public pat on the back, thanking village officials, police personnel and staff for their continued support throughout the year and in particular the past holiday season. Read on...
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State of the Village 20174State of the Village Address 2017
The Village of Orland Park proudly presents Mayor Daniel J. McLaughlin's State of the Village Address 2017 on Thursday, March 9, 2017 from 6:00pm to 8:30pm at Carl Sandburg High School Performing Arts Center, located at 13300 S. LaGrange Road in Orland Park. This event is free and open to the public. To RSVP please call (708) 403-6399 or RSVP online.

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Mayor McLaughlin's Kindness Challenge
Everyone is invited to take part in #OPKind, a social media campaign to encourage more kindness. Stop by the info desk inside Village Hall for free "I am #OPKind" stickers. Share these stickers with those spreading kindness, take their picture and share to Facebook, Twitter or Instagram using the hashtag #OPKind. Read more.


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The Village of Orland Park is creating a veterans’ registry so that area veterans can be notified of upcoming events and programs. All veterans living in Orland Park are invited to be added to the veterans’ registry. Those who do not use computers may obtain hard copies of the form at the Village Hall.