The final distribution was Wednesday, Sept. 20. Forgotten Harvest remains deeply committed to the community they serve and we remain committed to helping them find a new distribution location. As soon a new location is ready to distribute food to the community an announcement will be made.
UPCOMING CITY EVENTS
TRUNK OR TREAT
The Birds Are Back In Town!
In the video below, learn how to operate the Bird Mobile App, and the scooters themselves. You'll also find information on how to sign up, the rules for operating a Bird scooter, and much more.
Now Accepting Applications for
Oak Park & Bark
- Submittal of Rabies Vaccine(s)
- Submittal of DHLPP Vaccine(s)
- Submittal of Bordetella Vaccine(s)
- Submittal of Dog License(s)
- Submittal of Dog License Number(s)
- Viewing an orientation video and passing a related quiz
- Payment to utilize the dog park
Join Our Public Safety Family Today!
The Oak Park Public Safety Department is currently hiring and recruiting police officers and firefighters. New hires will earn a starting wage of $78,461 and top out at $91,782 after two years (for a Public Safety Officer 1). Other benefits of joining the Oak Park Public Safety teams are:
14 days off a month
No cost healthcare
Sick, personal and vacation time
Up to 80% tuition reimbursement
Opportunities to growth within 12 different units.
To learn more and to apply today visit: bit.ly/OPPoliceRecruit
2023-2024 Tree Request FormThe City of Oak Park Department of Public Works is a proud recipient of the Tree City designation again this year. This is our 40th year receiving this award and our 20th year as a Growth Award recipient. In Oak Park, we take pride in our mature tree lined streets and strive to continue to plant trees throughout the community.
If you would like to request a tree planted in front of your property (in the city right-of-way, the area between the sidewalk and the street), please complete the Tree Request form by scanning the QR code or click the code to get to the form directly.
Once we begin the process of selecting tree locations for each planting season, city staff will inspection each property to ensure that the area is large enough and can support the growth of a tree.
We cannot tell you when the tree will be planted, but can assure you that we will keep your request on file for future consideration. If you have any questions, please reach out to our staff at the Department of Public Works. We can be reached at 248-691-7497.
Utility Bill Sign Up / E-Bill Authorization Form
Click or scan the QR code above to fill out a short 2-minute survey to update how utility bills are delivered to you each month.
If you wish to enroll in paperless billing, you will no longer receive paper bills via the US Postal Service and will instead receive them via the email you enter into the survey.