H&H Construction and Development 10059 Merrimac Ave, Oak Lawn, IL60453 H&H Construction and Development is a general construction in Oak Lawn, Illinois. It specializes in remodels,…More renovations and home builds. Call today for a consultation.
Huntington Learning Center - Oak Lawn 6253 W 95th St, Oak Lawn, IL60453 Specializing in professional and formative tutoring services, the Oak Lawn branch of Huntington will assist students of…More all ages in developing reading, writing, and math skills. The helpful staff will meet with interested parents to identify strengths and weaknesses for each student. Special consultations are available for those preparing for the ACT, SAT and GRE exams. Rest assured, the experienced educators at Huntington are on the cutting edge of effective learning strategies.
Oak Lawn Park District Lawn Manor Park W 108th Pl & S Kostner Ave, Oak Lawn, IL60453 Lawn Manor Park was added to the area park system in 1961 to accommodate a growing housing development. The park offers…More a playground, two baseball fields, two basketball courts, a soccer field, two tennis courts and a volleyball court. A paved path winds around the park, perfect for walking and jogging. Supervised teen bonfires take place in the summer.
This Kumon location is found inside the First United Methodist Church in Oak Lawn. The…More instructor is professionally trained and certified to work with school students. Educational assistance is provided through guidance in completing class assignments and developing an at-home study plan for students.
Kent & Wagner 8855 Ridgeland Ave, Oak Lawn, IL60453 Kent & Wagner is a real estate law firm in Oak Lawn, Ill. It offers legal services including foreclosures, property…More sales, developments, architectural agreements, leasing, construction contracts, assessments, deeds and much more. Call for more information.
Cash Direct 10406 S Cicero Ave, Oak Lawn, IL60453 Cash Direct specializes in short-term personal loans for residents of Oak Lawn. Title, signature, and installment loans…More are all available up to $3,500. Employees will work with customers to develop both a flexible and manageable payment schedule.
Chicago Web Management 9540 S 50th Ct, Oak Lawn, IL60453 Chicago Web Management is an Oak Lawn-based consulting firm located on S. 50th Court. The firm offers professional Web…More development, website hosting, E-commerce design, online marketing, social media consulting and print design services. Visit the Chicago Web Management website for a comprehensive overview of the firm's services.
Huntington Presentation Packaging 10744 S Tripp Ave, Oak Lawn, IL60453 Huntington Presentation Packaging is a package design and development company. Please call to discuss possible projects…More or to inquire about the process.
The Village of Oak Lawn's municipal offices are headquartered in a contemporary building in the heart of Oak Lawn.…More Across the street, you'll find the Oak Lawn Public Library and the Village Green, an open green space with a modern children's playground, walking paths and a gazebo. Here, you'll find the offices of the mayor, village clerk, trustees, village manager and other agencies that manage the day-to-day operations of Oak Lawn.
The mayor and the village's board of trustees hold public meetings at Village Hall, where they vote on expenditures of public tax money and other policy decisions affecting the village's well-being.
Departments housed at Village Hall include police, fire, community services, emergency communications, economic development, public works, finance, human resources, development and growth management, and the office of the village manager.
Residents can go to Village Hall to pay their water bills, parking tickets, sewer and garbage bills and purchase vehicle stickers or do so online. Building plans for the purpose of obtaining construction permits are also reviewed at Village Hall, as are applications for zoning changes, which require review by the village board's zoning committee. Village officials are also available for solving community issues.
In recent years, the village has increased the number and frequency of special events, such as summer outdoor movies and concerts on "the Green," a pumpkin festival and an Easter egg hunt. Most popular is the annual "Fall on the Green" traditionally held in September, featuring family-friendly entertainment, music and food from local restaurants.
Oak Lawn is divided into six neighborhood districts represented by a district trustee. Half of the trustees' six-member board is up for election every two years; the mayor and village clerk are up for election every four years. The village clerk is the only full-time, elected official.
Trinity Lutheran Preschool 9701 Brandt Ave, Oak Lawn, IL60453 Trinity Lutheran Preschool is an Oak Lawn-based pre-school program for students ages 3-4. The curriculum at Trinity…More Lutheran Preschool emphasises the emotional, cognitive, physical and intellectual development of students through literacy, art, academic study and more. The facilities of the school include a play room, computer station and writing center, as well as toys, scooters, a performance stage and more.
Oak Lawn-Hometown District 123 serves the communities of Oak Lawn and Hometown. The majority of its students come…More from Oak Lawn. The district is bounded by Pulaski on the east, 107th Street on the south, Central on the west and 87th Street on the north.
The district has four elementary schools, including Kolmar, Sward, Covington and Hannum in Oak Lawn, and Hometown in the community of the same name. All five schools serve children in grades pre-K through five. A middle school, Oak Lawn-Hometown, serves children in grades six to eight.
District 123 has a long and rich tradition of providing excellent academic programs and a commitment to meeting the needs of the whole child. The district offers a full-day kindergarten, daily physical education, art, music, instrumental music and and a full range of teaching resources. The middle school prepares students to meet the challenges of high school through a number of offerings that include foreign languages, communication arts and technology coursework. In addition, the district provides special education and other services that support the identified needs of students, as well as unique programs to help students develop academic strengths and talents.