Since our founding in 1854, the community has grown to 1,300 residents who enjoy a rural-setting lifestyle with quick and easy access to urban attractions. Located 60 miles west of Chicago on Illinois Route 38, commuter rail service and interstate highways are just minutes away. Housing is very affordable and a diverse mixture of both old and new. Numerous community events and programs held throughout the year appeal to people of all ages, and help make Maple Park what it is – a great place to call “home”!
Since 1854 and still growing strong!
Moo, Peep and Oink Raffle at the 8th annual Wheel of Meat
3 Winners – 1) 1/2 side of beef; 2) 1/2 hog; 3) Assorted poultry
This is a family event of constant raffles for sports jerseys, meat items, baskets, and much more! Live music outside. Bring your lawn chairs and enjoy the fun while supporting the Special Olympics Athletes.
Saturday, July 18, 4 p.m., Maple Park Pub & Grill – 221 Main Street, Maple Park. Tickets are $5 each or 6 for $20. Winner need not be present to win.
Ways to help:
- Buy a ticket
- Donate a basket
- Donate a gift certificate
- Volunteer to help
- Sell a packet of raffle tickets
For more information, please contact Colleen via email at firstname.lastname@example.org, call her at (630) 365-2943, or search Maple Park PD for Special Olympics on Facebook, or the Pulling For Special Olympics website.
The DeKalb County Health Department will host an Electronic Recycling Event from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m., on the 1st Saturday of each month (except July 4). The event will be held at the Public Parking Lot located at the corner of Grove and South Fourth Streets, in DeKalb.
- No Tube TVs
- No TV Consoles
- No hazardous waste
- No trash/garbage
- No tires
- No bulbs
For more information, click here:
DeKalb County Electronics Recycling Flyer (5 downloads )
or call (815) 748-2408.
The Village of Maple Park office will be closed on Friday, July 3rd, for the 4th of July holiday. We will return to the office at 9:00 a.m. on Monday, July 6th. Payments can be placed in the drop box, mailed, or paid online.
Vehicle stickers and animal tags were due on May 31, 2015. Vehicle stickers now cost $35 per vehicle and animal tags cost $25 per animal (limit 3 animals). You can mail your application to the Village office at P.O. Box 220, Maple Park, or you can drop it off at 302 Willow Street, you can also pay online. If you mail in your application or pay online, your vehicle sticker(s) and/or your animal tag(s) will be mailed to you.
New residents have 30 days to purchase Vehicle Stickers and Animal Tags.
On July 1, Vehicle Stickers will go up to $50 per vehicle, so get your stickers NOW!
Get your vehicle sticker application(s) here
Vehicle Sticker Application Form (34 downloads )
Get your animal tag application(s) here
Animal License Application (16 downloads )
More information can be found in the village code. Go to Chapter 6-2 for Animal Control or 7-2 for Motor Vehicle Licenses.
Notice is hereby given that Ordinance 2015-13, “AN ORDINANCE DETERMINING THE PREVAILING WAGE RATES AS OF JUNE 2015 FOR CONSTRUCTION OF PUBLIC WORKS PROJECTS UNDER the JURISDICTION OF THE VILLAGE OF MAPLE PARK,” was passed by the Village Board of Trustees on June 2, 2015, and is available for public inspection in the Village Clerk’s Office, 302 Willow Street, Maple Park, Illinois. A copy can also be sent electronically. Click on the email link below to request your copy.
Liz Peerboom, CMC
Village of Maple Park
302 Willow Street, P.O. Box 220
Maple Park, IL 60151
Visit www.ProtectMyTown.com and voice your position
The Illinois Legislature and Governor Rauner are considering taking local revenue to patch the state’s budget holes at the expense of Illinois’ cities and villages.
This local revenue funds basic services like police protection, road repairs and maintenance, infrastructure projects, and snowplowing. If the state proposal becomes a reality, Maple Park would lose $64,845 annually. Maple Park already struggles financially and this would be a huge blow to its budget. This could mean your street doesn’t get paved this year, or another project is put on the back burner for another year.
Our community is opposed to raising taxes or eliminating essential services or vital public works projects to make up for the lost revenue.
You Can Help:
- Tell Springfield that they can’t fix their problem by shifting the burden onto local communities.
- Visit ProtectMyTown.com to send a letter to your legislators and Governor Rauner urging them not to take our tax dollars.
As part of Fun Fest, Romp in the Park will be held on Saturday, September 5, 2015. Check in begins at 7 a.m. at the Maple Park Fire Department, located at 305 S. County Line Road, Maple Park.
Entry fees are as follows:
- 5K Run – by 8/29: $15; Race Day: $20
- 2 mail Walk/Run – by 8/29: $10; Race Day: $15
T-shirts for the first 100 registrants, ribbons for all participants!
To register, complete and return the signed
2015 Romp in the Park Entry Form (36 downloads )
by Saturday, August 29, 2015. Please make checks payable to Romp in the Park, and mail to P.O. Box 335, Maple Park, IL, 60151. Questions call: (815) 827-3500.
On Sunday March 8, 2015, the Maple Park Police participated in the 2015 Special Olympics Polar Plunge that was held at Loon Lake (Silver Springs State Park) in Yorkville. There are 22 different plunge locations throughout the State of Illinois. Maple Park Police joined 46 other groups (507 plungers), and braved the freezing waters in support of Special Olympics Illinois.
Each group collected donations that totaled $157,000 Maple Park Police Department thanks plungers: Chief Mike Acosta, Officer Ray Radis, Sergeant Tony Ayala, Gary Kuntz, Judy Davis, Kathy Coffey, Colleen MacRunnels, Amanda Stokas, Jessica Hickman, Lindsey Oas, Kevin Brown, Maggie Foy, Celeste Anderson, Niki Neale, and Caroline Savickas for joining me for braving the cold waters of Loon Lake.