The Board of Trustees in Maple Park is looking to appoint someone to a vacancy on the Board. You must have been a resident in Maple Park for one year or more and be willing to attend one Board meeting a month and at least two committee meetings per month. As a Trustee you would also be required to do online Open Meetings Act training and submit the Economic Interest Statement to the county in which you live.
Please complete the
Trustee Appointment Application (52 downloads)
and return it to Liz Peerboom, Village Clerk. You can mail the form to: 302 Willow Street, P.O. Box 220, Maple Park, IL, 60151, you can also submit the form in person, or you can email the completed form to the Village Clerk.
The Village President will be appointing the new Trustee at the May 2, 2017, Board of Trustees meeting.
The Maple Park Planning Commission is looking for candidates to fill two vacant positions on the Planning Commission. The Planning Commission meets as needed and would discuss anything from Zoning Map Amendments to Subdivision of Property. This is a non-paid position.
Please do your civic duty and get involved in your municipality.
If interested complete the
PC Member Application (55 downloads)
and return to the Village Clerk at P.O. Box 220, Maple Park, IL, 60151, or via email. If you should have question please call the village office at (815) 827-3309.
Golf Carts & Utility Terrain Vehicles
In 2011, the Village of Maple Park approved an ordinance allowing golf carts and utility terrain vehicles on village streets. Over the weekend, people were reported to have been driving the golf carts that were under age. You must be over the age of 18 to drive a golf cart or utility terrain vehicle on Maple Park Streets.
The requirements are as follows:
- Proof of Current Insurance: Driver must carry proof of insurance with the vehicle.
- Driver’s License: Driver must have a current valid government issued driver’s license.
- Age requirement: Drive must be of the age of eighteen (18).
- Required Equipment: Golf carts and utility terrain vehicles must be equipped as follows:
- Brakes and brake lights;
- A steering wheel apparatus;
- Rear view mirror;
- Approve “slow moving vehicle” emblem on the rear of the vehicle;
- Headlight that emits a white light visible from a distance of three hundred feet (300″) to the front of which must be illuminated when in operation;
- Tail lamp that emits a red light visible form a distance of at least one hundred feet (100′) from the rear which must be illuminated when in operation;
- Any additional requirement s which may be required by 625 Illinois Compiled Statutes 5/11-1426.1, as amended.
Please familiarize yourself with this code. Chapter 11 Golf Carts and Utility Terrain Vehicles (0 downloads)
There is an Energy company going door to door in Maple Park. This company is NOT affiliated with the Village of Maple Park. You are not required to show anyone your utility bill. If you don’t want to be bothered with door to door sales please put up a NO SOLICITOR SIGN or don’t answer the door. Solicitors are required to have a license in Maple Park and to receive a license they go through a background check. If you should come across an aggressive sales person or if you aren’t sure if they have a license, please call the Maple Park Police Department’s non-emergency number at (815) 827-3286. If you feel unsafe call 911.
Would you like your utility bill to be on time, every time? The Village of Maple Park has a direct debit program that is easy to sign up for. Just complete the
Auto Debit Form (140 downloads)
, attach a voided check and send it over to the village office. You can mail your form and voided check to P.O. Box 220, Maple Park, IL 60151, or you can email it to email@example.com. Your bill amount will then be debited from your account. You will still get a bill, so you can keep track of your water usage, but no more writing checks! If you have questions about the direct debit program, call the village office at (815) 827-3309.
THERE IS NO CHARGE TO BE ON THE DIRECT DEBIT PROGRAM
Are you planning to install a pool in your back yard? Or a shed? Before you do any work on your home, please check the municipal code on the village’s website at www.villageofmaplepark.com to check to see if you need a permit. Chances are you do need a permit. Don’t get caught doing a project without a permit.
The Village of Maple Park will be citing residents that do work without a permit.
Residents in Maple Park have been getting phone calls from a company that is saying that they can reduce their gas bill. The Village of Maple Park has NOT contracted with any company for natural gas aggregation. You do not have to give anyone the details of your gas bill. You always have the option of hanging up!
10th Anniversary Pulling For Special Olympics Sporting Clay/Trap Shoot
May 21, 2017
St. Charles Sportsman’s Club
44W471 Keslinger Road
Elburn, IL 60119
Live Gun Auction starting at 9 a.m.
Registration Opens at 10 a.m.
Shot Gun Start at Noon
Lunch Serviced 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Sporting clay or trap course and ammunition, door prize ticket, event shirt, and lunch all for $75!
DISABLED VETS SHOOT FOR FREE AND HAVE ADDITIONAL OPTION OF SHOOTING PISTOLS
*Please RSVP and pay so we can have proper shirt sizes available, but we will register at the door.
For more information contact Colleen MacRunnells at (630) 365-2943, visit the website, or on Facebook – Maple Park PD for Special Olympics.
Did you not know that the village would ticket if you are parked on the street after a 2″ snow fall?
Did you not know that garbage pickup is delayed one day due to the holiday?
Did you hear about an event after it was too late?
Would you like to be notified when something is happening in your town that would be of interest to you?
You can sign up for Blackboard Connect, the Village of Maple Park’s notification system, and receive phone calls, texts or emails. Click here to sign up for Blackboard Connect. If you have problems with this link, please call the village office at (815) 827-3309 and we can get you added.
Or you can email the village clerk at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you would like to update your information you can also contact the village office and we can get your information updated.
On September 20, 2016, the Maple Park Drop-In Center was given a donation in the amount of $7,000, which was from proceeds from the Rich Ferdinand Memorial Golf Outing. The Drop-In Center is open Friday and Saturday nights from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. and provides activities for kids, such as games, movies and crafts. On special occasions they also host pizza parties and costume parties. “The people of Maple Park came out in support of the Drop-In Center in the name of Rich Ferdinand, who was a long time Maple Park resident who recently lost his fight to cancer. “I want to thank the Rich Ferdinand Family, Dennis Lexa, Ray Lynch, and Tony Harrington for their hard work in hosting the fundraiser and their generous donation. I’m proud to serve this small community that comes together with big hearts. I appreciate the residents of Maple Park that feel the Drop-In Center is a worthy cause. Thank you,” said Police Chief Tony Ayala.
The Drop-In Center was started under the previous Police Chief, Mike Acosta. The Drop-In Center was moved to a bigger space and remodeled under the current Police Chief Tony Ayala.
Mission statement of the Maple Park Police Department Youth Drop-In Center: “The Maple Park Youth Drop-In Center is a place for youth to go to socially interact with their peers in a friendly, positive manner, rather than creating mischief in the community. Our program encourages positive interactions with the police and we also support local community events.”
Village President Kathy Curtis sends thanks to the businesses of Maple Park “County Line Custom, Bootleggers and Honest Automotive” for their contribution back to the community.