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Frequently Asked Questions

Q. When is the Maple Park Gymnasium open for walkers?

A. Maple Park Gymnasium is Open for Walkers
Only From November 1st thru April 30th
Located at 302 Willow St.
Open Monday – Friday 6:00am to noon.

Q. What are the rules for temporary signs in The Village?

A. Chapter 11-10-10 of the Maple Park Village Code – Signs Permitted in All Zoning Districts “Shall not require a sign permit”

L. Temporary signs no larger than 32 square feet in area advertising political candidates. Such signs must be removed upon close of event.

Political Signs do not require a permit; however, you do need to need to follow the regulations in the county in which you will be placing the sign.

Q: Can the Parks/Pavilion/Grounds/Civic Center Kitchen be rented in Maple Park, and how can I rent them?

A: Yes, there is information about the fees and guidelines along with the rental applications, which are located in the Forms/Info/Ordinances page. You can also view the Park Rental page for pictures and information to help plan your event.

Q: How do I dispose of Electronics properly?

A: Since the landfill ban on electronic equipment in Illinois (PA 097-0287) became effective on January 1st, 2012, electronics recycling opportunities have expanded greatly. There are several free drop-offs in Kane County, including the ongoing monthly collection event. The Village has dedicated days for electronics recycling in Maple Park for the resident’s convenience and will post the information when available. Electronics Recycling Ban Info.
Recycling Links:
Kane County Recycles
The Kane County 2014-2015 Recycling and Green Guide

Q: What company provides Garbage/Recycling pickup in Maple Park, how do I contact them?

A: Residential waste and recycling services are provided by Waste Management, you can reach them through the website or via phone. Waste Management Contact Information and Phone Number 1-800-796-9696

Q: I have problems with my recycling blowing out of my small recycling tubs, what can I do about it?

wmtotesA: Waste Management can provide you with a 64 gallon recycling can/tote with a lid free of charge, this is part of your water bill. This will not only keep our community clean by preventing your recycling from blowing all over the neighborhood but will also keep critters from making a mess as well. Please call Waste Management at 1-800-796-9696 if you need a recycling bin. Your regular bins can still be used in the event that you have overflow.

Q: When is garbage/recycling pickup , and does this day ever change?

A: Garbage is scheduled for pickup every Wednesday, garbage/recycling cans should be placed on the curb before 6:00 A.M. the morning of pickup. The only time Waste Management does not pickup on Wednesday is if there was a holiday observed by the company on Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, or Wednesday, in the event that there was a holiday, the service will be delayed by one day (for that week only).

Q: When do I get billed for Water/Waste Water/Garbage, and what are my options for payment?

A: Water/Waste Water/Garbage is billed every two months. The Village Water Department accepts traditional payment methods, and electronic payments. Bills are due on the last day of the month. We encourage everyone to sign up and participate in the electronic service by completing and returning the Direct Debit Form which is located in the Forms/Info page. You can now pay for utility bills using the E-Pay link in the left menu.

Q:  What should I do with my yardwaste?

Yardwaste can be placed out on garbage day (in a separate container) from April 1 to November 30. Maple Park does not allow the burning of leaves.

Yardwaste includes grass clippings, leaves, trimmings, branches and other material accumulated as the result of the care of lawns, shrubs and trees. Grass and leaves must be in marked 32 gallon trash cans or brown Kraft paper yardwaste bags.

Yardwaste does NOT include flower arrangements, pumpkins, bales of straw/hay, cornstalks, dirt, or sod.

Branches and tree limbs must be tied into bundles no more than 4 feet long or 2 feet in diameter and must weigh less than 50 pounds.

Trees, stumps, and branches larger than 2 inches in diameter cannot be collected as yardwaste.

Christmas trees will be collected from Christmas through the end of January. Trees must be free of all decorations and cannot be in plastic bags.

For more information, see the Waste Management Information (344 downloads) .

Q: Do I need an Animal Tag/License for my cat or dog, and is there a limit on how many are allowed per household?

A: Yes, you must purchase an Animal Tag/License for each dog or cat. Only 3 dogs or 3 cats limit per household, or a combination of both totaling up to (3). The information, prices, fees, and application is available on the Forms/Info page. You can now pay for animal tags using the E-Pay link in the left menu.

Q: Do I need to get Vehicle sticker(s) for my vehicle(s), how do I get them?

A: Yes, all Maple Park vehicle owners that have vehicles that are owned, stored, housed or operated within the corporate limits of Maple Park and must be displayed on the left quadrant (driver’s side) of the front windshield, and be visible at all times. Vehicle stickers must be purchased annually before May 31. The sticker information, prices, fees, and application is available on the Forms/Info page. You can now pay for vehicle stickers using the E-Pay link in the left menu.

Q: Do all vehicles require a sticker?

A: No, the following motor vehicles are exempt: motorcycles, motorbikes, motor scooters, vehicles owned, leased, and operated by the village, vehicles licensed by the Secretary of State, possessing antique vehicle plates, or handicapped vehicle plates. More information is available in the Forms/Info page.

Q: I received an Ordinance Violation for not having a vehicle sticker, why?

A:Vehicle stickers must be purchased annually before May 31st.The Maple Park Police Department has been instructed to pursue violators to the fullest extent. A copy of the Ordinance is available from the Village Clerk at 302 Willow Street and Online Village Codes . You can now pay for police tickets using the E-Pay link in the left menu.

Q: What happens if I do not purchase a vehicle sticker before May 31st?

A: Failure to display the current sticker by May 31st will result in the purchase of a sticker plus the late fee per ordinance. Late fees are assessed as follows: After June 1 – late fee of $10.00; after July 1 – late fee of $25.00; after August 1 – the Village of Maple Park will initiate legal proceedings to collect said fee and late charges. More information is available in the Forms/Info page.

Q: What are the steps/process to start a business in Maple Park?

A: We have a web page that walks you through the process and provides links to all the forms and info needed : New Business Steps & Info.

Q: Does Maple Park require Building Inspections and Permits?

A: Yes, Building permits are required. You can find the applications on the village’s website. For building or zoning questions you can call the village office at (815) 827-3309. Complete details are listed on the Village Departments page.

Q: What is TIF?

A: For detailed information please refer to IL TIF Info

Q: How do I contact the Village?

A: There are several ways to contact the Village whether it is a compliment, question, suggestion, concern or a complaint:
E-mail: support@villageofmaplepark.com
Form Submission: Submit Info To Village Of Maple Park
Phone: (815) 827-3309

Q: Who do I contact if there is an issue with or involving the Railroad?

A:You can contact Union Pacific Railroad directly. Please call 1-888-UPRRCOP (877-7267) to report any of the following:

  • Hazardous materials releases
  • Personal injuries
  • Criminal activities
  • Illegal dumping
  • Vehicles stuck / stalled on the tracks, or other track obstructions
  • Other environmental issues, such as:
  • Petroleum Spills
  • Idling locomotives
  • Engines with excessive smoke

Q: Who do I contact for utilities?

A: Our Links page has a complete listing of utilities and contact information.

Q: Who do I contact if there is a street light that is out or not working?

A: You can contact ComEd Street Light Maintenance

Q: Does Maple Park offer any kind of activities/sports for children?

A: Yes, there are several activities and sports that are available several times throughout the year. Please check the Village website regularly for current activities and sports. If you would like additional activities/sports to be listed on the website please send an email to: admin@villageofmaplepark.com and include all the information you would like posted along with your flier or application in Word or PDF format.

Q:  How do I know if there is a sexual predator living in my neighborhood?

A:  You can use one of the many websites to search your address, like Family Watch Dog. Just click on the link and then enter your address, city, and state. It then brings up a list of offenders and their addresses.

Q: How does a resident get on one of your Boards and Commissions?

A:  Complete and return the Trustee Appointment Application or the Planning Commission Appointment Application and return to the Village Clerk.

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Important Links

Utilities

ComEd for electricity – www.comed.com or (800) 334-7661

ComEd Emergency If you have an electric emergency requiring heightened attention, it is important to call ComEd immediately at 1-800-Edison-1 (1-800-334-7661). Never email your emergency request. This would include reporting wires down, electric contact/shock, or other potential danger.

Storm Center to get the latest information on outages in the service territory.

Outage Map you can view all outages in the ComEd service area at once and zoom in and get details on specific areas, such as the estimated restoration time & status of crews working to resolve problems.

Outage Alerts Need to report an outage? Text the word OUT to 26633 (ComEd) and get updates until your power is restored. Click the link to learn more and to sign up.

Mobile App Gain the flexibility and convenience of managing your ComEd Residential account on the go with ComEd’s FREE mobile app for iPhone® and Android™ devices.

Please call 1-888-UPRRCOP (877-7267) to report any of the following:

  • Hazardous materials releases
  • Personal injuries
  • Criminal activities
  • Illegal dumping
  • Vehicles stuck / stalled on the tracks, or other track obstructions
  • Other environmental issues, such as:
  • Petroleum Spills
  • Idling locomotives
  • Engines with excessive smoke

Other Links

  • Community Contacts, Inc. We are a voluntary, non-profit, human service organization serving Kane and Dekalb counties in Illinois. We are dedicated to helping low and moderate income families attain and maintain safe and affordable housing.
  • Conley Outreach Our mission is to provide and coordinate community mental health and human service programs in rural Western Kane County by understanding community needs, creating systems of support, and collaborating with other community and faith-based partners.
  • CUE Center for Missing Persons Non-profit CUE Center for Missing Persons, which is focused on finding the missing, advocating for their causes, and supporting their families.
  • DeKalb County Economic Development Corporation DCEDC is a public/private partnership working to facilitate sustainable and diversified economic growth within DeKalb County.
  • Family Watch Dog – Is there a sexual predator living in your neighborhood? Check here to find out.
  • First Institute Training and Management First Institute has been offering exciting new career paths to the residents of Northern Illinois in Travel, Computer Technologies and Health Care.
  • Fox Valley Wildlife Center The Fox Valley Wildlife Center is a private, not-for-profit organization in Elburn, Illinois, that cares for orphaned and injured wildlife. We provide hospital care for wild animals who need help and have been impacted by man in some way.
  • Illinois Department of Employment Security (IDES) Your gateway to Illinois workforce and career informaiton.
  • Illinois Worknet Illinois workNet® Portal and Program utilizes partnerships and technology to expand seamless and real-time access to workforce development resources aimed at individuals, businesses and workforce professionals.
  • Kane County Department of Employment and Education KCDEE can help you find your career passion, grow your career skills or achieve your career dreams. We offer programs and services for individuals who are unemployed, underemployed, recently laid off, or returning to the workplace.
  • Kane County Forest Preserve To acquire, hold and maintain lands within Kane County that contribute to the preservation of natural and historic resources, habitats, flora, and fauna; and to restore, restock, protect and preserve such lands for the education, recreation, and pleasure of all its citizens.
  • Kane County Recycles Information Kane County Recycling Green Guide (270 downloads)
  • Maple Park Baseball The goal of our team is to provide a safe and productive environment that enables children to learn and apply the principles of teamwork, discipline, dedication, and sportsmanship. Participation in our team is open to all boys and girls in the Kaneland area.
  • Maple Park Fun Fest is a classic small town festival geared for big time entertainment. Occurring over Labor Day Weekend, Fun Fest has provided the perfect way to celebrate summer’s end for over 10 years. Visitors enjoy live entertainment, a huge arts and crafts show, car show, 5K Fun Run, Parade, FIREWORKS, and of course, the famous Toilet Bowl Races – those are just a few of the highlights!
  • Maple Park Library District Online Card Catalog, E-Books, Digital Audio Books, Event Activities,  Internet access, wifi, fax, and copying. The District encompasses the Village of Maple Park, Heritage Hills, Settlement, Squires crossing subdivisions, Virgil Township west of Meredith Road, east of County Line Road, north of Route 38 and south of Route 64.
  • Pace Bus Recent gas price spikes are leading more people to consider transit for their commuting needs. With nearly 200 bus routes in addition to other programs and services, chances are Pace has an answer for those looking to save on their commuting expenses.
  • Valley Industrial Association The Valley Industrial Association (VIA) is exclusively for manufacturers and those businesses in Northern Illinois which serve manufacturing in the Fox Valley area, including Kane, Kendall, DeKalb and Western DuPage counties.
  • Waste Management Phone (800) 796-9696 Waste Management provides residential solid waste collection services for municipalities, regional authorities, single-family homes, individual subscription services and homeowner associations across North America.
  • Waubonsee Community College Small Business Development Center Small business owners, both prospective and existing, can obtain essential management, marketing and financial counseling. We offer FREE one-on-one counseling and a wide variety of events and workshops to help make your business a success.

Business Directory

Village of Maple Park Business Directory

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The Village of Maple Park is looking for information from businesses to add to our web site’s Business Directory. We encourage everyone to participate. It is just one way the Village can recognize and promote local businesses.

The Business Directory Information Form can be completed and submitted online here:

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If you have questions please contact admin@villageofmaplepark.com

If you are starting a new business please go to the New Business Page

New Residents

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WELCOME TO THE VILLAGE OF MAPLE PARK!


image of maple leafWe welcome you to the Village of Maple Park. Below is some information that we though you might be interested in. Please feel free to call the village office at (815) 827-3309 if you should have any questions.

The Maple Park Board of Trustees meet on the 1st Tuesday of every month at 7 p.m., at the Civic Center, located at 302 Willow Street, Maple Park.

There are also 3 committees that meet as follows:

Infrastructure – 2nd Tuesday, 7 p.m.
Personnel and Communications – 3rd Tuesday, 7 p.m.
Finance and PR&D – 4th Tuesday, 7 p.m.

Agendas are posted the Thursday before each meeting. You will find the agenda on our website and posted on the bulletin board at the front door of the Civic Center.

 

Contact the Board:

Kathy Curtis, Village President

Bart Shaver, Trustee

Kristine Dalton, Trustee

JP Dries, Trustee

Luke Goucher, Trustee

Chris Higgins, Trustee

Brandon Harris, Trustee

Contact the Staff:
Lou Larson, Building Inspector

Mike Miller, Public Works Director

Dean Stiegemeier, Police Chief

Karen Clifton, Police Sergeant

Cheryl Aldridge, Village Accountant

Liz Peerboom, Village Clerk

Vehicle Stickers and Animal Tags are required in Maple Park:

Vehicle Stickers
Car Clip Art
Every vehicle registered to an address in Maple Park is required to have a vehicle sticker. Vehicle Stickers are $25 per vehicle and are due May 31st of each year.Vehicle stickers help offset the cost of maintaining the streets in Maple Park. New residents have 30 days to purchase their vehicle sticker(s). Vehicle Sticker Application (150 downloads)

Animal Licenses
Every dog and cat in the Village of Maple Park needs an animal tag. Animal tags are $5 per animal Picture of Dog and Catand residents can only have a total of 3 animals. Animal tags are due May 31st of each year. New residents have 30 days to purchase their tag(s).   Animal Tag Application (141 downloads)

Garbage day is Wednesday in Maple Park:

Garbage Service
Picture of Recycling BinGarbage service is provided by Waste Management, but is billed on your water bill, every two months. One garbage cart and one recycling cart is provided to each residence. If you move in and find that there is not one of each of these, please contact Waste Management at (800) 796-9696. If you have a question about the billing for garbage service please contact the Village Office at (815) 827-3309.


Golf Carts & Utility Terrain Vehicles

Golf Cart Clip ArtIn 2011, the Village of Maple Park approved an ordinance allowing golf carts and utility terrain vehicles on village 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:

  1.  Brakes and brake lights;
  2. A steering wheel apparatus;Picture of a John Deere Gator
  3. Tires;
  4. Rear view mirror;
  5. Approve “slow moving vehicle” emblem on the rear of the vehicle;
  6. 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;
  7. 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;
  8. Any additional requirement s which may be required by 625 Illinois Compiled Statutes 5/11-1426.1, as amended.

Familiarize yourself with this code.  Chapter 11 Golf Carts and Utility Terrain Vehicles (474 downloads)

Water / Sewer Service

Water faucet clip artThe Village of Maple Park provides water / sewer service for its residents. Water/Sewer/Garbage is billed every two months and is due on the last day of the month.  New residents should contact the Village Office when they move in to get their name on the water bill.

The Village of Maple Park accepts cash, checks, money orders, and cashiers checks. You can pay in person, mail your payment or drop it in the drop box at Village Office. Residents can also pay for their water / sewer / garbage bill with an e-check, or a credit / debit card using the E-Pay link on the website.

Plants, Grass & Weeds

Picture of a Lawn Mower with grassThe Village of Maple Park has an ordinance that regulates grass, plants and weeds. But, if you don’t know about it, you probably won’t be in compliance. The village wants to work with you as a property owner to keep your lot looking nice.  Please look over the code and familiarize yourself with it.     Chapter 4 - Plants & Weeds (277 downloads)

Burning PermitsBon Fire Clip Art

The Village of Maple Park requires residents to apply for a burning permit if they are going to have any type of fire on their property. This permit is free of charge and the Fire Chief will come to your property to approve the site where the fire will be. Burning Permit Application (160 downloads)

Building Permits

bldg permit clip artBuilding Permits are required for most things that you do to your home. This includes but is not limited to:  fences, windows, decks, roofs, basement remodels, sheds. You can get more information by calling the village office at (815) 827-3309. You can submit your building permit application via email, in person, or by mail. Bldg Permit Application (Misc) (155 downloads)   Bldg Permit Application (NEW Construction) (146 downloads)

PaymentsDollar Sign Clip Art

Payments for water bills, vehicle stickers, animal tags, tickets, etc., can be paid online on our website, or in person at 302 Willow Street, Maple Park, or you can mail your payment to P.O. Box 220, Maple Park, IL, 60151. We accept cash, checks, and credit/debit cards for all payments.

Government

Village Board

The Village of Maple Park is a non-home rule municipality that is governed by a Village President and a Board of six Trustees (the “Village Board”). The President of the Board of Trustees is elected at large for a four year term, is called Mayor or President, and serves as the chief elected official of the village and presides at all Board of Trustees meetings and ceremonial occasions. While not required to vote at Board meetings, except to break a tie or make a quorum, the President may veto any ordinance and any resolution or motion which (i) creates any liability against the village, (ii) that provides for expenditure or appropriation of its money, or (iii) sells any village property; but the veto can be overridden by a two-thirds vote of the Trustees. With the advice and consent of the Board, the President appoints non-elected village officials.

Trustees

The six Trustees of the Village Board are elected at large to serve for four-year overlapping terms and may be re-elected for an indefinite number of terms. The Board formulates policy, usually in the form of resolutions and ordinances, and is directly responsible for the citizens of Maple Park.

Advisory Boards/Commissions

The President and Village Board are assisted by two advisory commissions: the Planning Commission and the Zoning Board of Appeals. The President, with the advice and consent of the Board of Trustees, appoints members of these commissions.

Mission Statement

Meet the Village’s need for conscientious growth at the same time preserve the small town experience.

Meetings

Regular Meetings:
Held every first Tuesday of the month at 7:00 p.m. (unless otherwise specified), in the Board room in the Maple Park Civic Center located at 302 Willow Street.

Committee Meetings:
The Village of Maple Park has three Committees:

  • Personnel & Communications
  • Infrastructure
  • Finance and Public Relations & Development

Click here for a complete list of Meetings.

Village President and Trustees

Kathy Curtis – Village President
KCurtis@villageofmaplepark.com
545 S. Huntley Street Maple Park, IL 60151
Cell Phone: 815-209-7666
Term Exp: April 30, 2021

Bart Shaver
bshaver@villageofmaplepark.com
410 S. Inverness Street, Maple Park, IL  60151
(630) 204-9000

Committees:  Personnel & Communications / Finance and PR&D
Term Exp: April 30, 2019

Luke Goucher – Trustee
lgoucher@villageofmaplepark.com
555 S. Huntley St. Maple Park, IL 60151
Cell Phone: 815-508-6732
Committees:  Finance and PR&D (chair) / Infrastructure
Term Exp: April 30, 2021

JP Dries – Trustee
jdries@villageofmaplepark.com
623 Walnut Avenue Maple Park, IL  60151
Cell Phone:  (847) 894-7865
Committees:  Personnel & Communications (chair) / Infrastructure
Term Exp:  April 30, 2019

Kristine Dalton – Trustee
kdalton@villageofmaplepark.com
690 Fadia Street, Maple Park, IL  60151
Cell Phone:  (630) 269-4667
Committees:  Personnel & Communications / Finance and PR&D
Term Exp: April 30, 2019

Chris Higgins – Trustee
chiggins@villageofmaplepark.com
401 Elizabeth Street, Maple Park, IL  60151
Cell Phone:  (630) 660-2705
Committees:  Finance and PR&D / Infrastructure
Term Exp: April 30, 2021

Brandon Harris – Trustee
bharris@villageofmaplepark.com
603 Center, P.O. Box 100, Maple Park, IL  60151
Cell Phone:  (630) 761-0951
Committees:  Infrastructure (chair) Personnel / Finance and PR&D
Term Exp:  April 30, 2021

Liz Peerboom – Village Clerk
epeerboom@villageofmaplepark.com
(815) 827-3309
Appointed Clerk

Parks and Facilities Rental

Parks and Facilities Rental Fees and Requirements

Washington Park Picture of PavilionThe Parks and Grounds encompass Washington McAdams Park
Park and Pavilion, McAdams Park and Pavilion, the Baseball Diamonds located on the S.E. corner of Willow Street and County Line Road, Gym and Kitchen located in the Civic Center at 302 Willow Street and several small parks throughout the Village, which have no facilities.

$100 DEPOSIT REQUIRED

(to be refunded when key(s) returned and facility is clean)

Click here for facility rental application —-> Park / Gym / Kitchen Rental Application (232 downloads)


Rental Fees:

Washington Park and Pavilion

Washington Park Picture of Pavilion
Resident:  $100.00
Non Resident:  $150.00

McAdams Pavilion (no water or restrooms)

Resident:  $100.00
Non-Resident:  $150.00

Baseball Diamonds*
Resident:  $100.00
Non-Resident:  $150.00

*Baseball diamonds are rented by the season by baseball leagues.

Gym Rental

 

 

Open Gym Use — Resident:  $20.00 per hour; Non-resident:  $30.00 per hour
Birthday Parties and Group Functions — Resident:  $100.00 per event; Non-resident:  $150.00 per event

Civic Center Kitchen Rental (per event)

Civic Center Kitchen

Resident:  $100.00
Non-Resident:  $150.00

Gym/Kitchen Package (per event)
Resident:  $150.00
Non-Resident:  $200.00

Civic Center Meeting Room

Yoga Classes – $60 for a 6-week rental
Meetings – $20 per hour
Leasing – Small Meeting Room $250.00/month; Large Meeting Room $275.00 /month (at least a one-year lease required).

Liquor Permit* (per event)
$10.00 (Liability Insurance Certificate Required)
*NO LIQUOR ALLOWED IN THE CIVIC CENTER

In some instances Police presence may be required. If so an hourly rate at time and a half will be paid by the renter in addition to the above fees. This requirement will be at the discretion of the Village.

BOUNCE HOUSES ARE NOT ALLOWED ON VILLAGE PROPERTY

^The renter must be an adult 18 years or older, signing as the responsible person for the rental. A resident resides in a residence located within the village proper and that residence is taxed by the Village of Maple Park.


Facility Rental Amenities (140 downloads)

The Rules Clip Park

 

 

  1. Security deposits for rentals will be required in the amount of $100.00. This can be in the form of cash or check, but all funds will be deposited and returned once an inspection of the facility is made and deemed satisfactory.
  2. Rental fee is not refundable.
  3. Facility must be clean to have deposit refunded (empty all waste baskets, sweep floor, clean bathrooms, return key).
  4. Liquor is not allowed on any village property without a permit, and never inside the Civic Center.
  5. Absolutely no food or beverages are allowed in the Gym.
  6. Absolutely no gum is to be chewed by anyone anywhere in the Civic Center building.
  7. No hard balls in the gym.
  8. No smoking allowed in buildings.
  9. No “bounce houses” will be allowed on any village property.
  10. Leagues and Liquor Applicants must show proof of liability insurance, with the Village of Maple Park as additional insured.

Click here for park rental application —-> Facilities Rental Application (169 downloads)

Send rental application to:  epeerboom@villageofmaplepark.com

Question Mark Clip ArtQuestions can be addressed by calling Village Clerk Liz Peerboom 815-827-3309.

Village Departments

Maple Park Administration

Village Clerk: Liz Peerboom
Office Phone: (815) 827-3309
Fax: (815) 827-4040
E-mail: epeerboom@villageofmaplepark.com

This Department oversees the daily administration of Maple Park’s operations. The Village Clerk is responsible for the preparation and retention of official Village records, including Village Board minutes, ordinances, resolutions, agreements, contracts, leases, bonds, deeds, easements, permits and petitions and payroll. The Clerk facilitates agenda preparation and distribution for Village Board and Committee meetings, and maintains the Maple Park Municipal Code. In addition, the Clerk records various documents with the County Recorder, including annexations, annexation agreements, easements, and plat vacations, and files the budget document and tax levy ordinance with the County Clerk.

Maple Park Police Department

Chief of Police:  Dean Stiegemeier, Police Chief
Email:  Dean Stiegemeier, Police Chief

Police Sgt:  Karen Clifton
Non-Emergency Telephone: (815) 827-3286
Fax: (815) 827-4306
E-mail:  Sgt. Clifton

IN CASE OF EMERGENCY: Dial 911
The Police Department’s mission is to serve and protect all citizens of Maple Park; to preserve the life and property of its residents; to enforce the Village’s laws and ordinances; and to protect the rights of all individuals to live in a peaceful and safe community. It is supported in these efforts with assistance from both the Kane and DeKalb County Sheriff’s Departments.

Maple Park Department of Public Works

Village Public Works Manager: Mike Miller
Phone: (815) 209-6453
Fax: (815) 827-4040
E-mail: mmiller@villageofmaplepark.com

The Department of Public Works is responsible for the oversight of all Village facilities and infrastructure. This includes street patching, snow removal, mowing and trimming, general building repairs, meter reading and replacement, and vehicle maintenance. The Department coordinates all street closures and related activities in the event of an emergency and for local events such as the annual Fun Fest.

Maple Park Finance

Village Accountant: Cheryl Aldridge
Office Phone: (815) 827-3309
Fax: (815) 827-4040
E-mail: caldridge@villageofmaplepark.com

The Department completes all financial accounting for the Village including budget administration, audit, treasury management, debt service payments, fiscal regulatory compliance, fine collections, construction permits and utility billing.

Building Inspection Services

Building Inspector:  Lou Larson
(815) 827-3309
E-mail: llarson@villageofmaplepark.com

All permit applications and permits are available on the Forms / Info Page and at the Village Office.

Zoning Official

Lou Larson
Village of Maple Park
(815) 827-3309

Basic zoning information can be received by calling (815) 827-3309 or email at llarson@villageofmaplepark.com.

Civic Center Gym Open For Walkers this Winter

Two Women Walking Clip ArtLooking for a warm place to walk this winter? The Village of Maple Park will open the Civic Center Gym for walkers 7 a.m. to noon, Monday through Friday from November to April (closed on holidays).

Forms and Info

Complete Listing Of
Forms Applications and Information
On The Village Website

All documents listed on this page are Adobe PDF’s, they can be opened, viewed, filled out, and printed within Adobe Acrobat.  You may also print out the document and fill it out by hand as well.
If you do not have Adobe Acrobat, you can download and install it for free: http://get.adobe.com/reader

Forms & Applications

Information

 

 

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