Maple Park Civic Center Gym Open For Walkers

Looking for a warm place to walk this winter?


Walker Clip ArtThe Village of Maple Park opens its gym to residents free of charge to walk in the winter months (November 1 through April 30), from 6 a.m. to noon Monday through Friday.

Come on down and walk this winter!


*Residents walk at their own risk
*Maple Park Residents only

Let it Snow, Let it Snow…

Picture of a snow plowWith winter upon us, the Public Works Department would like to remind residents of the winter parking prohibitions. Please do not park along any village street during snow falls of two inches or more. Violators may be ticketed or towed. With your cooperation, this will help in getting the roads cleared as quickly as possible.

The Maple Park Village Code reads as follows:Snow Man

7-4-1-1: PARKING PROHIBITED AFTER SNOWFALL

A. It shall be unlawful to park any vehicle on any public street in the village at any time after a snowfall of two inches (2″) or more has occurred.
B. Any person, firm, partnership, corporation or association found violating the provisions of this section shall be subject to a fine for each violation of this section and may be subject to towing of said vehicle. The cost of said towing shall be the obligation and the expense of the vehicle owner. (Ord. 2013-05, 4-2-2013)

Leaf Burning Prohibited

picture of leavesThe Village of Maple Park would like to let residents know that leaf burning is prohibited. Leaves can be placed in a paper bag or a plastic or metal can and placed at the curb for pick up by Waste Management on Wednesdays through November 1. Click here for ordinance. All other burning requires a burning permit from the village.

Street Light Out?

Street Light PictureDo you have a street light out in your neighborhood? Please call the village office at (815) 827-3309 with the address closest to the light that is out and we will be happy to take care of it.

You can also send an email to streetlights@villageofmaplepark.com and make sure you include the address closest to the street light so we can get it taken care of.

We don’t know it’s out unless you tell us that it’s out.

Kane County Electronics Recycling Plan Update

Electronic Recycling ImageNew dates have been announced for Electronics Collection Events in Kane County. The first date is January 14, 2017, at 540 S. Randall Road, St. Charles. Please see the Kane County Recycling Website for more dates.

There is a cost for screened equipment (TVs and Monitors cost $25 for a screen that is 20″ or under and any TVs or Monitors that are over 21″ are $35 each).

Drop off locations are as follows:
517 Fabyan Parkway, Batavia
735 Martin Drive, South Elgin
900 Angle Tarn, West Dundee

Please see the Kane County Electronics Recycling webpage here.

If you have questions, please contact Jennifer Jarland, recycle@countyofkane.org or 630-208-3841.

Sign Up For Village Alert System

Blackboard connect one-step notification systemWould you like to keep up on what is going on in Maple Park? Sign up for Blackboard connect and receive a phone call, email or text with the latest information. Click this link, or call the Village Office at (815) 827-3309 to get signed up.

Welcome to the Village of Maple Park, Illinois

Village of Maple Park logoSince 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!

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