1. Automatic Payment for Water Bills Available Now!

    No more remembering to pay your bills on time, and no more late fees! More Info....
  2. Join the McCook Public Library

    The McCook Library is now offering our residents library membership at discounted rates.
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Blackhawk Park

    Village Clerk Needed!
we need you!

As you know, the Village Clerk position in the Village is an elected position. Recently, our Village Clerk, Laurie Scheer, resigned and the Village needs to fill this position until the next municipal election scheduled for April 2019.  This is an unpaid volunteer position and requires about 10 to 15 hours a month. The Village Clerk will attend monthly board meetings will take and prepare the meeting minutes. The Clerk will also attest to all ordinances and resolutions approved by the Village President, and certify other documents as needed.  Significant staff support is provided to the Village Clerk.This is a great opportunity to become involved with the Village and a chance to serve the community. The Village Clerk must be a registered voter in the Village of Indian Head Park. Please fill out the application and submit it to John DuRocher, Village Administrator, by December 11, 2017

Come Meet Santa at Village Hall!

SantaChildren of all ages, come and have some Holiday goodies, along with getting your picture taken with Santa! Saturday, December 16th, 9:30  - 11:30 am at the Village Hall Board Room, located at 201 Acacia Drive. For more information, please call 708-246-3080.

"Pop Tabs for Kelli" is going on now! Save and bring in your can tops to the Village Hall or the Police Department. All of the pop tab donations will be given to the Ronald McDonald House Charities in honor of Kelli Joy O'Laughlin's name through the Kelli O'Laughlin Memorial Foundation

  1. Spotlight

    About Us

    Before the area, now known as Indian Head Park, became a village, it was one of the last camp sites of the Native American tribe, the Potawatomie.

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