City Hall  3355 Belvidere Road   Park City, Illinois 60085   Phone (847)623-5030   Fax: (847)662-0119    Hours of Service: Mon-Thurs 8:00AM - 5:30PM  Fri 8:00AM-5:00 PM           



Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)   What Illinois Is Doing

Protecting the health, safety, and wellbeing of Illinoisans is Governor Pritzker's top priority. The administration continues to work closely with local health departments, county officials and federal partners to put systems in place to respond to COVID-19. This website will provide the latest news releases related to coronavirus, video archives of press conferences and tips from leading experts to keep you and your family safe.

To Our Valued Residents and Community Members, 

There is nothing more important than the health and safety of our family, friends, coworkers and community. The City is continually monitoring and updating policies and procedures to minimize our community’s exposure to COVID-19. 

The City is working closely with our partners, the Lake County Health Department, Illinois Governor’s Office, Illinois Department of Health, Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), to monitor the progression of the COVID-19.

​On March 12, 2020, the State of Illinois released new recommendations designed to slow the spread of COVID-19 in order to keep people healthy and prevent regional medical systems from becoming overwhelmed. New recommendations were released related to limiting events and gatherings and practicing social distancing. This is in addition to previously issued guidance for wellness, cleaning and hygiene.

​The City has established the following temporary policies designed to reduce opportunities for residents, employees and visitors to have potential exposure to COVID-19. City staff and officials remain fully committed to meeting the needs of our community, before, during and after this crisis.

City Hall has closed its front counters until further notice.

Police Services  
For any emergencies please dial 911. For copies of police reports, records and general questions, please call 847-662-2135. To request police non-emergency services, please contact 847.587.3100.

Water Department  
Customers are asked to pay bills online, by phone or leave your payment in the dropbox inside the Police Department Lobby.   Employees will not be handled person to person exchanges of any documents and or cash at this time.   Billing questions or phone payments should be directed to 847-623-5030. 

Building/Zoning Department 
Building Department is no longer reviewing permit submittals at the front counter.  Submittals can be emailed to the building department at or call 847-623-5030 for instructions. 

Public Works 
For any questions or to report non-emergency concerns please call 847-623-5030, email or place an e-Service request on our website 

Village Hall  
Village Hall staff will be on duty to take your calls or respond to your emails.  Contact us during business hours (8am-4:00 pm) by calling (847) 623-5030. You may also email us at any time and we will gladly get back to you.  

We will keep up to date information on our Facebook Page, our Website throughout the days to come.

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Proposed TIF District

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Economic Development within the City is a major focus of City Government.  Economic development involves building a successful economic environment by bringing healthy businesses into both new and established areas of the City and encouraging existing businesses to grow.

​Having a thriving economy gives residents a place to shop, work and get the services they need.  Beyond those benefits, a healthy economy provides greater revenue to the City allowing us to provide greater services to our residents.  By working with businesses, developers and residents, the City strives to build and maintain a successful economy in Park City.

​​At the heart of the City is the “Old Skokie Road Corridor”. This 1.27 mile stretch of roadway runs parallel to Route 41 and is the main gateway and business corridor for Park City. Positioned as the geographic center of the community, Old Skokie Road also represents an opportunity to create a special place for growth and redevelopment. 

Park City has partnered with Munisupport Inc. to begin to build the foundation of the City's redevelopment of this corridor. The Old Skokie Road Strategic Plan is the first step. READ MORE.......


​For those who wish to receive information and updates regarding the Tax Increment Financing District proposed for properties along Old Skokie Road, please click on the link below.