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Village of La Grange
53 S la Grange Rd, La Grange, IL 60525

It's unmissable -- the La Grange Village Hall is the cornerstone of downtown La Grange, occupying several blocks onMore La Grange Road with its statuesque stone building, parking garage, fountain, flower gardens, tall trees and several outdoor benches for lounging in the shade on hot days.

Entering at either the west or north doors, La Grange residents can visit the village manager, village clerk and building and zoning offices on the second floor. In the basement, the finance department is accessible. The main floor serves as a mezzanine.

La Grange's elected board of trustees and village president hold their monthly meetings in the Village Hall, which are open to the public. The board of trustees' schedule and meeting agendas are available on the Village's website.

La Grange Park Department of Public Works
937 Barnsdale Rd, La Grange Park, IL 60526
The La Grange Park Department of Public Works sits in an easy-to-find location beneath the village's large water tower.More On-call 24/7, the department is responsible for maintaining the public areas of the village of La Grange Park, including streets, sidewalks, parkways, lighting and public vegetation. In addition to those responsibilities, the department also monitors the sewer systems and potable water of the village. During winter, the department clears the streets and sidewalks of snow.
Village of La Grange Park
447 N Catherine Ave, La Grange Park, IL 60526

Stability and loyalty are among the strengths of the La Grange Park community, village officials said, and theseMore traits are visible even in the building where the police, fire and government offices are all housed in the heart of La Grange Park.

It's accessible to walk-ins, who are met by a window-sealed police counter and an open counter where the friendly government staff will say hello and ask if they can assist.

Its exterior flanked with roses when in season, the "Village of Roses" main building hosts the La Grange Park Village Board meetings monthly, which are open to the public.

Huntington Learning Center
333 N la Grange Rd, La Grange Park, IL 60526

For private or public school students who would like tutoring in reading, study skills, writing, phonics, spelling,More math or SAT/ACT exam preparation, the Huntington Learning Center in La Grange Park provides one-on-one help in a bright and friendly environment.

Since 2003, the center has been a tenant in the Village Market Shopping Center, in walking distance from the La Grange Metra Station. Previously, it was located in Westmont.

Garry Fairfield, founder and executive director of this branch of the national network of Huntington Learning Centers, said he's very proud the school is part of the La Grange and La Grange Park communities.

La Grange Park Business Association
447 N Catherine Ave, La Grange Park, IL 60526

The La Grange Park Business Association is a group of local business people, business owners and local leaders thatMore meet monthly, at 8am on the last Thursday of the month, at the La Grange Park Village Hall board room.

The LGBA sponsors and is a presence at many community events and works to improve its member businesses and the entire La Grange Park economy.

Its mailing address is that of its current treasurer, which, along with phone and email addresses of its current leadership, can be found on the Association's website.

La Grange Park Police Department
447 N Catherine Ave, La Grange Park, IL 60526
Philip Kubisztal, Deputy Chief of the La Grange Park Police Department, says the village's low crime rate makes it aMore safe community for its size. "One reason for this is the partnership the police department has with La Grange Park residents," he says, adding that this is a partnership based on good communication and mutual respect. "The members of the La Grange Park Police Department take seriously their responsibilities, and are committed to this community. Our values of pride, community and integrity continue to be the basis of what we do every day."
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