Examining and Exploring Cultural Differences, Prairie State College invites you to participate in a dynamic workshop platform designed for people who are looking to navigate more effectively through our culturally diverse society, personally as well as professionally. With emphasis on examination and exploration of cultural diversity, participants will be positioned to gain knowledge of differences, as well as increase levels of communication and cultural competency.
Notice: Village Management wants to assure residents the letter received about Service Line Warranties offering enrollment in a water service plan is authentic. Some residents who received the letter questioned whether it was a scam. Eligible homeowners have the choice to enroll in the optional service protection plan to use in the event of an emergency with your water or well service line. To see a copy of the letter,Click here.
The Hazel Crest Police Department will be hosting a Citizen Police Academy. The academy will be held on Wednesday nights from 7pm to 9pm at the Village Hall (3000 W. 170th Place). Classes will start January 10, 2018 and run through February 14, 2018. The Citizens Police Academy is open to all Village residents, business owners, and employees.
The six week hands-on academy will give participants a look into the inner workings of Law Enforcement.
The class is FREE!!
Find applications here Citizens Police Academy Notice and Application or pick up from the Hazel Crest Police Department. Background checks will be done before final admission to class.
For further information, call (708) 335-9640.
South Suburban Family Shelter, Inc. (SSFS) is looking for individuals, families or businesses interested in participating in its annual Adopt-A-Family Holiday Program. Adopt-A-Family is designed to help victims of domestic violence and their children during the holiday season. The victims and their children who participate in Adopt-A-Family are experiencing financial hardship as a result of their family circumstances. They would likely have nothing for the holidays without the help of generous donors. Donors purchase and wrap gifts for their adopted family. Food is also needed including turkeys, chickens, and non-perishable items for holiday meals. Contact email@example.com for specific food items needed.
Monetary contributions and gift cards are also welcome and may be mailed to:
South Suburban Family Shelter
P.O. Box 937
Attn: Adopt A Family
South Suburban Family Shelter is a not-for-profit agency which provides comprehensive services for families who experience domestic violence. These services include:
- 24-Hour Hotline
- Emergency Shelter
- Counseling for adult victims and their children
- Abuser Intervention
- Court and Medical Advocacy
- Prevention program
- Outreach/ Training programs
- Transitional housing clients
All victim services are provided free of charge and all programs are available in English and Spanish.
For more information about Adopt-A-Family, call 708-283-1421, ext. 23 or firstname.lastname@example.org For general information about South Suburban Family Shelter, call 708-794-2140.
Public Works Is Working For You:
Information & Dates to Keep in Mind.
- Tree Removal and Tree Trimming will take place during the winter months
- Snow Plowing Reminders:
- Vehicles should be removed from the street after a snowfall of 2” or more (so snow plows can effectively reach the entire width of the street for snow removal).
- It is impossible to avoid pushing snow into private driveways when plowing. To avoid frustration, please wait until Public Works has cleared the roadway of snow before finishing the end of your driveway. (The Village will not clear snow from private driveways).
- Keep children safe. To avoid injury, teach youngsters to stay a safe distance away from the edge of the roadway to avoid contact with the snowplow.
- Do not deposit snow into the street as it may freeze and cause a danger to drivers and emergency responders.
- Set your garbage cans away from the roadway on snow days (after snowfall of 2” or more); remember to retrieve cans as soon as they are emptied to avoid clutter.
- Inspect your curbside mailbox for proper construction and placement away from the curb. Posts should be of 4’ X 4” durability and strength. (The Village is not liable for mailboxes damaged during snow plowing).
Public Works takes great pride in the jobs we do quickly and safely. It is our goal to serve to the best of our ability in the short time needed before residents need to get to work, school and daily activities. Please feel free to contact the Public Works Department with questions at (708) 335-9600, extension 200.