Orland Hills Police Department

  • Agency: Orland Hills Police Department
  • Address: 16039 S 94th Ave, Orland Hills, 60487 IL
  • Chief: Thomas G Scully (Chief of Police)

Orland Hills Police Department is located at 16039 S 94th Ave, Orland Hills, 60487 IL. The Chief of Police of the department is Thomas G Scully. The Orland Hills Police Department phone number is 708-349-4434.

Orland Hills Police Department News

Trick or treating hours 3 p.m. to 7 p.m.

Come out and celebrate Halloween early! http://ohrecreation.org/recreation-programs/fall-recreational-programs/fall-recreation-programs/holiday-events/trunk-or-treat-2

Halloween Trick or Treat Hours: 3pm-7pm

Severe Thunderstorm Watch in Illinois National Weather Service SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WATCH 388 IS IN EFFECT UNTIL 1000 PM CDT FOR THE FOLLOWING LOCATIONS IL ILLINOIS COUNTIES INCLUDED ARE BOONE BUREAU CARROLL COOK DE KALB DUPAGE FULTON GRUNDY HANCOCK HENDERSON HENRY JO DAVIESS KANE KENDALL KNOX LAKE LA SALLE LEE LIVINGSTON MARSHALL MCDONOUGH MCHENRY MERCER OGLE PEORIA PUTNAM ROCK ISLAND STARK STEPHENSON TAZEWELL WARREN WHITESIDE WILL WINNEBAGO WOODFORD

Thank you everyone that came out to Culvers in Orland Park to support Special Olympics.

Come join us at Culver's, Orland Park We are here until 8:00 pm COME OUT AND SUPPORT SPECIAL OLYMPICS!

SCHOOL'S BACK IN SESSION!

WEST NILE VIRUS ALERT

Need a part-time time job! Orland Hills Police Dept is hiring Part Time Crossing Guards CROSSING GUARDS The Orland Hills Police is looking for Crossing Guards. Call the Orland Hills Police Dept. for information at (708) 349-4434 or pick up an application at the Orland Hills Police Dept. 16039 94th Ave, Orland Hills, Il 60487 or application is available on-line at orlandhillspolice.org

REMINDER: Street Sweeping is the 1st Tuesday of the month until the end of November. MAKE SURE YOUR VEHICLES ARE OFF THE STREET ON THE 1ST TUESDAY OF THE MONTH.

REMINDER: Street Sweeping is the 1st Tuesday of the month until the end of November. MAKE SURE YOUR VEHICLES ARE OFF THE STREET ON THE 1ST TUESDAY OF THE MONTH

Please remember those who made the ultimate sacrifice! Happy Memorial Day!

It is extremely dangerous leaving your pets in the car in the heat! Unfortunately we are already seeing dogs left in cars and it’s hotter than you think! Pets overheat quickly, so don’t leave your pets in a car.