City of Palos Hills
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Welcome to the City of Palos Hills

We hope you find your journey through our virtual city to be both beneficial and informative. has a lot to offer including downloadable/printable city forms and applications, upcoming city events calendar and a gateway to all of your city departments.

Please enjoy your tour and stop back often.

Help Protect Basic Services and Quality of Life in Your Community

Visit and voice your position

The Illinois Legislature and Governor Rauner are considering taking local revenue to patch the state’s budget holes at the expense of Illinois’ cities and villages.

This local revenue funds basic services like police and fire protection, road repairs and maintenance, garbage collection, infrastructure projects, and snowplowing. If the state proposal becomes a reality, the City of Palos Hills would lose $900,000 annually.

Our community is opposed to raising taxes or eliminating essential services or vital public works projects to make up for the lost revenue.

You Can Help:

  • Tell Springfield that they can’t fix their problem by shifting the burden onto local communities.
  • Visit to send a letter to your legislators and Governor Rauner urging them not to take our tax dollars.

Parking on City Streets from 2:00 AM to 6:00 AM

Per City Ordinance 10.08.040

No motor vehicle shall be parked, stopped or left standing, whether attended or unattended, on a public thoroughfare, public highway or street in Palos Hills between 2:00 a.m. and 6:00 a.m. on any day of the week.

Overnight Parking Exceptions:

All night parking shall be granted provided the citizen contacts our dispatch centers non-emergency number (708) 598-2151 and provides their name, address, vehicle information and telephone number.

Exception may only be granted up to three times per year for (3) consecutive nights each. Any extension must be approved by The Police Department Watch Commander.

No overnight excetions shall be given when snow begins to fall until snow removal operations have been completed. The police department may also suspend overnight exceptions anytime overnight snowfall is expected.

Please DO NOT call 9-1-1 for overnight parking

CALL 708-598-2151

This page was last published at: 2015-04-29 10:26:24


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Labor Day - Memorial Day
3rd Saturday of each month
9:00am - 12:00pm


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