Orland Park Police To Host Neighborhood Meetings

Orland Park Police To Host Neighborhood Meetings
Posted on 04/23/2021


Orland Park Police To Host Neighborhood Meetings


Orland Park, IL (April 23, 2021)-The Orland Park Police Department has announced its schedule for neighborhood meetings to be held at the Orland Park Civic Center, located at 14750 S. Ravinia Avenue.

“The neighborhood meetings are a great way for residents and businesses to learn about what’s happening in their areas and to learn what they can do to help keep their neighborhoods safe,” said Orland Park Police Chief Joe Mitchell. “It’s also a great way for police personnel to meet the people in the area.”

Neighbors in Beats 1 and 7 will meet on Monday, May 3 at 6:30 p.m. Beat 1 runs from LaGrange Road west to 108th Avenue, from 143rd Street south to 153rd Street. Beat 7 is west of 108th Avenue, north of 159th Street and goes north slightly past 139th Street. Beat 7 stops at Will-Cook Road on the west. 

“The neighborhood meetings enable our personnel to meet with the residents of each area in a comfortable, stress free environment,” said Mitchell. “Police personnel are able to share information for specific areas and can answer any questions people may have.”

Neighbors in Beats 2 and 3 will meet Thursday, May 6 at 6:30 p.m. Beat 2 is north of 143rd Street and with parts running north to 131st Street. It spans from LaGrange Road east to approximately 86th Avenue. Beat 3 is north of 159th Street from Orlan Brook Drive east to Harlem Avenue.


On Monday, May 10, Neighbors in Beats 4 and 5 will gather at the Orland Park Civic Center at 6:30 p.m.  Beat 4 is north of 151st Street, west of LaGrange Road and runs to approximately 85th Avenue. Beat 5 is south of 151st Street and runs east and west from LaGrange Road to Orlan Brook Drive. 

Those in Beats 6 and 8 will gather on Thursday, May 13 at 6:30 p.m. Beat 6 is south of 167th Street, west of 104th Avenue and includes areas south of 183rd Street.  Beat 8 is west of LaGrange Road, south of 153rd Street to 167th Street and runs west to Will Cook Road.

“We encourage everyone to visit the website to see in which beat they live. Look up the beat meeting for your neighborhood and join us at the meeting,” Mitchell said. 

Residents can determine in which beat they reside by visiting
https://bit.ly/2Su6l6a. For more information, call the non-emergency number for the police department at 708/349-4111.