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Mayor Barrett Pedersen, Trustees and Village staff held a ribbon cutting in June, 2017, to welcome Starbucks to Franklin Park. The popular international coffee retailer moved into a recently-constructed 2,500 SF building at 2800 Mannheim Road, on the northwest corner of Grand and Mannheim. The new retail facility features a drive-thru, an outdoor patio, a bright and spacious interior and nitro cold brew coffee on tap. The new Starbucks is located on a former BP gas station site, which was remediated by the property owner in 2009. 



The Village is pleased to welcome T-Mobile to Franklin Park. Mayor Barrett Pedersen, Trustees and Village staff held a ribbon cutting to celebrate the business's new facility at 2926 N. Mannheim Road, Unit 3. At their grand opening event, T-Mobile invited employees to shave their heads to raise money for Franklin Park children fighting cancer through the St. Baldrick's Foundation. T-Mobile's brand new space is part of a three-unit, 6,000 SF commercial development recently constructed by Glazier Corporation. 


Panattoni Development Company

The Village of Franklin Park held a ribbon cutting to celebrate the completion of the largest construction project of 2016: a new 491,089 SF industrial speculative development by Panattoni Development Group at 3400 Wolf Road, the former site of Castle Metals. Over 300,000 square feet of the building has already been leased to distribution firm CST. Panattoni Development Company is one of the largest privately held real estate development companies in the world and has 24 offices in the United States, Canada and Europe. 


Molto Properties

The Village of Franklin Park celebrated the construction of a new 367,000 SF industrial speculative development by Molto Properties with a ribbon-cutting in early November of 2016. The new building at 10501 Seymour Avenue will be followed by construction of a second 106,000 SF industrial speculative building on the same site. Colliers International is currently seeking industrial users for the new space, which is located across the street from O’Hare Airport and less than a mile to I-294 and the I-90 interchange.


Chipotle is open for business in Franklin Park!

Mayor Barrett Pedersen,Trustees Karen Special , John Johnson and Andy Ybarra, Clerk Irene Avitia and Village staff cut the ribbon to officially welcome the new restaurant to the area. Chipotle Mexican Grill is located at 2926 Mannheim Road. Chipotle offers a menu of burritos, tacos, burrito bowls (a burrito without the tortilla) and salads made from fresh, high-quality raw ingredients that are sustainably grown.


Grupo Omnilife SA de CV

Grupo Omnilife SA de CV develops, manufactures, and markets nutritional foods, drinks, and dietary supplements and offers weight-loss products, vitamins and supplements and beauty care products. They are located at 10007 Grand Ave.


Clear Snow Around Hydrants

The Village is asking residents and business owners to clean around fire hydrants when cleaning snow from their properties and driveways Please clear an area of about 3 feet around each hydrant to allow firefighters to effectively connect to and open a hydrant. Please do not dump snow into the street or onto a neighbor’s property. If you cannot participate, contact the Fire Department at 847-678-2400. Thank you for your cooperation!


Cold weather tips!

Remember​ a few simple steps can help you to protect your pipes from freezing. Start by opening the cabinet doors to help warm up the pipes. You can prevent freezing by keeping a small trickle of water running through the pipes on extra cold days.

When spending time outdoors during cold weather, watch for signs of frostbite, including skin that is whitish and stiff and will feel numb rather than painful.  If you notice these signs, take immediate action.

  • Wear several layers of lightweight clothing.The air between the layers of clothing acts as insulation to keep you warmer.
  • Cover your head. You lose as much as 50 percent of your body heat through your head.
  • Wear mittens rather than fingered gloves. The contact of your fingers keeps your hands warmer.
  • Wear warm leg coverings and heavy socks or two pairs of lightweight socks.
  • Cover your ears and the lower part of your face.  The ears, nose, chin and forehead are most susceptible to frostbite.  Cover your mouth with a scarf to protect the lungs from directly inhaling extremely cold air.

To learn more about how to prevent pipes from freezing, click here ....

​Finally, remember your pets! ​Animals suffer from frostbite and hypothermia


Warming Centers Available

Please stay safe during winter's extreme weather! When temperatures drop to dangerously cold levels, consider limiting travel if at all possible, and check on friends, family, neighbors, and the elderly. If you must travel and are traveling in a car, bring extra clothing to keep warm in case of breakdown.

Local Warming Centers

Norwood Park

7833 W. Lawrence Ave. Norridge, IL

9:00am-4:00pm M-THU
9:00am-3:00pm FRI
Transport: No


2620 N. Mannheim Road Franklin Park, IL

6:00am-9:00pm M-F
9:00am-3:00pm SAT
Transport: No

Franklin Park Community Center

                9560 Franklin Ave. Franklin Park

            Monday -Thursday: 9am-8pm
            Friday: 9am-5pm
            Saturday: 9am-12pm
            Sunday: Closed

Centre at North Park

            10040 Addison Ave. Franklin Park

            Monday -Thursday: 9am-8pm
            Friday: 9am-5pm
            Saturday: 9am-12pm
            Sunday: Closed

Franklin Park Police Department

            9451 Belmont Ave., Franklin Park

List of overnight shelter by Housing Foward

Police Officer and Firefighter of the Year Honored

The Franklin Park-Manila Lions Club honored our Police and Fire Department members and thanked them for their service to our community. A special award was presented to Police Officer of the Year, Rob Emmett, an 18 year veteran of the department. While attending a Fourth of July celebration, Officer Emmett found a man lying on the ground. He and his wife Michele, who is a nurse, performed CPR and were able to resuscitate the person who was in full cardiac arrest. Had it not been for their efforts, the man would have died.

Lt. Tim Monroe was named Firefighter of the Year after recently retiring with more than 27 years of dedicated service. He was known to be a fair and impartial leader who prided himself on hearing all sides before making a decision. Educating his crews was his highest priority and he often went on emergency calls to use the incidents as a training opportunity. He will remain in the community and will run the Park District’s hockey program.


Village Will Recycle Christmas Trees

The Village's Department of Public Works will remove discarded Christmas trees and chip and mulch them to support landscaping efforts. Pick up will take place on January 8 and 16. Put your tree on the front parkway by the curb and do not place them in the alley. Please be sure to remove all lights, ornaments, tinsel and other decorations.


Leyden Family Services Information and Assistance Days

Leyden Family Services will be at Village Hall on Wednesday, Jan 10 and 24 from 9:30 AM to 11:30 AM to help residents who have questions or need help applying for the government assistance programs listed below. Please remember to bring your award letter from Social Security and paycheck stubs that show the amount of income you receive. Many of the following programs require additional information to be brought with you so make sure to read the Document Checklist BEFORE you visit: Document Checklist

  • Medicare
  • Medicaid
  • SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program)
  • Medicare Savings Program
  • Benefit Access (License plate discount and ride free bus/train pass)
  • Extra Help (prescription assistance)
  • Doctor bills that you don’t understand
  • LIHEAP (energy assistance-when available)


What Makes a Community Great?

Though we have had a mild winter thus far, if you have lived here long enough, you know the wind will blow and the snow will fly. Our Public Works staff does a great job clearing our Village streets. But nothing takes the place of neighbors helping neighbors. If possible, when you are out shoveling snow for your property, consider helping others to clear their path too. Some senior citizens are not able to participate in the Village’s subsided snow removal and need help clearing sidewalks and driveways. Making sure sidewalks are cleared throughout the town will help everyone.Many residents, including the elderly walk on the sidewalks to get to school, work or to access public transportation. Cleared sidewalks allow postal workers and delivery people to move around with ease. It also means that our emergency responders will have quick access to homes.

Clearing around hydrants can save time for firefighters and could possibly save a life. Winter weather can be isolating for some, so visit a lonely neighbor, share a favorite recipe or a good story and let the holiday spirit be present in our community throughout the year! If you have concerns about someone, call the Village and request a well-being check.

Meals on Wheels are also available in Franklin Park and can be arranged for someone who cannot easily get out of their house. Albert Schweitzer said that genuine progress is made hand-to–hand and heart-to-heart. Franklin Parkers demonstrate that spirit every day. We are a generous, caring community. Our dedication to family-friendly neighborhoods has made us a safe, welcoming and pleasant Village. What Makes a Community Great? YOU DO!


Mayor Barrett Pedersen


Contact Village Hall

(847) 671-4800

9500 Belmont Avenue
Franklin Park, IL 60131

Monday 8am - 4:30pm
Tuesday 8am - 4:30pm
Wednesday 8am - 6pm
Thursday 8am - 4:30pm
Friday 8am - 4:30pm
Saturday 9am - Noon



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