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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.


Vehicle Stickers On Sale Now

Vehicle Stickers must be displayed on the lower right corner of your windshield by July 1. Passenger car stickers cost $30. Seniors receive one free vehicle sticker per household. Owners of electric vehicles receive a free vehicle sticker and hybrid vehicles pay a reduced rate of $15. Call 847-671-4800 with questions. Purchase a vehicle sticker at Village Hall, via mail for renewals or on-line here ...... !


Closure Begin for Work on Tri-State Tollway Project

Shoulder closures and overnight lane reductions scheduled between Rosemont and Franklin Park will begin this week on the Tollway (I-294), with initial construction scheduled between Balmoral Avenue in Rosemont and Wolf Road in Franklin Park. Weather permitting, the outside shoulders in both directions on I-294 between Rosemont and Franklin Park will be closed for repair work scheduled to last through June.

When shoulder work is complete, traffic in both directions is scheduled to shift to the outside lanes and roadway work will begin between Balmoral Avenue and the O’Hare Oasis. The Tollway will maintain four lanes of traffic in both directions by shifting traffic to safely accommodate drivers and provide work zones during construction. Additional lane closures will be scheduled as needed during overnight and off-peak hours for construction. Work to advance the project includes repairing, resurfacing and widening I-294 to five lanes between Balmoral Avenue and Wolf Road in Franklin Park, as well as reconstructing barrier walls, medians and shoulders in this area.

As part of the work in this section, the bridges carrying I-294 over Irving Park Road, Lawrence Avenue and the Canadian National Railroad in Schiller Park will be repaired and portions of the ramps connecting Irving Park Road to I-294 will be reconstructed. Improvements as part of this project also include guardrail, drainage, lighting, signage and landscaping improvements.

Read the entire Illinois Tollway press release here......

Water Survey Regarding Cross Connections and Service Lines

Water Survey Regarding Cross Connections and Service Lines The Illinois Environmental Protection Agency (IEPA) requires that all water systems in the State have an effective Cross Connection Control Program. Cross connections within the public water supply are a serious concern, as they can allow contaminants or pollutants to enter the public water system through what is called “backflow”. Backflow occurs when a drop-in water pressure causes your water to flow in the opposite direction. This can allow contaminated or polluted water to flow back into your drinking water. Given the IEPA regulations and the dangers that exist from unprotected cross connections, it is necessary to establish and maintain an effective cross connection control program to protect both the integrity of Franklin Park’s water supply as well as to protect our water customers.

In order to provide the best program possible, the Village of Franklin Park has contracted with Backflow Solutions, Inc. to inspect our water supply. Backflow Solutions, Inc. is a professional service company fully devoted to helping public and private water systems with development, implementation and maintenance of cross connection control program. Also, the Village is required by law to determine what type of service lines exists for all connections in our Village. If you are unsure about how to determine if you have a lead or copper water service line, there is easy to use information below to help you or you can call 847-671-8252.

Please complete the survey recently mailed and return it to the Village. You can also complete it on-line at www.bsiprograms.com/surveys. If you have questions regarding cross connections, call 800-414-4990.

Franklin Park Lead Pipe Identification Brochure....


Please Maintain Your Lawns

Residents are encouraged to mow their lawn on a regular basis and eliminate weeds in alleys and areas behind homes. Grass and weeds cannot exceed six inches in height because mosquitoes and rodents can hide and breed there. The Village will start issuing tickets to homeowners if their grass is over six inches high. If you are disabled or elderly and need assistance complying, please call us at 847-671-4800. Also, if you see properties that need to be maintained, please alert the Village. Thank you for your cooperation!


Schedule Your Garage Sale

It’s time to plan your garage sale and sell your stuff to someone else! Residents must register with the Clerk’s office one week prior to the sale. There is no cost to register. A garage or yard sale sign can only be placed on your property. Sales can be held for a maximum of 30 hours within a three day period. Sale hours cannot be earlier than 8 AM and must end by 7 PM. There is a limit of 2 garage sales per year per address.

To register for a sale, call 847-671-8242, visit the Clerk’s Office at Village Hall or apply on-line HERE. .


Quiet Zone Update

The Village has received verbal notification that we have been approved for a $1.1 million Pedestrian Rail Safety Grant! The grant will fund a significant portion of the safety improvements needed at the pedestrian crossing at the Calwagner and 25th Street grade crossings and the Metra Station. Next, we will be working with Metra to design and construct the safety improvements. The Village will make street improvements including installing a median barrier at 25th and Ruby. Watch our Village newsletter for updates as we move closer to obtaining a Quite Zone Designation in Franklin Park! .



Annual Business Appreciation Luncheon

Each year we take the opportunity to thank Franklin Park businesses for their investment in our community. These businesses employ thousands of workers and make our Village a vital center for industry. We are continuing to see growth in our Village. In 2017, over 1.3 million square feet was developed. Currently we have 2.2 million square feet of new development under construction. CenterPoint Properties, Bridge Development, Ridge Development and Molto Properties are constructing state-of-the art manufacturing and distribution facilities.

Businesses are also growing in Franklin Park. Koch Foods added 250 new jobs upon the completion of their $14 million expansion. Digital Realty is adding another 18 acres to their campus on Grand Avenue. A primary reason for companies expanding and locating in Franklin Park is our proximity to O’ Hare International Airport and the adjacent rail and highway infrastructure. Access and connectivity is a critical factor for 21st century businesses. Our luncheon keynote speaker, Tollway Chairman Bob Schillerstrom, has been an outspoken advocate for transportation improvements that increase access for suburban businesses and build their industrial corridors. At the luncheon, Chairman Schillerstrom outlined the Tollway’s plans for the reconstruction of the Central Tri-State, I 294, that will greatly reduce traffic congestion. He also noted the benefits of the new 390 and the upcoming 490 which will have exit and entrance ramps onto Franklin Avenue.

The Taft Avenue Extension will provide quicker routes to and around O’ Hare and will lessen truck traffic on our local streets. The Village is also investing in the reconstruction of Franklin Avenue which will support new growth along that corridor. Franklin Park businesses are the backbone of our Village and we appreciate their investment in our Village and their confidence in our administration. Thanks to all.

Summer Lawns

Summer brings the opportunity to get outdoors and enjoy picnics, local festivals and backyard BBQ’s with friends. Keeping our lawns well maintained supports the attractiveness of our neighborhoods. But did you know it also supports our health? Unkempt, over grown lawns and weeds are breeding grounds for rodents, mosquitoes and ticks which can spread illnesses. The Village has started issuing tickets to homeowners if their grass is over six inches high. If you are disabled or elderly and need assistance complying, please call us at 847-671-4800. Also, if you see properties that need to be maintained, please alert the Village at inspections@vofp.com. Thank you for your cooperation! Have a healthy, safe and FUN summer!


Photo caption: Illinois Tollway Chairman Bob Schillerstrom updates Franklin Park businesses on the ‘Move Illinois’ program designed to reduce congestion and increase connectivity.

Mayor Barrett Pedersen


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