Have You Experienced Damage from Flooding?
Franklin Park has experienced several high intensity rain storms in recent days. If you sustained damage, at any time, from either overland flooding or basement backup, please notify the village by completing the Damage Information Form as soon as possible.
We need your assistance in collecting this data to determine if funding is available to help with clean-up and to help the village to seek resources to alleviate future flooding. Please help us to compile information about where flooding has occurred and the damage it has caused to better facilitate ways to relieve flooding.
Save your receipts for future claims and if possible, take photos of the flood damage. Commercial and industrial property owners may also complete this form if they experienced any flooding.
Click here for the Flood Damage Information Form
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Please note: Once you complete the form, you can print a copy and/or save an electronic copy (use "File > Save As…" functionality in Adober Reader).
For your convenience, the Damage Information Form is also available at Village Hall, the Franklin Park Library and Community Center. If you need help completing the form, please contact Village Hall at (847) 671-4800.
Para español, llame al (847) 671-4800
Po polsku, zadzwoń (847) 671-4800
Thank you for your cooperation.
Engineering Department Information
Engineering for the Village is currently provided by Clark Dietz Engineers, a Midwest-based engineering firm specializing in planning, design and construction management. Clark Dietz provides concept development and design, project consultation and management, and consultation on permitting issues as well as general questions involving the floodplain and floodway, materials, construction methods.
Additionally, the firm is responsible for reviewing proposed developments throughout the Village. Questions regarding engineering or floodplain and floodway issues should be directed to the Village Engineer using the contact information on the right.
Visit the Clark Dietz Engineers website