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A Community of Pride and Progress
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In 1980 Sauk Village had a population of 11,000 and over 3,000 homes. Today Sauk Village is a community stretching from Steger Road to Route 30 and from Burnham Avenue to Cottage Grove Avenue. In recent years Sauk Village has seen industrial expansion and has earned several awards. In 1984 Sauk Village was the recipient of the Governor's Home Town Award and also became recognized as a Certified City, 1 out of 15 in the entire State of Illinois.


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Hello and thanks for your interest in Sauk Village, Illinois. On behalf of Mayor David Hanks and the Board of Trustees, welcome to our web site, a main source of exploration and communication in our community.

Our local residents, as well as other internet visitors, can find a variety of information here from our history, to up-to-date events, to our recreation and senior programs.

 

NEWS IN TOWN   IMPORTANT INFO


THE NOVEMBER SAUK TALK IS AVAILABLE.

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ELECTION INFO:NOVEMBER ELECTIONS

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JOB OPENING

PUBLIC SAFETY DISPATCHER

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JOB OPENING

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HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGER

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JOBS AVAILABLE WITH SAUK VILLAGE BUSINESSES

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2016-2017 PROPOSED BUDGET

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RESIDENT HANDBOOK IS AVAILABLE ONLINE

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2016 PUBLIC WORKS SERVICES SCHEDULE

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SAFETY NOTICE FROM THE SAUK VILLAGE FIRE DEPARTMENT

PLEASE DO NOT USE YOUR STOVE TO HEAT YOUR HOME DURING THE COLD WEATHER MONTHS- CARBON DIOXIDE (A POISONOUS GAS) COULD ACCUMULATE IN YOUR HOME RESULTING IN INJURY OR DEATH..


BREAKFAST WITH SANTA, FREE HARVEST DINNER, COCOA, CAROLS, AND MORE IN THIS EDITION OF WHATS HAPPENING..

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MAYOR'S MID-YEAR BUDGET REVIEW

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VILLAGE VEHICLE STICKERS ARE ON SALE-FEES DOUBLE ON JULY 1ST

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COMED WILL BE INSTALLING SMART METERS IN SAUK VILLAGE STARTING THIS SUMMER

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MAYOR HANKS' EFFORTS LAND A MAJOR EXPANSION OF WINPAK FACILITY AT SAUK VILLAGE LOGISTIC CENTER

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WATER CONSERVATION INFO SHEET

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CHANGES TO THE WATER BILL- NO MORE PAST DUE NOTICES WILL BE SENT OUT- THE BILL WILL HAVE THREE DATES ON IT NOW.

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TIPS TO IDENTIFY AND AVOID THE IRS PHONE SCAM

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COM ED OFFERS FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE TO ELIGIBLE CUSTOMERS

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2015 SHARED SERVICES REPORT FOR NORTHERN ILLINOIS

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NEW VILLAGE WEBSITE

We are in the process of redesigning the Sauk Village website and would like your comments and suggestions.

How often do you access www.saukvillage.org?

What kind of information would you like to see on the website?

Please email Village Clerk Debbie Williams at
DWilliams@SaukVillage.org


Sauk Village Neighborhood Watch supports the No Texting While Driving pledge and the No Bullying pledge.

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This is a free service to help ensure better communication for the residents of Sauk Village.

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IEPA and Sauk Village Consent Order and Press Release from the Attorney General and the Mayor

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Fun Sauk Village Facts

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The area that is now known as Sauk Village has been a center of activity for hundreds of years. Originally, several Native American tribes inhabited this land, which is a part of an area of high ground surrounding Lake Michigan known as the Valparaiso Moraine. The Native Americans used this high ground for transporting herd animals and trade items. Though the Potawatomi and Sauk, from Michigan, became the namesake of the Sauk Trail. As the westward expansion increased during the 19th century, the Sauk tribes were forced to move westward. Annually, they would travel the Sauk Trail to collect treaty money from Canada and the United States.
 
Village Hall Hours

Sauk Village Municipal Center
Village Hall Hours are Monday to Friday from 8am to 5pm.

Municipal Center is located at 21801 Torrence Ave.

Phone:708-758-3330

FOIA Requests can be made at:

foia@saukvillage.org

SVPD FOIA Requests can be mailed to:

21801 Torrence Ave
Sauk Village, IL 60411

or e-mailed to

svpdfoia@saukvillage.org


    All information posted to this website will be approved by the Sauk Village Website Committee.  
   10/13/2015