COVID-19, Special Alert

An Important Message from the Mayor

MAYOR-Coronavirus

For the safety of all and in abundance of caution, the Hickory Hills City Hall will be closed to the public starting Wednesday, March 18th until further notice. However, the City Hall Staff will continue to conduct business via telephone (708) 598-4800; email hhclerk@hickoryhillsil.org or fax at (708) 430-6245.

Any payments can be dropped off in the drop off box located in the City Hall parking lot, paid online, or paid over the phone. We are also implementing a 30-day extension for all license renewals effective immediately. This includes business licenses and liquor licenses.

The Hickory Hills Community Center will be closed to all groups until further notice. You may reach personnel at the community center by calling (708) 237-4150.

For additional information on business transactions and to stay informed, please contact City Clerk D’Lorah Catizone at hhclerk@hickoryhillsil.org.

As a reminder the Hickory Hills Police Department is always available for emergency situations by calling 911 or non-emergency matters at (708) 598-1313.

We know these are stressful times and we hope you can take time to enjoy these days with your family and please follow the social distancing recommendations.

The Hickory Hills City Council, the City Clerk and myself, as well as the city employees are working diligently to maintain essential municipal services that are even more crucial during these times. Moreover, we intend to provide as much non-essential municipal services as possible while we make every effort to safeguard the health of our employees.

Please support our local restaurants during this time of crisis. While dine in seating is no longer allowed, pick up, delivery and drive-thrus remain open for business under the Governor’s order. Many restaurant owners and workers will be hit hard by this situation so whatever we can do to support them will be so meaningful……and we all could use a break from cooking at home.

We will continue to keep you updated through the city website and City of Hickory Hills Facebook page. Additional information is below.

Please do not hesitate to contact us if you or someone you know is in need and we will do our best to assist. Most importantly, be safe and know that if we all work together and follow the public health directives we will get through this.

Keep safe, trust the direction of medical experts and respect one another as we practice social distancing.

Mayor Mike