November 18, 2020 Update from the Mayor

November 18, 2020 Update from the Mayor

Illinois public health officials reported 11,632 newly confirmed and probable case of COVID and 37 additional fatalities. Hickory Hills now has 588 confirmed cumulative cases of COVID and 10 COVID related deaths.

Free Flu Shots at Palos Hills Community Center Courtesy of Jewel Osco


Register Now to Attend the Lights of Hickory Hills Annual Event December 1st at 6:30 p.m.

While many community events have been cancelled due to COVID, the City’s Lights of Hickory Holiday Celebration will still take place, but with socially distanced measures and safeguards. Our amazing Community Affairs Committee Volunteers have modified the tree lighting event into a Drive-In Tree Lighting Ceremony to help families get into the holiday spirit. On December 1st at 6:30, the City Hall Park will be transformed into a dazzling display of lights. Little ones that have been good this year can also expect a treat from a special guest. This free community event, for all ages, will be viewed from the comfort and safety of your vehicles. No worries about the weather, you will stay warm and dry in your car. There are a limited number of spots so pre-registration is required by calling City Hall at 598-4800.

Hands-Only CPR
Did you know that you are better able to save a life if you know Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)? Please visit the important links below to learn more:

Learn how to perform Hands-Only CPR with this informative Video

CPR Facts and Figures

One Big Rat

One Big Bird

Mask Up and please limit your time in public indoor settings as much as possible over these next few weeks.

Mayor Mike