Whether you are a resident, a local business employee, or a visitor to Hickory Hills, we encourage you to “HEAD FOR THE HILLS FIRST” when it comes to shopping and buying products and services.
This business directory was compiled by community volunteers working with the Hills Chamber of Commerce.
We encourage you to retain this directory and refer to it first … before you go shopping.
Hickory Hills residents are especially encouraged to patronize our local business community to support it and the significant contributions it makes to our quality of life and our local economy.
WHY SHOP AND BUY IN HICKORY HILLS FIRST?
VARIETY, VALUE, CONVENIENCE … AND … LOWER SALES TAXES
Hickory Hills local entrepreneurs and members of the Hills Chamber of Commerce offer a wide variety of products and services which consumers and business owners need or desire. They are nearby and competitively priced.
Of course, everyone should shop and buy based on value and price. However … when calculating the true costs of what you want … don’t forget to include the costs in time, aggravation and fuel spent in traveling a distance to save a buck or two. Likewise, Hickory Hills sales taxes are often lower than those elsewhere.
When you add it all up … it pays to … HEAD FOR THE HILLS!
WHY HICKORY HILLS RESIDENTS SHOULD SUPPORT OUR LOCAL BUSINESSES
$36,393,366 is the amount of Sales Tax revenue that Hickory Hills businesses generated to help fund city services from 1996 to 2017. Annually, sales tax revenues account for about 15 to 20 % of the City’s General Fund budget. Property taxes paid by Hickory Hills businesses are also a major source of local government revenue and support our local schools, parks, libraries, and other services.
HICKORY HILLS RESIDENTS CAN LOOK AT IT THIS WAY: when you shop and buy locally, you are getting an indirect rebate or discount that is invested back in our community.
(a searchable directory of Hickory Hills businesses)
(a printable PDF version of the Hickory Hills business Directory)
The Hills Chamber of Commerce
Serving Hickory Hills and Palos Hills
Phyllis Majka, President