The decision has been made to close Village Hall for any non-emergency services beginning March 18th, 2020 continuing until April 7th , 2020. Click Here for more information. *********************************************************

The The Oak Lawn Police department is implementing additional safety precautions to further protect our residents and police officers and to limit unnecessary contacts during this difficult time. Click here for the full press release ********************************************************


Oak Lawn Residents and Seniors,


The Village of Oak Lawn has reached out to the following grocery stores in Oak Lawn regarding their operations and hours over the coming weeks. 

 Click here for stors with senior/high risk hours

For seniors or other residents who are looking for a way to have groceries delivered, there are companies online where residents can order groceries and have them delivered directly to their home for a deliver charge.


The company has a program called “leave at my doorstep” delivery.

For more information go to this page  

Many of the Oak Lawn stores below are served by this delivery service:


  1. Jewel           95th and Pulaski  
  2. Jewel           103rd and Kilpatrick
  3. Jewel            88th and Ridgeland
  4. Marianos      110th and Cicero
  5. Fairplay         87th and Cicero
  6. Walgreens     95th and Cicero
  7. Walgreens      95th and McVicker
  8. Walgreens      6001 W 95th St,
  9. Petco              6225 W 95th Street
  10. Almahjar Food Mart      108th and Cicero
  11. American Health Foods           5142 W. 95th Street
  12. Annapurna Grocery      4951 W 95th Street
  13.  Joe & Frank’s   87th and Ridgeland



We appreciate your patience during this challenging situation.  The Village will continue to provide updates as we move forward. 


Community Announcements

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Community Safety Update

There has been much talk in social media about community safety lately and Oak Lawn Police Chief Murray provided Oak Lawn Matters with numbers for burglary from 2011 to 2015.  We wanted to know if burglaries were up, or were we just hearing about them more due to improved communication through social media and Everbridge alerts.

The numbers of reported incidents show that the numbers for burglary, residential burglary and vehicle burglary fluctuate quite a bit from year to year.  In 2015 there were 108 total burglaries reported and 116 vehicle burglaries.  This compares very favorably to 2011 when there were 139 total burglaries and 202 vehicle burglaries. 

The chart below shows the numbers of reported incidents, and reflect “raw numbers” from 2011-2015.   

Community Safety Update 


Police Chief Murray explained that numbers fluctuate naturally and they will continue to do so.  The overall trend is stable for Oak Lawn and residents can be assured that there is not a large spike in reported burglaries, despite the increased awareness.  

Residents are encouraged to be aware of their surroundings, know their neighbors and call 911 if anything seems out of the ordinary.  Police can not be everywhere and they really appreciate the calls they are getting.  Many residents hesitate to call 9-1-1 because they are afraid of “bothering” someone.  Police Chief Murray says getting tips from residents is critical and never hesitate to call 9-1-1 if something seems amiss.  

If you have not done so already, please sign yourself and family up for Everbridge Community Alerts.  These alerts are used to give residents the facts they need when they need them.  Signing up is easy.  Simply click this link (also found on the Village of Oak Lawn website main page):

Remember, if we can’t reach you, we can’t alert you!