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Village of Posen Public Meetings will be conducted Remotely and Broadcasted Live Due to increases of Covid-19 Outbreaks

Due to an increase of Covid cases in the area, The Mayor has issued an executive order for the Village of Posen Committee Meeting and Regular Board Meetings for the Month of September to be held remotely and the Village Hall will NOT be open to the public. All Board members will participate remotely and the meetings will be broadcasted Live on Facebook. Any questions from the public for the meeting can be emailed directly to the Village Clerk at mmyers@villageofposen.org prior to 5pm on the meeting day. All questions must include your name and address for the record. All questions will be read aloud during the public portion of the meeting. The emergency order includes meetings to be held on September 14th and September 28th.

“Section 6. During the duration of the Gubernatorial Disaster Proclamation, the provisions of the Open Meetings Act, 5 ILCS 120, requiring or relating to in-person attendance by members of a public body are suspended. Specifically, (1) the requirement in 5 ILCS 120/2.01 that “members of a public body must be physically present” is suspended; and (2) the conditions in 5 ILCS 120/7 limiting when remote participation is permitted are suspended. Public bodies are encouraged to postpone consideration of public business where possible. When a meeting is necessary, public bodies are encouraged to provide video, audio, and/or telephonic access to meetings to ensure members of the public may monitor the meeting and to update their websites and social media feeds to keep the public fully apprised of any modifications to their meeting schedules or the format of their meetings due to COVID-19, as well their activities relating to COVID-19.”


Tornado Siren Testing

Tornado Siren testing will begin on Tuesday January 7, 2020 at 10am

Siren Test will continue on the First Tuesday of Every Month at 10am.

Village Board Meetings Resume with Covid-19 Precautions

We are pleased to announce that our Regular Village Board Meeting will take place on Tuesday August 11th. The regular Committee Meeting will take place at 6:30pm and Village Board of Trustee Meeting will take immediately following the Committee Meeting.

The meeting will be open to the public. Families may sit next to each other. All others will be required to sit 6 feet apart. Masks are required to enter the Village Hall and must be worn at the meeting.

Videos of the meetings will continue to be posted on the Village Web site for residents unable to attend.

Questions from the Public for the Village Board may also be submitted via email to the Village Clerk at mmyers@villageofposen.org

ComEd Energy Efficiency Program- 65 Homes in Posen Completed.

UPDATED on 2/25/2020:  OVER 65 POSEN HOMES HAVE HAD ENERGY SAVINGS UPGRADES!!! THERE IS STILL TIME TO APPLY

Mayor Frank Podbielniak is happy to announce that the Chicagoland Vintage Home Association has agreed to accept the Village of Posen into their Pilot Program to provide free home energy upgrades. Mayor Podbielniak met with Mary Ellen Guest, Executive Director of the Chicagoland Vintage Home Association to request that Posen be included in this very important program. Mary Ellen was more than gracious to include our community into the program. Beginning Monday November 5th, 2018 residents meeting the requirements will be eligible for assistance through the program to receive free home energy upgrades. Applications are available in pdf format below for download or you can visit the website for the Chicagoland Vintage Homes Association to apply online. https://www.chicagolandvintagehomes.org/

Application forms can be downloaded by clicking the links below for English or Spanish

CVHA EU App 10.31.18_2018 AMI

CVHA ES App Spanish 10.31.18

Posen Beautification Awards-September 2019 Winner

2019 Winners

The Village of Posen Beautification Committee is pleased to announce
the September 2019 Winner for our monthly Beautification Award.

The Village of Posen Beautification Committee is pleased to announce
the August 2019 Winner for our monthly Beautification Award.

14501 Mozart

The Village of Posen Beautification Committee is pleased to announce
the July 2019 Winner for our monthly Beautification Award.

14732 Albany Ave.

The Village of Posen Beautification Committee is pleased to announce
the June 2019 Winner for our monthly Beautification Award.

14620 Sherman Ave

2018 Winners Below

The Village of Posen Beautification Committee is pleased to announce
the October 2018 Winner for our monthly Beautification Award.

14721 Albany Ave.

14416 Troy St.

14410 Sherman Ave. September Winners

14424 Mozart Ave. September Winners

The Village of Posen Beautification Committee is pleased to announce
the August Winners for our monthly Beautification Award.

14316 Division St. August Winners

3143 West 145th Street August Winners

14546 Sacramento Ave. July Winners

14546 Sacramento Ave

2526 Walter Zimny Drive July Winners


Congratulations and watch for our August winners soon!!

Road Resurfacing Project Nearing Completion

On Friday, August 26, 2021 Gallagher Paving began a road resurfacing project On Richmond Street from 147th Street to 150th Street, on Sacramento Avenue from 147th Street to 149th Street, and Albany Street from 145th Street to 144th Street. Also complete were the entry points from 147th Street to the alley entrance on Troy, Albany, and Whipple which included regrading the north alley entry. We are pleased to announce that we are now in the final phase of this project as Gallagher Paving applied the top surface and made final adjustments to sewer heights. The last of the project will include grass repairs in the parkway where curbs were replaced. As grass is replaced we ask our residents to please help us out to water the new grass so it looks great for the spring. Finally… A huge Thank You to all the residents on these streets who help this project along by moving your vehicles and keeping the road clear. Your cooperation helped move the project along without any delays.

Mayor Frank Podbielniak meeting with the project foreman
Mayor Frank Podbielniak and Trustee Yesenia Lopez checking on progress of Street Repaving Project

Homeowners: Are you missing exemptions on your property tax bill?

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PRESS RELEASE   FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
August 24, 2021
Scott Smith, Chief Communications Officer
312.919.3213, scott.smith@cookcountyil.gov



  Homeowners: Are you missing exemptions on your property tax bill? How to apply for Certificate(s) of Error COOK COUNTY – As homeowners in Cook County receive their 2020 Second Installment Tax Bills (tax bill) in the mail they are encouraged to look at the bottom left corner to ensure that the correct exemption(s) are applied. If a homeowner believes they are entitled to an exemption that is not reflected on their tax bill, they can apply for what is called a Certificate of Error. The Certificate of Error process provides homeowners an opportunity to redeem missing exemptions for up to three years in addition to the current tax year. Homeowners can now apply for the 2020, 2019, 2018, and 2017 tax years. Property Tax Bill   Certificate of Error applications with copies of supporting documentation can be filed online, by mail, or in person. Homeowners are strongly encouraged to apply online as representatives from the Assessor’s Office can easily provide updates on the status of applications. Please see the full list of property tax exemptions administered by the Assessor’s Office here: cookcountyassessor.com/exemptions. This year, many exemptions auto-renewed to make the process more convenient for homeowners. In addition to the Homeowner and Senior exemptions, the Assessor’s Office processed auto-renewals for the “Senior Freeze”, Veterans with Disabilities, and Persons with Disabilities exemptions. In total, more than 1.1 million exemptions were auto-renewed, which provided millions of dollars in tax relief to homeowners in Cook County. As a reminder, homeowners are responsible for paying the entirety of the tax bill to the Cook County Treasurer’s Office by October 1, 2021. If the Certificate of Error application is granted, either a corrected tax bill or a refund for the difference will be issued. Please download a copy of the new brochure, How to Apply for Missing Property Tax Exemptions that is available in six languages. Download PDF   How to contact the Assessor’s Office: Send Message: www.cookcountyassessor.com/contact
By Phone: (312) 443-7550
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