• SSMMA

Despite pandemic pause, Orland Park advances with a mall, a campus and a plan

Campus on I-80 in Orland Park


Situated 25 miles southwest of Chicago, Orland Park is a bustling village of more than 58,000 residents.

The Metra train system transports commuters back and forth to the Loop and O’Hare International Airport. The Orland Square Mall opened in 1976 with more than 1 million square feet of shopping, sparking substantial economic and residential growth in the village.

Today, Orland Park continues to adjust to the changes in mall shopping, the proximity to downtown Chicago, and the economic differences pre- and post-pandemic…Please click here to read Bob Moulesong’s story in the Times.

0 views0 comments

Village of Alsip  •  Village of Beecher  •  City of Blue Island  •  Village of Burnham  •  City of Calumet City  •  Village of Calumet Park  •  City of Chicago Heights  •  City Of Country Club Hills  •  Village of Crestwood  •  Village of Crete  •  Village of Dixmoor  •  Village of Dolton  •  Village of East Hazel Crest  •  Village of Flossmoor  •  Village of Ford Heights  •  Village of Glenwood  •  City of Harvey  •  Village of Hazel Crest  •  Village of Homewood  •  Village of Lansing  •  Village of Lynwood  •  City of Markham  •  Village of Matteson  •  Village of Midlothian  •  Village of Mokena  •  Village of Monee  •  City of Oak Forest  •  Village of Olympia Fields  •  Village of Orland Hills  •  Village of Orland Park  •  Village of Park Forest  •  Village of Peotone  •  Village of Phoenix  •  Village of Posen  •  Village of Richton Park  •  Village of Riverdale  •  Village of Robbins  •  Village of Sauk Village  •  Village of South Chicago Heights  •  Village of South Holland  •  Village of Steger  •  Village of Thornton  •  Village of Tinley Park  •  Village of University Park  •  Village of Worth

  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • LinkedIn

© 2021 by South Suburban Mayors and Managers Association