Illinois Environmental Protection Agency Director John Kim announced the Village of Richton Park will receive almost $90,679 in Green Infrastructure Grant Opportunity (GIGO) funding to implement the Town Center Stormwater Improvements. Read on...
Former Richton Park resident and Rich South High School graduate Michael Leach has been appointed as the White House’s first ever Chief Diversity & Inclusion Director! Read on...
Tis' the season for our FREE BUILDING PERMIT PROGRAM! While at home, thinking about making those improvements to your residence now? Now that the weather is warmer, the time has come once more for clean-up and fix-up. Read on...
We've released the Spring Edition of VIEWS. This issue is the largest to date, featuring great content on successful Richton Park natives, COVID-19, achievements, community engagement, fundraising efforts, lifestyle improvement, and Spring tips. Read VIEWS Here!
Happy Spring, Richton Park! It is my absolute pleasure to have been able to serve you for the past twenty years. I am both humbled and honored to have the privilege of leading our Village for a sixth term. Read Entire Message Here
We are excited to announce our partnership with CGI Communications , Inc. (CGI) to create a series of promotional and educational videos highlighting all Richton Park has to offer existing and future residents, visitors and businesses. Watch the Video Announcement Here
The Richton Park Police Department is proud to announce the promotion of Officer Jalye LaPorte to the position of Corporal. Corporal LaPorte became a member of the Richton Park Police Department in July of 2016. Read on...