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About Orland Park

Orland Park is a large, thriving village in Illinois' Cook County, about 25 miles southwest of downtown Chicago. It's considered one of the most affluent suburbs of Chicago and has become a highly desirable place to live.

When the Wabash, St. Louis and Pacific Railroad extended its track through the small community in 1879, just a few hundred residents lived in the area. The city grew rapidly once the railroad arrived, and in 1892, Orland Park was officially incorporated as a village.

Living in Orland Park

Orland Park has been celebrated for its quality of life and named among the best places to live in America by national publications. It's a very popular village for families, drawn by its convenient amenities, excellent recreational opportunities and well-rated schools. Local events draw plenty of participants, ranging from holiday events like the Thanksgiving Turkey Trot to small charity events supported by the local schools.

The village is enhanced by a number of local parks, including Dogwood Park, Prairie Park and Park Hill Park, as well as a number of recreational facilities such as the Centennial Park Aquatic Center, the Sportplex and the Winter Wonderland Ice Rink. One of the most popular spots for locals is Lake Segdewick. There, you can enjoy fishing, kayaking and boating, as well as hiking trails and scenic views.

Jobs in Orland Park

Locals in Orland Park work in predominately white-collar jobs, which is due in part to the higher-than-average education levels of the population. Horton Insurance, RQA and Madison Construction all have headquarters in Orland Park. The large Orland Square Mall is another major local employer, with approximately 150 stores including Macy's, JCPenney, Sears and Carson Pirie Scott.

The village's unemployment rate is considerably lower than the state average, indicating it's a good place to be searching for a job. It's also not uncommon for locals to commute to Chicago for work, opening up a much wider range of job options.

Orland Park Schools

Orland Park schools fall under the jurisdiction of three school districts: Orland School District 135, Kirby School District 140 and Consolidated High School District 230. There are also a few private schools in the community as well as several options just outside its limits.

A number of universities and community colleges in the local area make it convenient to seek higher education, including the Orland Park campus of Robert Morris University.

Resources for Moving to Orland Park

Here's some handy information for organizing your move to Orland Park:

  • Utilities: The village's utilities department facilitates water and sewer services. Commonwealth Edison is the community's selected energy provider.
  • Garbage and Recycling: Trash, recyclables and yard waste are collected on a regular schedule. Your neighborhood's location generally determines your pick-up dates.
  • Transportation: Both the Metra rail and Pace Bus serve Orland Park, and commuter parking is offered at the local stations.

Orland Park Housing

Orland Park has a range of both old and new dwellings to appeal to a variety of tastes and needs. Some of its most charming homes can be found in the Old Orland Historic District. Beautiful properties dating to the 1880s are featured here alongside antiques stores and jewelry boutiques. The high-end apartments of Ninety7Fifty on the Park provide a luxurious, low-maintenance option that's popular with busy Orland Park professionals. Despite its high desirability, Orland Park is fairly affordable, with a median home price that closely follows the Chicago metro area averages.