Beach Park has been pursuing pedestrian facilities along Sheridan Road for a few years, with a sincere effort to fund and construct a safe crosswalk in light of the fatality in October 2015.  Yesterday’s pedestrian fatality renews the Village’s push for review and approval expediency from IDOT so that we may create a safe Beach Park community.  For more details, click on this link to our Construction Page

Attached is a link to the Lake County Forest Preserve for information regarding controlled burns in our area.

Lyons Woods Forest Preserve Habitat Restoration Information

Please keep in mind that the Village requires a Special Event Permit for any type of event on your property that requires a special use such as a tent onsite or special parking request. 

ALL PERMITS ARE REQUIRED TO BE APPLIED FOR 30 DAYS IN ADVANCE.  If you are unsure whether your event requires a permit, please contact the Village Hall at 847/746-1770.

For information regarding our newly adopted Rental Registration Program click on the following links:  Rental Inspection Guidelines Rental Inspection Application 

If you have any questions please contact Patti at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 847/246-6001 or Jerry, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 847/246-6007

For more information on controlled burns in your area visit the Lake County Forest Preserve website

Current parking regulations for the Village of Beach Park are as follows:

Ordinance 10.08.010 states: Parking will only be allowed where curbs and gutters currently exist, in an area that a parking plan is specified and posted, or between the hours of 6:00 AM and 1:00 AM the following day on the odd numbered side of the street.

Ordinance 10.08.050 states: It is unlawful for any person to park or permit to be parked or to leave standing, any motorized vehicle on any street or shoulder within the village limits at any time after a snow begins to fall and for a period of eight (8) hours after snow stops falling when the snow on the streets exceeds two inches (2") in depth, or until snow removal operations are completed.