The 911 Board is responsible for assessing and, subsequently, increasing our City’s ability to receive emergency services in the fastest possible time. This board evaluates the newest technologies in communication for use during emergency situations.
The Cultural Arts Commission promotes the availability of cultural experiences in the City and the enhancement of our community through the arts. This commission’s responsibilities include cataloging the paintings and various works of art in City Hall , sponsoring the … Continue reading
The Economic Development Commission meets on the third Tuesday of each month at 7:00 p.m. in City Hall. This Commission promotes and conducts business attraction and retention activities, reviews all development plans for aesthetic and economic impact, and researches new … Continue reading
The Electrical Commission was created to review the City’s Electrical Code and recommend changes when ever necessary. The Electrical Commission meets the second Thursday of each month at City Hall at 6:30 p.m.
The Environmental Commission is responsible for many important functions in the City, including sponsorship of the annual Beautification Awards program, Earth Arbor Day program, and Holiday House Decorating Contests. This commission also provides educational programs and materials to support recycling, … Continue reading
The Country Club Hills Housing Authority promotes fair housing practices. This Commission operates a Housing Acquisition and Rehabilitation Program, which consists of the purchasing, rehabilitation, and eventual selling of abandoned HUD homes. This program has been in existence for ten … Continue reading
This Commission is responsible for testing, screening and creating an eligibility list for vacancies in the Police and Fire Departments.
The Veterans Commission addresses issues that concern military veterans of Country Club Hills and their families. The Veterans Commissioners also conduct research in order to provide information relative to education and burial benefits, as well as civic activities. The Veterans … Continue reading