Fostering understanding of the life and work of Ernest Hemingway with emphasis on his Oak Park origins and his impact on world literature.
Engaging, educating and inspiring the public through architecture, design and the legacy of Frank Lloyd Wright, and preserving the Trust's historic sites and collections.
A guide to Oak Park's 12 business districts.
A history museum, research center, and archives located in Pleasant Home.
A grassroots family and consumer self-help support, education, and advocacy organization dedicated to improving the lives of people with mental illness, their families and friends within the communities of west suburban Cook County, Illinois.
The Council celebrates, supports and promotes artists and arts organizations in Oak Park, River Forest and Forest Park.
Develops, nurtures, and exhibits the work of local artists.
The Oak Park Regional Housing Center is a free non-profit organization formed 40 years ago to help people find quality apartments to rent in Oak Park.
Leadership and educational organization that fosters and promotes businesses and business interests in the Oak Park and River Forest area.
The Foundation serves the community by facilitating individual philanthropy, managing donor funds, making grants, and convening resources to address community priorities and interests.
Prevail provides emergency assistance and referrals to individuals and families in times of financial crisis and struggle, addressing immediate basic needs and laying the groundwork for future stability.
Thrive is a comprehensive mental health center that has served the community since 1898.
Oak Park Area Convention and Visitors Bureau, with a community-wide events calendar.
The West Cook Homeownership Center can help you prepare to buy a home. The Homeownership Center has down payment assistance and closing cost funds for eligible first-time homebuyers and can help you find low-cost housing options.
Connect with the local government and find tools for living, doing business, or visiting here.
Assists residents by providing a variety of governmental services and resources, with an emphasis on programs that benefit community members who are:
Serves the recreational needs of the residents of Oak Park, with recreation programs, special events, pools, an indoor ice rink, the Oak Park Conservatory, Cheney Mansion, Pleasant Home, a gymnastics center, seven recreation centers, and 13 parks.
Public school district with eight elementary schools and two middle schools.
Public high school serving Oak Park and River Forest students.