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COOK COUNTY HEALTH EXPANDING WALK-IN VACCINE AVAILABILITY

April 26, 2021

Cook County Health will be welcoming walk-ins at all of its mass vaccination sites beginning Monday, April 26. The Tinley Park and Matteson sites first opened for walk-ins on April 21.

Beginning April 26, all Cook County Health mass vaccination sites will be open from 8:30AM-5:00PM* Monday through Saturday for walk-ins.

– Tinley Park, 18451 Convention Center Drive (Moderna, age 18+)

– Matteson, 4647 Promenade Way (Pfizer, age 16+)

– River Grove- Triton College, 2000 5th Avenue (Pfizer, age 16+)

– South Holland- South Suburban College, 15800 State Street (Pfizer, age 16+)

– Des Plaines, 1155 E Oakton Street (Pfizer, age 16+)

– Forest Park, 7630 West Roosevelt Road (Pfizer, age 16+)

Individuals or groups who are interested in getting a vaccine can simply show up and register onsite.

The Pfizer vaccine is the only vaccine currently approved for 16 and 17 year olds. As such, it is important for these individuals to walk-in or make an appointment at a Pfizer site. Individuals age 16 and 17 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.

Individuals can still make appointments at vaccine.cookcountyil.gov or by calling 833-308-1988, Monday – Friday from 7AM – 10PM and Saturday from 8AM – 10PM.

* Hours of sites are subject to change. Visit https://cookcountyhealth.org/covid19-vaccine-sites/ for updated hours of operation.

** Cook County Health’s mobile vaccination site in Summit will continue to offer walk-in availability however it is generally limited to individuals in the surrounding communities: Summit, McCook, Hodgkins, Justice, Bridgeview and Chicago Ridge.

NASA BRINGS THREE DAY VIRTUAL EVENT TO COOK COUNTY MANUFACTURERS

April 26, 2021

For more information and registration details, visit https://www.cookcountyil.gov/content/register-webinar-our-manufacturing-consierge-and-nasa.

COMMISSIONER SEAN MORRISON IS PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE ADDITIONAL COVID VACCINATION OPPORTUNITIES FOR RESIDENTS

April 21, 2021

CHICAGO, IL — The Cook County Department of Public Health has announced that all individuals ages 16+ can now register online for a vaccination appointment at vaccine.cookcountyil.gov. Cook County has two Vaccination Mega Centers located in the suburban 17th District:


Tinley Park Convention Center

18451 Convention Center Drive

Tinley Park, IL 60477


Des Plaines Vaccination Center

(Formerly Kmart Store)

1155 E. Oakton Street

Des Plaines, IL 60018

COOK COUNTY WILL NOW OFFER WALK-IN REGISTRATIONS: Today through Saturday, Cook County will pilot a walk-in strategy by opening our Tinley Park (Moderna) and Matteson (Pfizer) sites for walk-ins. Walk-ins will be welcome from 8:30AM – 5:00PM today and Thursday. Individuals or groups who are interested in getting a vaccine can simply show up with photo ID and register onsite. Next week, Cook County will pilot evening walk-in hours at some of our sites to accommodate workers unable to get to a daytime appointment. More details about this will be announced later this week.

For the latest COVID-19 vaccination information in Cook County, and to make an appointment to be vaccinated, visit: https://cookcountypublichealth.org/.

COMMISSIONER MORRISON VISITS SAGAWAU ENVIRONMENTAL LEARNING CENTER IN LEMONT FOR EARTH DAY

April 20, 2021

Lemont, IL – Commissioner Sean Morrison was pleased to joined several of his board colleagues and staff from the Forest Preserve District of Cook County today for an Earth Day press conference at the Sagawau Environmental Learning Center in Lemont. Earth Day was a great opportunity to showcase the terrific amenities the Cook County Forest Preserves have to offer. In light of the pandemic, there is no better time for people to get outside and into the fresh clean air of our forest preserves to exercise and enjoy the experiences of nature right here in Cook County.

Please visit www.fpdcc.com to learn more about the Cook County Forest Preserves and why its one of the very best in the nation.

SUBURBAN COOK COUNTY TO EXPAND TO PHASE 1b+ COVID VACCINATION ON MARCH 22, 2021

March 18, 2021
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ATTENTION: Orland Township Homeowners

I am pleased to announce that the Cook County Assessor's Office is NOW OPEN to appeal your property taxes. The appeals filing period for Orland Township homeowners will close on August 3, 2021. For more information on the property tax appeal process, please visit: www.cookcountyassessor.com/online-appeals.

If you would like assistance in filing a property tax appeal or have questions regarding the property tax appeal process, please contact Kathy Hilton in my District Office to make an appointment. Kathy can be reached directly by email at Kathy.Hilton@cookcountyil.gov or by phone at 708-349-1336.
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ATTENTION: Orland Township Homeowners

I am pleased to announce that the Cook County Assessors Office is NOW OPEN to appeal your property taxes. The appeals filing period for Orland Township homeowners will close on August 3, 2021. For more information on the property tax appeal process, please visit: https://www.cookcountyassessor.com/online-appeals.

If you would like assistance in filing a property tax appeal or have questions regarding the property tax appeal process, please contact Kathy Hilton in my District Office to make an appointment. Kathy can be reached directly by email at Kathy.Hilton@cookcountyil.gov or by phone at 708-349-1336.

Another targeted shooting of police officers in Chicago just took place. This violent climate has been exacerbated by the vilification and lack of support given to law enforcement by many elected leaders. Enough is enough! It’s time for our elected leaders to recognize the severity of this out of control violence, and the vital need to support our law enforcement. We all have a moral imperative to do so. The targeting of police officers cannot be allowed to continue. ... See MoreSee Less

Another targeted shooting of police officers in Chicago just took place. This violent climate has been exacerbated by the vilification and lack of support given to law enforcement by many elected leaders. Enough is enough! It’s time for our elected leaders to recognize the severity of this out of control violence, and the vital need to support our law enforcement. We all have a moral imperative to do so. The targeting of police officers cannot be allowed to continue.

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Prayers for these brave officers.

Soros supported Kim Foxx. This is his agenda

Got real scared when I heard the news could have been one of my kids.Also tired of telling people that gangs are actually nations allowed to fester right under the noses of elected officials.

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