Tag: Village of Oak Park

Oak Park Parking Guidelines & Restrictions

Living in historic Oak Park in a vintage apartment has many advantages – cool community, historic vibe, stunning architecture, vibrant city feel without some of the big city frustrations like parking. Yes, many complain about the parking rules and regulations in Oak Park but in reality the parking here is… Read more »

Oak Park Festival Theater 2015 Presents…

With over 40 summer seasons of productions in its’ repertoire, Oak Park Festival Theater (OPFT) is ready to wow its’ audiences once again with this summers theatrical selections. Tonight, June 11th, kicks off the 2015 season with To Kill A Mocking Bird, which runs through July 18th. Then, starting July 23rd… Read more »

Farmer’s Market Turns 40!

Happy 40th birthday to Oak Park’s beloved Farmer’s Market! This Saturday, May 23rd, Oak Park will once again welcome the return of our Village’s Farmer’s Market for it’s fortieth season. The market is a sure sign that summer is finally here – bringing the community together to purchase and indulge… Read more »

Oak Park's Great Food Truck Rally

The mobile food truck has become the newest rage in the food service industry.  Long gone are the boring hot dogs or simple Good Humor bars that one used to associate with a food truck.  Today’s food trucks offer a vast array of gourmet delights. Jumping on this growing food… Read more »

Day In Our Village – Put It On Your Calendar!

OakParkApartments.com wants to give our tenants the heads up about an all time favorite Village of Oak Park event: drum roll please….. A Day in Our Village! This is year 39 for this incredibly fun community-wide festival – scheduled for Sunday, June 3rd. A Day In Our Village began 39… Read more »

Oak Park Parking Perspective

Living in a historic community like Oak Park has many benefits but also has the occasional challenge as well. OakParkApartments.com, after 25 years in business in Oak Park, knows that parking tops the list. Oak Park is a community that was largely built before the 1930’s and before most people… Read more »