Welcome to the Village of Minooka
On behalf of the Village Board, I along with the Village Staff welcome you to our website. Here you can learn about The Village of Minooka and why we are “A nice place to call home”.
Our goal is to provide a safe, friendly community for our residents and offer opportunities for families to grow and thrive here. I encourage you to sign up for our e-news so you can be informed on the latest news as it happens in the Village. Also, check out our Village and Community Events calendars, as we make an effort to provide a variety of events for our residents, year round.
The Village Hall is open Monday thru Friday from 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM. If you ever have a question or even a concern within the community, contact us or stop in. We are here to serve, so please feel free to email or call, whichever is convenient.
We are a vibrant, growing community and with your help we will continue to improve every day and keep Minooka “A nice place to call home”!
– Pat Brennan, Village President
About the Village of Minooka
The Village of Minooka is a charming community founded in 1869 along the route of the Rock Island Railroad. Minooka is Pottawatomie for “Good Land”. Transportation has played an important role in the development of the community. More convenient access was made available when Interstate 80 was built in the 1960’s with access ramps to Minooka. According to the 2010 census, the population of Minooka is 10,924. However, residential growth is not the only growth, the commercial and industrial growth has followed the residential boom, providing necessary services, jobs, and a balanced tax base.
Village of Minooka 150th Anniversary Open House
Emerald Ash Borer (EAB) Beetle Notice
Emerald Ash Borer (EAB) Beetle Notice from ComEd
Certified Arborists in your area have identified dead or declining ash trees on or near ComEd power lines, which have been infested by the Emerald Ash Borer (EAB) beetle. EAB is an invasive pest that impacts ash trees only. The infestation is aggressive and eventually kills the ash tree. Dead or dying ash trees near our power lines may cause outages or create a safety hazard. Therefore, for a limited time, ComEd is identifying such ash trees and performing vegetation management activities.
For more information on the Emerald Ash Borer (EAB) Beetle Notice , click here.
Please join us and share your ideas of ho the Village of Minooka should celebrate our 150th Anniversary!