Due to the power outage that has affected many, free food will be distributed today– Friday, July 19th from 4 pm -6 pm at the City of Harvey Public Works Building located at 110 W. 159th Street.

Come by and pick up some items for you and your family. Quantities are limited.

Residents are asked to call 1-800-Edison1 (1-800-334-7661) for residential updates or to report a downed power line.

  • ComEd is working around the clock to bring all customers back into service. With heat and more storms on the horizon, our first priority is safely restoring our customers.
  • ComEd expects to have 80% of remaining customers restored by 3pm on Wednesday, July 17, and 99% of customers restored by Friday, July 18.

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Message from our Mayor

As your mayor, I will work to restore the name and reputation of our great City of Harvey, Illinois. You have my commitment to make decisions based on experience and on principles of what I believe will best benefit Harvey residents.

Christopher J. Clark
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Community Alert

The 154th Street Improvement Project is scheduled to begin on July 8, 2024, with an anticipated completion date in November 2024. This project involves the complete reconstruction of 154th Street from Wood Street to Broadway and will result in FULL STREET CLOSURE for both motorists and pedestrians.
While we understand that this part of the project will cause inconvenience for both residents and businesses, the final result will benefit all. Once completed you can expect to see new curbs, freshly laid gutters, an end to potholes and improved infrastructure.
We ask that you begin planning alternate routes. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause and appreciate your patience and cooperation throughout this improvement process as we work to move the City of Harvey forward.

During reconstruction, 153rd Street will become a two (2) way street going both east and west between Wood Street and Broadway Avenue.  Center Avenue, Turlington Avenue, Lexington Avenue, Loomis Avenue, Myrtle Avenue, Vine Avenue, Ashland Avenue, Marshfield Avenue, Paulina Street, and Page Avenue will become two (2) way streets going both north and south.


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The City of Harvey under Mayor Christopher J. Clark’s leadership has partnered with the Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning (CMAP)(External link) to create its first Comprehensive Plan and establish a vision and land use strategy for the City. The plan will help residents, business owners, and elected and appointed officials guide future actions, decisions, and development in the community. The project is being led by Houseal Lavigne(External link), a Chicago-based urban planning firm whose expertise will help guide development of the Comprehensive Plan, in collaboration with City Administrator, Corean Davis and her staff.

Check back here regularly for project updates, events, and opportunities to get involved!

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