South Holland Today, the official Village newspaper, is published monthly and distributed free of charge to all postal customers in South Holland Zip Code 60473. Additional free copies are available at the Village Hall at 16226 Wausau Avenue. South Holland Today aims to enhance community pride and encourage investment and reinvestment in the community. The paper does not accept paid advertising. South Holland Today is also available online!
Managing Editor - Patricia R. Mahon
Editor - Mary Ann Thornton
Assistant Editor - Paul Eisenberg
Production Manager - Phyllis Pallay
Correspondents - Cindy Cruz, Eric Pradelski
Village Board News is published in print and on this web site after Village Board meetings to summarize decisions and activities of the Village Board.
Employees in the Know, an employee newsletter, is published monthly in order to facilitate communication between employees and the village administration.
The official Village of South Holland Web Site, www.southholland.org is a project of the Public Relations & Marketing Department. The web architect is Tim DeYoung.
South Holland's Model Community Initiative, coordinated through the Administrative Office, is a planning and management tool to institute action plans and goals for village operations. Information on specific objectives and action points is provided annually in South Holland Today.
As an outgrowth of the Model Community Initiative, the Public Relations & Marketing Department assists with organizing various forums and meetings, usually on a quarterly basis, to enhance communication and encourage the development of new ideas and programs. The meetings of the Central Committee fall in these categories.
South Holland continues to maintain a real estate Non-Solicitation List on our Web Site as a
service to residents. Because of the court's rulings, we cannot require Realtors to avoid mailing to persons whose names appear on the list. We do ask them to voluntarily respect the wishes of residents who choose to place their name on such a list. Additionally, it is in regular meetings of the Local Joint Commission that we are able to address real estate issues and practices with executives of the Association of Realtors®.
The Village of South Holland aims to provide leadership that benefits other communities as well as our own residents. Consistent with this aim we maintain membership along with twenty-six other south suburban municipalities in Diversity, Inc. Through these and other involvements we are able to participate in regional fair housing activities and programs geared to maintaining unity and vitality as racially diverse communities in the southern suburbs.