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Tinley Creek Ravines Project Open House

two Forest Preserves staff members, one standing on a trail, one standing below in an area with erosion issues
Forest Preserves staff demonstrate the erosion issues at Tinley Creek Ravines.

Date & Time:

Tue, Sep 24 • 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm


Orland Park Civic Center
14750 S Ravinia Avenue, Orland Park, IL (view map)


Learn more about the Tinley Creek Ravines restoration work, Tinley Creek Trail System realignment and Oak Lawn water main project. Questions? Contact TCRproject@cookcountyil.gov.

The Forest Preserves is performing a comprehensive restoration of the 528-acre Tinley Creek Ravines starting in fall 2019. Served by the Catalina Grove Family Picnic Area parking lot and bounded by 143rd St, Harlem Ave, 151st St and 80th Ave, this area represents one of the highest priority sites for ecological restoration in southwest Cook County. The goal of the restoration is to create a mix of healthy oak woodland and restored prairie that can be sustainably enjoyed by the public.


  • TCRproject@cookcountyil.gov



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