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    Oak Lawn Real Estate

    Welcome to Oak Lawn! Oak Lawn is a southwest suburb of Chicago. It borders with the city in two different areas.

    Oak Lawn History
    In 1859 the government of Worth Township paid for the construction of Black Oak Grove Road (95th Street). Black Oak Grove is the earliest names for the area that would be Oak Lawn. In 1882 the post office, train depot and surrounding community became known as Oak Lawn. Oak Lawn officially became incorporated in 1909.

    Population: 57,073

    Arts/ Entertainment: Things To Do
    The Village of Oak Lawn offers a wide variety of special events throughout the year—like an Easter Egg Roll, 4th of July Parade, Summer Concert Series, etc.

    Oak Lawn Park District
    The Children’s Museum of Oak Lawn
    Oak Lawn Ice Arena
    Oak Lawn Stony Creek Golf Course

    Local Transit
    Oak Lawn has a Metra SouthWest Service station located on Tulley Ave, which runs from Manhattan to Chicago’s Union Station.

    Oak Lawn also has a Pace bus that runs through town.

    Roads/ Highways
    The major streets that run through Oak Lawn are Cicero (north-south) and 95th (east-west). Oak Lawn is also conveniently close to i-294, which gives commuters easy access to Chicago and other areas.

    Oak Lawn’s Educational Opportunities
    Grades K-8
    Ridgeland School District 122
    Oak Lawn-Hometown School District 123
    St. Louis de Montfort
    St. Germaine
    St. Catherine
    St. Linus
    St. Gerald

    High School
    Oak Lawn Community High School District 229
    Community High School District 218
    Marist High School

    Higher Education
    Moraine Valley Community College
    St. Xavier University

    Oak Lawn Area Healthcare
    Advocate Christ Medical Center
    Hope Children’s Hospital
    Palos Community Hospital