Crime Free Rental Housing

Crime Free Rental Housing Seminars
Landlords and/or property agents are required to attend one landlord training seminar. The following seminars have been scheduled by the Village of Orland Park Police Department.

Date: Saturday, October 16, 2021
Time: 8:00am - 12:00pm
Location: Orland Park Police Station, 15100 Ravinia Avenue, Orland Park

Register for the next Crime Free Housing Program

If you have questions, email us at or contact the Police Department at (708) 403-6178.

Additional Information & Applications:
Browse the following for more in-depth information about the program.
  • Lease Addendum
  • Crime Free Rental Housing Application
  • Crime Free Requirements and Frequently Asked Questions
  • Rental Housing Code, Title 5, Chapter 8
  • Rental Housing Requirements and Frequently Asked Questions
  • Sample Inspection List

How to Register Your Rental Property:

Purpose of Rental Registration:
The Village of Orland Park adopted the rental code to provide minimum standards for residential rental housing for the protection of the life, health, welfare, and property of residential rental owners and tenants, as well as that of the general public. This applies to all residential rental properties including single family homes and multi-unit buildings such as townhomes, condominiums, and apartment complexes

Requirements & Applications:
The Rental Application (found to the right of this page) is an electronically fillable document. Hand-written applications are not accepted. All applications must be submitted to Development Services located on the second floor of the Village Hall with payment in the form of a check made out to "Village of Orland Park" or cash. The yearly registration fee for this program is $50 per building. Tri-annual inspections fees are calculated based on type and number of units.

$150.00 – Single Family Dwelling

$200.00 – Duplex

$200.00 – Apartment Building -   +$50.00 each individual unit more than two (2) units. ($50 x )

 Residential Rental Property Inspection:

Once the application is received and payment made, a letter with a date and time for inspection will be sent to the property owner’s mailing address. If the property is a single family home, townhome or condo, you may arrange for the Property Maintenance Inspector to meet with the tenant in order to complete the required inspection. For multi-unit buildings, the owner or agent must accompany the inspector. Any violations are required to be corrected within the given timeframe as determined by the Inspector. Failure to correct the violations can result in a citation and additional fees. Once approved, a rental housing sticker will be issued for the property. Inspections are on a tri-annual basis.

Crime Free Housing Landlord Training Seminar:
Landlords and/or property agents are required to attend one, eight (8) hour landlord training seminar. The Village of Orland Park Police Department provides quarterly training seminars each year. See above to register for the next available class. For questions on Crime Free Housing,
email or contact the Police Department at (708) 403-6178.

Crime Free Housing Lease Addendum:
All leases must include the Village of Orland Park’s Crime Free Lease Addendum. It can be found to the right of the page. All tenants of the rental unit, age 18 years of age or older, must sign the Crime Free Lease Addendum. This must be available at the request of the Village of Orland Park, as well as the signed lease.

Additional Information and Questions:
For more information, including the entire Rental Housing Code, a Sample Inspection List, and Frequently Asked Questions, please see the links to the right of the page
. For specific questions registering your rental property, email or contact Development Services at (708) 403-5300.