COVID-19 Business Assistance

Orland Park's small businesses are facing an unprecedented economic disruption due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.

Please see the Federal, State, County and Orland Park resources available to local businesses:



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Non-Traditional Sales Tax Sharing Program

Any owner or applicant of a newly established or proposed local sales tax generating industrial development, or the owner or applicant of an existing local sales tax generating industrial development which wishes to expand substan­tially, may apply to the Village for inclusion in this program provided that the new or expanded business is reasonably likely to generate enhanced or increased sales taxes. Successful applicants are able to share in sales taxes derived from applicant’s property or business in an amount which shall not exceed fifty percent (50%) of the generated sales taxes for a period of time which shall not exceed ten (10) years.

 

Back-Fill Vacant Restaurant Program

Any owner or applicant that wishes to re-establish a restaurant in a currently vacant property may apply to the Village for inclusion in this program provided that the new business is reasonably likely to generate increased sales taxes. Successful applicants are able to share in sales taxes derived from applicant’s property or business in an amount which shall not exceed fifty percent (50%) of the generated sales taxes for a period of time which shall not exceed ten (10) years.

 

Commercial Impact Program

The goal of the Orland Park Commercial Impact Program is to encourage new commercial growth and development through the temporary reduction and deferral of permit and impact fees. New commercial projects can receive a 25% reduction on permit/impact fees and a 25% reduction on water tap fees. Additionally, projects are allowed to defer payment until issuance of the final occupancy certificate.

 

Hotel Incentive Program (New Hotels)

Provides economic incentives to develop 3 to 5 star quality hotels in Orland Park. The Village currently collects a 5% transient occupancy tax. Approved applicants are able to share in transient occupancy taxes derived from the applicant’s property or business in an amount which shall not exceed forty percent (40%) of the transient occupancy tax generated for a period of time which shall not exceed ten (10) years.

 

Advanced Manufacturing Incentives

The Village is desirous of encouraging advanced manufacturing facilities to locate in Orland Park.

 

Property Tax Exemption – Any owner or applicant of a newly established or proposed advanced manufacturing facility, or the owner or applicant of an existing advanced manufacturing facility, which wishes to expand substantially, may apply to the Village for inclusion in this program. To qualify, businesses need to invest a minimum of $5 million. Approved projects will receive partial property tax exemptions from the Village in an amount not to exceed fifty percent (50%) of the Village-specific property tax for a period of time which shall not exceed ten (10) years.

 

Large Business Property Tax Cap - Any owner or applicant of a newly established or proposed advanced manufacturing facility, or the owner or applicant of an existing advanced manufacturing facility, which wishes to expand substantially, may apply to the Village for inclusion in this property tax cap program. Businesses that invest a minimum of $1 billion in capital improvements will receive a Village-specific property tax exemption on all property in excess of $400 million in value per year for a period of time which shall not exceed ten (10) years.

 

For more information please contact Alex Scharf, Village of Orland Park Economic Development Coordinator, at ascharf@orlandpark.org or 708.403.6133. 

OTHER RESOURCES