Casa San Carlo

Retirement Communities

Casa San Carlo
420 North Wolf Road
Northlake, IL 60164

Concord Place
401 West Lake Street
Northlake, IL 60164

Donald W. Kent Residence
100 S. Wolf Road
Northlake, IL 60164

Villa Scalabrini
480 North Wolf Road
Northlake, IL 60164

Northlake is very proud of our large senior citizen community.  The City has a Senior Citizen Commission which meets the 3rd Wednesday of every month.  The City provides seniors with a Grass Cutting and a winter snow removal program.  The City will cut grass and remove snow after a 2″ snow fall for a nominal fee. Call City Hall for more information at (708) 343-8700.

Northlake has several Senior Citizen clubs and organizations including:

  • Westdale Senior Citizens Club
  • The Live It Up Club
  • The Northlake Senior Citizens Commission
  • The Senior Center and the Villa Scalabrini
  • The Grant Park Senior Citizen Club

For more information on any of the Senior Clubs, contact Northlake City Hall (708) 343-8700.

Many Senior outings are organized by the Concord Place Retirement Complex and Veterans Park District as well as Northlake’s Senior Citizen Commission.  For details on these events, see the monthly Northlake City Newspaper and on the Events page.

Services are also available through the Leyden Family Services Senior Program.

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Seniors – Beware of Scams
Beware of con artists who may try to take advantage of uninformed residents and the elderly. Be wary of anyone knocking on your door identifying themselves as utility workers, tree trimmers, driveway sealers, roofers or offering other types of repair work. These unscrupulous people may try to scare you into thinking there is a serious problem that needs repair when their goal is to steal money either by charging exorbitant amounts for inferior or nonexistent work, or by gaining access to the home and finding cash or valuables inside.

How to protect yourself.
The only way to stop these criminals is with the help of alert and involved citizens. Here’s what to do…

  • Never hide large amounts of cash in your home. These professional thieves can find it anywhere you hide it.
  • Never hire someone to do unsolicited work in or around your home. Reputable contractors don’t sell their services door-to-door. If someone comes to your door claiming to be a contractor or City worker, ask for identification. If they refuse, call 9-1-1.
  • Never let a stranger into your home. If the person tries to push his/her way in, call 9-1-1.
  • If you see suspicious activity, or a strange vehicle cruising your neighborhood or parked in your neighbor’s driveway, call 9-1-1.