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Freedom of Information Act

Requests for public records may be made by emailing, or by mailing a Request for Public Records (FOIA) form to the Village Clerk at:

Village of Glendale Heights
Attn: Office of the Village Clerk
300 Civic Center Plaza
Glendale Heights, IL 60139

The Village charges $1.00 for certification of any document requested to be certified. Fees will change with amendments to the act. Copies may be picked up at 300 Civic Center Plaza, Glendale Heights, IL 60139.

FOIA Officers

The following people have been designated as FOIA officers:

Marie SchmidtVillage Clerk630.909.5333
Alma ThorsonPolice Records Supervisor630.909.5434
Mike TodorovicDirector of Community Development630.909.5334
Keith KnautzDirector of Leisure Services630.909.5120
Doug FlintAssistant Village Administrator630.909.5331
Bill PolingDirector of Finance630.909.5342
Rachael KaplanDirector of Public Works630.909.5150


Total FY 2023 Budgeted Revenue: $77,748,809

Total FY 2023 Budget Expenditures:
Salaries/Benefits: $26,953,444
Operating: $31,430,422
Capital: $21,363,598

Taxes and Fees

Information on sales and property taxes may be viewed within the Village code.

Open Meetings Act Total Compensation Disclosure Statement

Open Meetings Act: Public Act 97-609 amended the Open Meetings Act [5 ILCS 120], effective January 1, 2012, for employers that participate in the Illinois Municipal Retirement Fund (IMRF). The amendment requires employers to identify those employees with a "total compensation package" equal to or greater than (1) $75,000 and (2) $150,000. The term "total compensation package" is defined to mean "payment by the employer to the employee for salary, health insurance, a housing allowance, a vehicle allowance, a clothing allowance, bonuses, loans, vacation days granted, and sick days granted." $75,000 and $150,000 Total Compensation Disclosure Statements are available at the office of the Village Clerk, 300 Civic Center Plaza, during normal business hours.

You may view the Total Compensation Disclosure statement online.

Village Overview

The Village of Glendale Heights was incorporated on July 13, 1959, and operates under a Trustee-Village form of government. It is a home rule community as defined by the Illinois Constitution. The Village of Glendale Heights is a modern residential, urban community. Over the years, the Village has experienced a welcome and significant growth, both in population, and within the business community. Its landscape is dotted with ranch homes, split levels, apartments, condominiums, shopping centers, churches, industrial business parks, beautiful community and neighborhood parks, modern service facilities, and three excellent elementary school systems.

The current, official population of the Village is 34,208 as of the 2010 census. The Village of Glendale Heights is dedicated to maintaining its progressive atmosphere, while offering its residents superior community amenities and services that respect the concerns of residents, while striving to provide a safe, viable community in which to live.

Policy-making and legislative authority are vested in the Village Board, which consists of the Village President and six Trustees. This governing body is responsible, among other things, for passing ordinances, adopting the budget, and approving policies. The Village provides many services for its residents and businesses. The purpose of the Village is to provide local government services within its corporate limits.

Employees Demographics

Full-Time Employees - 191
Part-Time Employees - 140

Union Contracts

You may review the contents of our union contracts by clicking on the title of the contract below.

F.O.P. - Patrol
F.O.P. - Sergeants
Teamsters - Building Maintenance
Teamsters - Public Works

Other Documents

You may download any of the following documents:

Municipal Organizational Structure
Categories of Public Records