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Freedom of Information Act

The Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) is a state statute (5 ILCS 140/1) that provides the public access to government documents and records. The law provides that a person can ask a public body for a copy of its records and the public body must provide those records, unless there is an exemption in the statute that protects those records from disclosure.

Additional information about FOIA for Illinois residents can be found on the Illinois Attorney General's website.

Submit FOIA Request Online

Before You Submit A Request

Check our website for the information you are looking for, you may find out without having to submit a FOIA request. You can use the search feature, or look at the commonly requested information linked below:

You may contact the Freedom of Information Act Officer for the Village of Glendale Heights at:

Village of Glendale Heights
Office of the Village Clerk
300 Civic Center Plaza
Glendale Heights, IL 60139
Phone: 630.260.6000

FOIA Officers

The following people have been designated as FOIA officers:

Marie SchmidtVillage Clerk630.909.5333
Alma ThorsonPolice630.909.5434
Mike TodorovicCommunity Development630.909.5334
Janie LaGioiaFinance630.909.5380
Keith Knautz Leisure Services630.909.5120
Doug FlintAdministration630.909.5331
Bill PolingFinance630.909.5342
Rachael Kaplan Public Works630.909.5150


Total FY 2024 Budgeted Revenue: $78,954,863

Total FY 2024 Budget Expenditures:
Salaries/Benefits: $27,982,933
Operating: $33,934,810
Capital: $16,478,954

Taxes and Fees

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

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 Village Board of Elected Officials (Village President, Village Clerk and six Village Trustees). The Village Board is responsible for passing Village ordinances, adopting the budget, approving policy and overall guidance of all Village related matters. The Village of Glendale Heights is a home rule community as defined by the State of Illinois Constitution, and the current population as of the 2020 U.S. Census is 33,176. The Village of Glendale Heights is a very diverse community full of culture, families, industry, recreational activities, and a wide-array of other Village services, which guides us to our motto of being "A Proud and Progressive Village for All People."

Employee Demographics

Full-Time Employees - 180
Part-Time Employees - 165

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
Village Reports