The resources you need to get a business started in Glenview.
Looking to locate or relocate in Glenview? Here's demographic and property use data.
Consult this step-by-step resource for current and future business owners.
Make sure your business conforms with land use and zoning requirements.
Usse GIS data and technology to analyze parcels and locations within Glenview.
Agencies that can help get your business started
We're here to help your enterprise be successful -- from planning to inspections.
View information on the current sites available in Glenview.
Village inspections are required for building, plumbing, HVAC, electric and utility work.
Information for food service and temporary food service.
Talk to us about the real estate tax incentives that are offered through Cook County.
The regulations for setting minimum wages and provided employees with sick leave in Glenview
Laws that have been enacted and are enforced by the Village of Glenview can be found here.
Once approved, outdoor dining is permitted between April 1 and November 30
Navigate the regulatory and review processes to alter the inside or outside of a business.
Guidelines and regulations regarding wall, tenant, real estate and other types of signs.
Information about the licenses and permits required of businesses in Glenview.
Every business located in Glenview must obtain a business license and its building must have an occupancy certificate.
Requirements for fees, bonds and other documentation are outlined here.
Information on various codes, permits and fees for construction, fire alarms, tree removal and accessory structures.
Liquor licenses are required for all businesses selling alcoholic beverages by the drink or the bottle.
Door-to-door solicitors and peddlers must apply to the Police Department and obtain an ID badge.
Applications must be filed for special events and professional film projects.
Landmark trees are protected, and require a permit to be removed from private property.
Check out what's possible and keep track of new developments and business opportunities here.
This plan, last updated in 2004, serves as a guide for Glenview development.
The vision for a revitalized, pedestrian-friendly downtown Glenview is being realized.
Keep up with developments that have been proposed or are under way around Glenview.
All the requirements governing land use, construction and development can be found here.
Start here to learn about Village requirements for proposed land uses and development projects.
Home Business Licenses & Permits Special Event/Banner Permit
Whether or not an event requires the approval of the Village Board of Trustees depends on its scope. Events that incorporate fewer than 5,000 people (including spectators and participants) will be approved administratively through the Village Manager's Office. Events larger than 5,000 people and/or events requesting use of The Glen Town Center parking decks require approval by the Board of Trustees.
Please note that special event applications MUST be submitted at least 30 days prior to the event, and at least 45 days before events with 5,000 or more participants and/or for events on The Glen Town Center parking decks.
A special events permit application is required for certain events. For any specific questions regarding the process, contact Lisa Goodwin, Executive Assistant, at (847) 904-4370 or email@example.com.
Since May 2010, management of Gallery Park -- and park events there -- has been under the jurisdiction of the Glenview Park District. For more information, or to book an event, contact the Park District's Facility Supervisor at (224) 521-2562.
A Film/Motion Picture Permit is required for any filming project taken place within the boundaries of the Village. The permit is not approved until confirmation is received from the Village Manager's Office. Contact (847) 904-4370 for more information.