Elected at-large, the Village Board of Trustees sets policy and direction for Glenview.
Learn more about the Trustees elected to serve on the Village Board.
Read summaries of actions taken at meetings of the Village Board of Trustees.
Village Board of Trustees policies and decisions are often guided by regulatory commission reviews and recommendations.
Stream Village Board and Plan Commission meetings, or watch later through the archives.
Agendas, membership and explanations of 10 standing boards and commissions.
Has the authority to discipline and decide other employment matters pertaining to sworn employees.
Let us know if you're interested in serving on a Glenview board or commission.
Responsible for reviewing existing development additions and modifications proposals
Ensures developments comply with regulations for Environmentally Significant Areas.
Administers the Firefighters' Pension Fund as required by Illinois statute.
Find current and past meeting agendas and minutes
Promotes and raises awareness about the restoration of native landscapes and ecosystems.
Responsible for new development and property redevelopment proposals
Archives for the Appearance, Historic Preservation and Plan commissions and Zoning Board of Appeals
Administers a Police Pension Fund according to Illinois state statute.
Village government consists of services and programs through six departments
Oversees and implements capital projects, inspectional services, planning and engineering.
Preserves lives and properties through fire suppression, emergency medical services and public education.
Manages Village customer service and administrative functions
Protects lives and property, enforces the law and keeps the peace.
Responsible for plowing streets, street maintenance, public trees and providing water and sewer.
Divisions include human resources, communications, senior services and public safety support services.
Getting word out about Village programs and services through various media.
The government access station owned and operated by the Village.
The Village of Glenview has been recognized for outstanding achievements over the years
Read information regarding important news about the Village of Glenview
Weekly summaries of suspicious and criminal incidents reported to Glenview Police.
Access to open records keeps Glenview an open government.
The Village will be hosting a seven-week inside look course on the major functions of local government.
Find Village budgets , bond rating documents, audits and monthly financial reports.
Obtain public documents and records by filing an FOIA form.
Information regarding administrative goals and department business plans.
Information about open meetings, executive sessions, making public comments and public hearings.
The total compensation package of Village employees as required by Illinois law.
An explanation of the economic tool used in the redevelopment of the Glenview Naval Air Station as The Glen.
Home Government Purchasing
The Purchasing Division, part of the Administrative Services Department, oversees the purchasing of goods and services for the Village and is responsible for ensuring that all purchases comply with federal, state, county, and municipal laws, ordinances, rules, and regulations. Please click here to view the Village's Procurement Policies and Procedures. All purchasing questions can be addressed to Margaret Schwarz, Purchasing Manager, at (847) 904-4444.
Effective immediately, the Village of Glenview will no longer accept hard copy paper submittals for any solicitation. Responses will only be accepted electronically via E-bidding through DemandStar (www.demandstar.com). Although registration is required, vendors can download solicitations and upload responses for free.
Click on the following instructions to learn how to register, serach for bids, and submit electronic bids:
The General Assembly of the State of Illinois has enacted the Prevailing Wage Act, 820 ILCS 130/1 et seq. (“Act”) The Act governs the wages of all laborers, workers and mechanics who perform work on public works projects by any public body, which includes municipalities. Effective June 1, 2019, municipalities are no longer required to accept the prevailing wages determined by the Illinois Department of Labor (IDOL) nor investigate and ascertain the prevailing rate of wages as defined in the Act for workers employed to perform work on public works construction projects in the locality in which the work is performed. This will now be the sole responsibility of IDOL every June, and IDOL will publish the rate on its official website no later than July 15 of each year.Please follow the link to see the current Prevailing Wage Rates for Cook County.
The Village is offering initial notification of solicitations for bids, proposals, and requests for information. Complete the form below to be notified via email of new solicitations. Signing up to receive initial notifications of Village of Glenview purchasing solicitations does not guarantee the receipt of electronic notifications for all solicitations nor addenda. Vendors must routinely check our current list of bid opportunities on this page to obtain any and all documents related to solicitations. The Village of Glenview Purchasing Division shall not be responsible if a vendor does not receive an electronic notification for any particular reason.