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The Village of East Dundee has a total operating budget of $19,996,078 and consists of 30 full-time employees and 7 part-time employees. A block diagram of the municipality's functional subdivisions Click Here

Village Facilities

120 Barrington Ave
East Dundee, IL 60118

115 E 3rd Street
East Dundee, IL 60118

319 N River Street
East Dundee, IL 60118

446 Elgin Ave
East Dundee, IL 60118

401 and 448 Elgin Ave
East Dundee, IL 60118

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Village Hall

120 Barrington Avenue
East Dundee, IL 60118
T: 847-426-2822
F: 847-426-2956
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Village Board

Village President Lael Miller
Village Trustee Scott Andresen
Village Trustee Alan Hall
Village Trustee Jeff Lynam
Village Trustee Kathleen Mahony
Village Trustee Dan Selep
Village Trustee Kristen Wood

Administration Department

Village Administrator Jennifer Johnsen
Assistant Village Administrator Brad Mitchell
Management Analyst Tyler Grace
Village Clerk/Admin. Assistant Katherine Holt
Deputy Village Clerk/Admin. Assistant Gail Hess

Finance Department

Finance Director & Treasurer Zaida Torres
Accountant Ismael Jimenez
Utility Billing Clerk Jessica Jessogne

Police Department

Police Chief Terry Mee
Lieutenant Mike Governale
Patrol Sergeant John Haase
Patrol Sergeant Andrew Ritter
Detective Ryan Miles
Records Clerk Alex Villagomez
Records Clerk Esther Ramirez

Building Department

Building Inspector Chris Ranieri
Administrative Assistant Gail Hess
Planning & Zoning Coordinator Brad Mitchell

Public Works

401 Elgin Avenue
East Dundee, IL 60118
T: 847-844-9461
F: 847-426-2956
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Public Works Department

Public Works Director Phil Cotter
Acting Water Superintendent Gregg Goetz
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Holiday Lights Recyling Program

Do you have holiday lights that no longer work? We have a recycling program available for that. See attached for details.


JOB FAIR - School Bus Drivers

See the attached or click on the webpage link for more information

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Request for Proposals Seeking Operator for the Caboose Concession Stand in downtown East Dundee

Sealed proposals are due by no later than 4:00 p.m. on Friday, December 22, 2017. Prospective proposers have the opportunity to participate in a walk-through of the Caboose during the week of December 11, 2017. Information on scheduling an appointment is provided in the attached RFP. The deadline to submit any questions regarding the RFP is 4:00 p.m. on Friday, December 15, 2017.


Fall/Winter 2017 Newsletter is here!

Holiday Crime Prevention

As the holidays approach, many people are starting/continuing to shop for their loved ones. Here are some tips to prevent delivered packages from being stolen from porches and garages. With more and more people doing their shopping online, packages delivered to your doorstep have become a prime target for theft. To ensure safe delivery of your packages and keep them out of the hands of thieves, follow these important security tips:

1) Have packages delivered to where you are, not where you aren't. Your home is not the only place you can have your packages delivered. For example, if you work during the day, have items you order online delivered to your place of business instead of your home address. Instruct family and friends to do the same for packages they mail to you throughout the year.

2) Set up alternative delivery/pickup options through your local delivery services. Whether the majority of your packages are delivered by the U.S. Postal Service, UPS, or FedEx, each offers alternative delivery and pickup options. For example, UPS has an expanding Access Point network that provides for delivery and pickup of packages at local grocery or convenience stores in various neighborhoods. Let the delivery company know when you will be home.

3) Discourage thieves from targeting your residence with a few strategic home security devices. Home surveillance cameras can be effective crime deterrents. Your home security cameras should be prominently displayed where potential criminals can see them, yet high enough to prevent them from being tampered with. Outdoor security lighting and a home alarm system can also be effective crime deterrents.

4) Keep an eye out for suspicious vehicles and subjects in your neighborhood. Putting a stop to package theft and residential burglaries is a team effort. Talk to your neighbors and encourage everyone to keep an eye out for suspicious activity (i.e. an individual or vehicle following a delivery truck, a stranger removing a package from outside a residence, etc).

Please report suspicious activity or a theft to the East Dundee Police Department by calling 911.

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Dec 22

Big Chair Photo Bomb Contest Ends Dec 22nd

Come out to the Depot & take a pic in the Big Chair!! And don't forget to include your pet if you have one!

Post your Photo Bomb picture to our Facebook page by December 22 for a chance to win great prizes from local businesses.

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Dec 25


Dec 26

VILLAGE HALL OFFICES CLOSED in Recognition of the Christmas Holiday

Jan 01


Jan 23

Police Pension Board Meeting

4:00PM - 5:00PM at Village Hall Annex - 120 Barrington Avenue, East Dundee

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