Boards, Commissions & Committees
Following is a comprehensive listing of all Village of Westmont boards, commissions, and committees.
Westmont Village Board of Elected Officials
The governing and policy-making body of the Village of Westmont municipality is the Village Board of Elected Officials, which consists of a Village Mayor and six Trustees elected on an at-large basis for overlapping terms. The Mayor and Board appoint a full-time Village Manager to supervise the operations of Village Departments. The Mayor also serves as the Village Liquor Commissioner. In addition to appointing the Manager, the Board is responsible for the approval of an annual budget and the adoption of ordinances to provide for the peace, health, safety, and general welfare of the community and all of its citizens. A listing of elected officials who currently serve on the Village Board along with bio and contact information can be found on the Village Board webpage.
Committees of the Village Board
Each of the following committees is designed to foster strong communication between village departments and the village board. Each of these committees is chaired by a Village Board member. Committees of the Village Board typically meet prior to regular Village Board meetings.
- Administration & Finance Committee
- Community Development Committee
- Fire Public Safety Committee
- Police Public Safety Committee
- Public Works Committee
The Village of Westmont has created several special committees, each with its own specific focus. These committees meet throughout the year to plan and enact various programs and activities related to their mission.
- Environmental Improvement Committee
- Public Information Committee
- Sister City Committee
- Westmont First Committee
- 100th Anniversary Committee - Retired
Boards & Commissions
The Village of Westmont has several unique boards and commissions, each with its own specific focus and mission.
All village boards, commissions, and committees publish a notice prior to their meetings that includes the agenda, date, time, and location of the meeting. Information is published on the village website as well as at the entrance of Village Hall, 31 W. Quincy Street. Meeting dates are subject to change. Please review the Village Calendar for current meeting information.
Many of the boards, committees, and commissions listed above consist of community volunteers. If you are interested in learning more about serving as a volunteer, please feel free to fill out this volunteer information form.