Government

governmentThe Village of Bourbonnais Board is comprised of the mayor, village clerk and six trustees elected at-large to individual, four-year overlapping terms. In order to more efficiently serve the 18,700 residents of the Village of Bourbonnais, the Board of Trustees have established a number of permanent committees. Each trustee serves on a number of committees including, but not limited to, Administration, Community & Economic Development, Finance, Police, Public Works and Utility Committees.

The Village of Bourbonnais operates under the council/administrator form of government. The Village Administrator is the Chief Administrative Officer of the village and is responsible for the day-to-day operations. The administrator is appointed by the Village President and the Board of Trustees.

The Village of Bourbonnais welcomes you to virtually explore and get to know Mayor Paul Schore, the Village of Bourbonnais Board of Trustees, Committees, Appointees, discover employment opportunities and have your questions conveniently answered via the frequently-asked questions page.

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