The Village of Bloomingdale is a home-rule municipality operating under a Village President, Board of Trustees, and Village Administrator form of government. The Village is located in DuPage County, Illinois, approximately twenty-five miles west of the City of Chicago. A full range of municipal services is provided by the Village including police, public works, community development, water and sewer utilities, community events, and other general government activities.
Board of Trustees
The Village Board is responsible for governing the village. It determines policy by passage of ordinances and controls finances.
Commissions & Committees
Residents and/or business representatives interested in serving on a village commission or committee are encouraged to complete and return an interest form.
Contact information for Village Staff and the President and Board of Trustees.
Hours of Operation
Hours of Operation for the Village Hall, Police Department and Public Works facilities.
View a list of village departments from administration to police.
The village accepts applications from qualified candidates for posted regular positions.
Regular Meeting Dates for the President & Board of Trustees, Planning & Zoning Commission, Fire & Police Commission, and Police Pension Board.
Other Governmental Agencies
Governmental Agencies serving Bloomingdale residents and businesses.
Public Access (ADA)
Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA) grievances should be directed to the Village of Bloomingdale's ADA Coordinator in accordance with the village's ADA Compliance Policy.
View and/or request copies of public records.
Village Ordinances & Resolutions
View a list of Village Ordinances and Resolutions from 1980 to Present.
You must register at least 28 days prior to an election in order to vote in that election. Find out who can register, and where and how to register to vote.
Remote Service Options
Conduct business with the Village from the comfort of your home.