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Find Information on the Latest in Village Government

Current Topics

TIF Portal (Tax Increment Financing) - Find information on the Village's Prospect & Main TIF, adopted in 2017, as well as our recently dissolved Downtown TIF District No. 1.

Central/Weller Crossing - Learn more about this pedestrian crosswalk, including IDOT correspondence and project status as well as grant history and litigation.

Community Survey - The Village conducted a resident survey in September 2016 with the assistance of a consultant, ETC Institute. The survey asked residents to rate their experiences with Village services, programs and community outreach. The results of this survey was presented to the Village board in November of 2016. View the results of the survey, including maps of summary data

Village Government Structure & Operations

Village's Current Board of Board of Trustees.

Village Boards, Commissions, and Committee meeting dates our found on the Public Meeting Schedule as well as our Meeting Calendar.

Agendas for upcoming Village Board, Committee of the Whole, and Planning and Zoning Commission meetings are available through BoardDocs.

Archives of previous meeting packets and minutes are available on Laserfiche WebLink.

Find contact information for Village Administration here.

Information on the Village finances, including annual reports, are found on the Finance Department page. Finance also has information on various taxes, including rates and distribution.

The Village's Human Resources Department has Village Compensation and Collective Bargaining Agreements available online.

Freedom of Information Requests

To request public records from the Village, please use our CRM portal.  Choose the appropriate FOIA category, fill out the fields completely and submit.  It will be routed to the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) Officer. Village staff will reply within five days. Learn more...

Lobbying / Advocacy Information

The Village of Mount Prospect does not engage in any direct legislative lobbying through a paid lobbyist or lobby firm. However, Village Board members and staff participate in a variety of professional organizations and intergovernmental cooperatives. At times, these groups have taken positions on specific legislative issues that have a direct affect on their membership or the stated goals of the organization. Learn more about Advocacy...