Village of Lemont
Located in the heart of downtown Lemont, Village Hall houses the offices of village officials and administrators, including the Finance, Building, and Planning and Economic Development departments. Residents may visit Village Hall for water billing, vehicle stickers, parking permits, building permits, tax information and other village services.
The current executive board for the Village of Lemont is as follows: Brian Reaves, Mayor; Charlene Smollen, Village Clerk; Debby Blatzer, Trustee (Public Works); Paul Chialdikas, Trustee (Economic Development); Clifford Miklos, Trustee (Public Safety); Rick Sniegowski, Trustee (Finance); Ronald Stapleton, Trustee (Building/Planning/Zoning); and Jeanette Virgilio, Trustee (Downtown Development/I&M Canal). Benjamin Wehmeier is the Village Administrator, and George Schafer is the Assistant Village Administrator.
The Village Board of Trustees meets the second and fourth Monday of each month at 7pm at Village Hall.
- Fax: 630-257-1598
- Hours: Mon - Fri, 8:30am - 5pm. Sat, Sun, closed.
- What makes this community special?: Though Village Hall was most recently renovated in 1991, the historic building dates all the way back to 1893.
- Services: Departments at Village Hall include Administration, Finance, Building, and Planning and Economic Development. Residents can obtain parking and building permits, pay utility bills, and seek general information about the village.
- Parking: Free lot
- Public restrooms: Yes
- Wi-Fi: Free