Boards & Commissions

The Village of Schiller Park has a number of Boards and Commissions, each of which has their own function. The most important of the Boards and Commissions is the Village Board, which consists of the Village President (or "Mayor") and six Trustees elected at large. More information about the structure of the Village government and the elected members of the Village Board can be found on the Village Board Page. Links to details on other Boards and Commissions are listed below.
  1. Board of Fire & Police Commissioners

    The Board of Fire and Police Commissioners is responsible of the recruitment, selection, appointment, promotion, discipline, and dismissal of full-time sworn Police Officers and Firefighter/Paramedics.

  2. Health Board

    The Health Board is responsible for the general supervision of the health interests of the residents. By cooperating with and promoting the enforcement of Federal, State, County, and Village regulations, the board seeks to control the spread of communicable disease and promote high standards of general health.

  3. Historical Commission

    The Historical Commission operates a research room, located at the Schiller Park Public Library. This room stores photographs, maps, newspaper articles, pamphlets, costumes, and other items pertaining to Schiller Park.

  4. Library Board

    The Schiller Park Public Library is an independent public body with its own Elected Board and Tax Levy.

  5. Recreation Board

    The Recreation Board reviews policies, fees, and programs that affect our public parks, water park, activity center, and recreation center.

  6. Village Board

    The Village of Schiller Park is governed by a Village President (commonly referred to as the Mayor) and a six-member Board of Trustees. The Mayor and Trustees (commonly referred to as the Village Board) are the Corporate Authorities for the Village.

  7. Zoning, Planning, & Appeals Commission

    The Zoning Board of Appeals acts as an advisory board to the Village Board regarding zoning issues, maps, and appeals.