Departments

The Village of Arlington Heights departments provide a wide range of quality municipal services to our residents and businesses through thoughtful planning, fiscal responsibility, and being accessible, responsive and proactive to the needs of the community we serve.

From public safety, to health services, to infrastructure and street maintenance, to business development and permit processes, we strive to maintain a quality of life that makes our customers – the residents and businesses of Arlington Heights – proud. It all starts with strong commitment to do what we can to provide friendly service to our customers to keep Arlington Heights thriving.  Feel free to contact any of our departments with questions or concerns.  

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Village Leadership

The Arlington Heights Village Board consists of eight Village Trustees and one Mayor (or Village President) who are elected at large and serve four-year terms. They have been elected to oversee the city budget, establish strategic priorities, and set policies.  Their policy decisions not only drive the day-to-day efforts of the Village in achieving excellent service delivery, but also serve as a guide toward the initiatives and efforts that bring about meaningful improvements to the community.    

The Village Manager is the Village’s chief administrative officer, appointed by the Village Board to oversee all day-to-day operations of the Village. The Village Manager is responsible for providing overall direction to Departments and to oversee the execution of policies and programs established by the Village Board.  A key focus of the Village Manager is to ensure that Departments are responsive and responsible in delivering exceptional service to the community and its needs. 

News
Library, Village Discuss Future of Belmont Ave. Building
An informational meeting with officials from both the library and Village is scheduled for Wednesday, February 6 at 6:30 p.m. in the Buechner Room of Village Hall to discuss future plans of 112 N. Belmont Avenue.... Read More
Library, Village Discuss Future of Belmont Ave. Building
Former Teen Center Building
Police Department Needs Your Vote in Video Challenge
Local High Schools were challenged to create a Public Service Announcement video on the dangers of speeding. The Police Department asks the community to vote on their favorite video by January 25.... Read More
Police Department Needs Your Vote in Video Challenge
SAVE Video Challenge
Reminders on Managing Snow Removal
Snow is in the forecast. Here are some helpful reminders regarding snow removal.... Read More
Reminders on Managing Snow Removal
Mayor's Community Prayer Breakfast February 7
Join in the Community Prayer Breakfast held at 7 - 9 a.m. on February... Read More
Mayor's Community Prayer Breakfast February 7
breakfast meal