The Village of Lisle is governed by the Village Mayor and a six member Board of Trustees. The Trustees, Mayor and Village Clerk are elected at-large to 4-year terms and are the Village’s corporate authorities. The Mayor serves as chairman of the Board of Trustees and performs certain duties as defined by the Village Code, which is local law, or by state statutes.
The Mayor and Trustees are charged with the responsibility of establishing Village policies, enacting municipal laws, and overall approval of the conduct of municipal business matters.
The Village Clerk is the official record keeper of the Village and has the responsibility of keeping an official record of meeting proceedings, processing official Village documents, archiving historical records, and the issuance of certain licenses.
View a list of current Village Board members.
Learn more about the types of meetings held by the Village Board of Trustees.
View ways in which you can stay up to date on meetings of the Mayor and Board of Trustees