Want To Volunteer For A Committee?

Why Not Get Involved?

Lombard’s strong tradition of volunteerism carries over into Village government. Nearly 100 residents serve on various Boards, Committees and Commissions. These residents provide additional representation between citizens and their elected officials. A brief summary of the purpose of the boards, committees and commissions is included below. For additional information and to view a list of current committee members please visit www.villageoflombard.org/committees. Any questions can be directed to the Village Manager's Office at (630) 620-5712. 

What About You?

Service on boards, committees and commissions is an excellent way for residents to become involved in the operations of local government. Residents interested in volunteering their time and talent should complete the online application which will be forwarded to the Village President. Applications are kept on file for 1 year.

*Please note that applications will be held for 1 year of submission date. If you would like to be considered for a Committee moving forward, please ensure that you submit a new application each year. 

Overview of Boards, Commissions, and Committees
Visit www.villageoflombard.org/committees for more information.

Board of Building Appeals
The Board is responsible for amending the building code to ensure proper development. The Board also hears appeals involving decisions on the interpretation of the building code.
Meetings: Upon call

Board of Fire and Police Commissioners
The Commission is responsible for all appointments, promotions, demotions and dismissals of personnel with the Police and Fire departments except the chief.
Meetings: 4th Friday of the month at 7 a.m. 

Board of Local Improvements
The Board of Local Improvements, often referred to as “BOLI”, was created under State Statute to initiate all special assessment projects and release contracts pertaining to each project. The Committee also maintains records of those residents affected by a special assessment.
Meetings: Thursday following second Tuesday

Plan Commission
The Plan Commission was created under State Statute to advise the Village Board on the development and land use of the Village.
Meetings: Third Monday

Zoning Board of Appeals
The ZBA is responsible for reviewing all requests for variations and administering appeals of the Lombard Zoning Ordinance.
Meetings: Fourth Wednesday

Community Relations Committee
Meetings:  Second Monday

Community Promotions & Tourism Committee
Meetings: Second Tuesday

Economic & Community Development Committee
Meetings: Second Monday

Finance and Administration Committee
Meetings: Fourth Monday

Public Works and Environmental Concerns Committee
Meetings: Second Tuesday

Public Safety and Transportation Committee
Meetings: First Monday

Historic Preservation Commission
Meetings: Third Thursday, January/April/July/October

Liquor Commission
Meetings: Upon call

Pride Committee (www.villageoflombard.org/pride
Meetings: Upon Call