Village Manager

I am honored to be the Village Manager of the Village of Villa Park. As Village Manager I am charged with the day to day operations of the Village. I was appointed Village Manager in April 2011.

Prior to my appointment here in Villa Park I served in the capacity as City Administrator, Assistant City Administrator and Economic Development Manager in the City of East Moline, Illinois.

I am a graduate of United Township High School in East Moline, IL, Black Hawk College in Moline, IL, and Augustana College in Rock Island, IL. I currently hold a Master of Public Administration (MPA) degree from Northern Illinois University (NIU) in DeKalb, IL.

Our Village is a community of approximately 22,052 people and is generally bounded by city of Lombard to the west, city of Elmhurst to the east, Oakbrook Terrace on the south, and city Addison to the north.

Villa Park is represented by a President/Board of Trustees form of government. Our officials are elected at large for staggered four year terms. I am privileged to have been appointed by such a committed and enthusiastic group of individuals.

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The Village Manager coordinates the day-to-day activities of the village. The Village Manager is appointed by the Village Board.

Other Village Employees


Our dedicated and hard working employees are either exempt, or represented by one of four different unions including; Metropolitan Alliance of Police (Villa Park Chapter 24,) Villa Park Professional Firefighters Association (Local 2392,) Teamsters Local 700, and American Federal State County Municipal Employees (AFSCME Local 964.) These employees operate within certain departments including Parks and Recreation, Community Development, Economic Development, Police, Fire, Engineering, Finance, Public Works, and Administration. To learn more about these departments please take a moment and visit the portions of our website dedicated to the areas mentioned above.