The Village of Glenview

2018 Village Budget

An increased commitment to capital improvements is part of the Village of Glenview’s structurally balanced and sustainable spending plan for 2018.

The $129.7 million budget continues the fiscally responsible practice of supporting ongoing expenditures with ongoing revenues, and maintains high service levels.

To help keep repairs and improvements to roads, sewers and other infrastructure up to standards, the budget includes a nominal property tax increase to be dedicated to those purposes. The total $250,000 of additional property taxes generated will help address the funding gap between dedicated funding sources and the community’s infrastructure needs. That slight property tax increase – 2.25 percent from a year earlier – represents an increase of about $13.50 on the Village portion of the average property owner’s annual bill.

The Village’s 2018 spending plan was adopted December 5, 2017 by the Village Board of Trustees following three public workshops, a capital improvement projects public open house and public hearings on the property tax levy and on the budget.

Budget review and adoption