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VILLAGE OF BARRINGTON
The Village of Barrington is a vibrant and active community located 35 miles northwest of Chicago. The village prides itself on being a small town with rural roots. Barrington is the commercial center for shopping and dining for a cluster of affluent communities that stretches from the Northwest Tollway (I-90) north into central Lake County. The Metra commuter train line provides easy access for area residents as the most convenient route to the city.

VILLAGE HALL
200 S. Hough St. | Barrington, IL 60010
www.barrington-il.gov | (847) 304‑3400

Village President: Karen Darch | kdarch@barrington-il.gov
Village Manager: Scott Anderson
Barrington Community School District 220: (847) 381‑6300
Barrington Park District: (847) 381‑0687
Barrington Area Library: (847) 382‑1300
Police (non-emergency): (847) 304‑3300
Fire (non-emergency): (847) 304‑3600
Population: 10,479
Median household income: $118,124
Board of Trustees: Kate Duncan, Jason Lohmeyer, Mike Moran, Todd Sholeen, Jennifer Wondrasek, Emily Young

Barrington Area Council of Governments
Mission: To foster cooperation and strategies to address regional challenges and support the BACOG Comprehensive Regional Plan.

Contact: Janet Agnoletti, Executive Director, 112 Algonquin Rd., Barrington Hills, IL 60010 | (847) 381‑7871

VILLAGE OF BARRINGTON HILLS
In today’s busy, often impersonal world, the Village of Barrington Hills is an oasis of another time and another way of life, where residents not only know each other, but join together to enjoy their interests and hobbies, participate in village-wide events, and the many casual neighbor-sponsored get-togethers. A popular horse community, the Village of Barrington Hills truly has maintained its “special way of life.”

VILLAGE HALL
112 Algonquin Rd. | Barrington Hills, IL 60010
www.vbhil.gov | (847) 551‑3000

Village President: Martin J. McLaughlin | mmclaughlin@vbhil.gov
Clerk: Nikki Panos | npanos@vbhil.gov
Director of Administration: Anna Paul | apaul@vbhil.gov
Barrington Area Library: (847) 382‑1300
Barrington Community School District 220: (847) 381‑6300
Carpentersville Community Unit School District 300: (847) 551‑8300
Fox River Valley Public Library District: (847) 428‑3661
Park District: (847) 783‑6772
Police (non-emergency): (847) 428‑8784
Fire (non-emergency): (847) 381‑2141
*Barrington Hills is served by FIVE fire districts:
Algonquin/Lake in the Hills: (847) 658‑8233
Barrington Countryside non-emergency (Headquarters) (224) 848‑4800
Carpentersville: (847) 426‑2131
East Dundee: (847) 426‑7521
Fox River Grove: (847) 639‑9232
Population: 4,209
Board of Trustees: Brian D. Cecola, Bryan C. Croll, Colleen Konicek Hannigan,
Paula Jacobsen, Debra Buettner, Robert M. Zubak

VILLAGE OF DEER PARK
The Village of Deer Park was incorporated in 1957. It is located in the Northwest Suburbs of Chicago in Lake and Cook counties, just minutes from Route 53 and two Metra train stations. Deer Park is home to over 70 distinctive shops at Deer Park Town Center, Town Center Promenade, upscale and family-friendly dining and a growing business community at Deer Park Office Center and The Reserve at Deer Park. Housing options include The Solana, an upscale senior community and Deer Park Crossing, a luxury 236-unit multi-family development. Rolling open countryside of the residential community includes over 13 parks and walking trails flanked by two forest preserves.

VILLAGE HALL
23680 W. Cuba Rd. | Deer Park, Il 60010
www.Villageof Deerpark.com | (847) 726‑1648

Village President: Dale Sands | Dsands@vodp.net
Village Administrator: Beth McAndrews | Bmcandrews@vodp.net
Clerk: Kimberly Kelly | Clerk@vodp.net
Barrington Area Library: (847) 382‑1300
Barrington Community School District 220: (847) 381‑6300
Lake Zurich Community School District 95: (847) 438‑2831
Police (non-emergency): (847) 549‑5200
Lake Zurich Fire Protection District (non-emergency): (847) 540‑5070
Population: 4,260
Median household income: $163,000
Board of Trustees: Jodie Johnson, David Lemme, James Oakley, Keith Olson,
Tony Pietro, Greg Rusteberg

VILLAGE OF INVERNESS
While the Village of Inverness has grown considerably from its origins, it still maintains the rural character and natural beauty that attracted its developers over 70 years ago. Today it is a quiet, stable residential community of attractive homes with a population of almost 7,400.

VILLAGE HALL
1400 Baldwin Rd. | Inverness, IL 60067
www.inverness-il.gov | (847) 358‑7740

Mayor: John A. Tatooles | contact@inverness-il.gov
Village Administrator: Sam Trakas | strakas@inverness-il.gov
Deputy Village Clerk: Stacy Smith | stacy.smith@inverness-il.gov
Inverness Park District: (847) 934‑6300
Police: (non-emergency): (847) 358‑7766
Fire: (non-emergency) Palatine Rural District: (847) 991‑8700
Barrington Countryside District: (847) 304‑3600
Community Consolidated School District 15: (847) 963‑3000
Township High School District 211: (847) 755‑6600
Barrington Community Unit School District 220: (847) 381‑6300
Population: 7,399
Median household income: $141,672
Board of Trustees: Russell P. Fitton, Chuck Fritz, Richard C. Gallagher,
Terrence H. Kral, Hugh Masterson, John R. Willis

VILLAGE OF KILDEER
Named for a white-bellied bird that shouts “kill-dee,” Kildeer is a community nestled in a natural setting with spacious lots and a growing retail sector. Since its incorporation in 1958, the village’s growth has been carefully and thoughtfully guided. The community consists of custom homes, wooded areas, picturesque ponds and lakes.

VILLAGE HALL
21911 Quentin Rd. | Kildeer, IL 60047
www.villageofkildeer.com | (847) 438‑6000

Village President: Nandia Black | nblack@villageofkildeer.com
Acting Clerk: Michael Talbett | mtalbett@villageofkildeer.com
Chief Village Officer: Michael Talbett | mtalbett@villageofkildeer.com
School District 95: (847) 438‑2831
School District 96: (847) 459‑4260
School District 125: (847) 634‑4000
Ela Area Public Library: (847) 438‑3433
Police (non-emergency): (847) 438‑6010
Fire (non-emergency)
West side: Lake Zurich Rural Fire Protection District: (847) 438‑2349
East side: Long Grove Rural Fire Protection District: (847) 634‑3143
Population: 3,968
Median household income: $137,498
Board of Trustees: William Johnson, Keith Kovanda, Ralph Liberatore,
Les Sokolowski, Barb Stavropoulos, Basel Tarabein

VILLAGE OF LAKE BARRINGTON
Lake Barrington is a small, predominately residential community distinguished by its mature trees, larger residential lots and dedication to open spaces. The village includes the Lake Barrington Business and Industrial Park, which incorporates a variety of commercial, office and light industrial uses including the Canlan Sportsplex of Lake Barrington, the largest indoor multi-sports complex in the Midwest; and some unique resale shops, dining and more.

VILLAGE HALL
23860 N. Old Barrington Rd. | Lake Barrington, IL 60010
www.lakebarrington.org | (847) 381‑6010

  • Village President: Kevin Richardson | lakebarrington@lakebarrington.org
  • Village Administrator: Karen Daulton Lange | kdlange@lakebarrington.org
  • Barrington Area Library: (847) 382‑1300
  • Barrington Community School District 220: (847) 381‑6300
  • Lake Barrington Countryside Park District: (847) 886‑9071
  • Police – Lake County Sheriff: (847) 549‑5200
  • Fire (non-emergency)
  • Barrington Countryside Fire Protection District: (224) 848‑4800
  • Wauconda Fire Protection District : (847) 526‑2821
  • Population: 4,973
  • Median household income: $106,951
  • Board of Trustees: Andrew F. Burke,Chris Mitchell, Susie Perkins, Randall L. Rigby, John L. Schaller, Jim Thompson

VILLAGE OF LONG GROVE
The Village of Long Grove is known as “the town flourishing with yesterday’s charm in the lifestyle of today.” As Illinois’ first historic district, Long Grove’s charm is distinctively real. Famous for its annual festivals and lush green spaces, Long Grove was recently named one of Chicago’s Best Public Spaces by the Metropolitan Planning Council.

VILLAGE HALL
3110 Old McHenry Rd. | Long Grove, IL 60047
longgroveil.gov | (847) 634‑9440

  • Village President: Bill Jacob | bill.jacob@longgroveil.gov
  • Clerk: Amy Johns Gayton
  • Historic Downtown Long Grove Business Association:
  • (847) 634‑0888 | www.longgrove.org
  • Police (non-emergency) Lake County Sheriff: (847) 549‑5200
  • Fire (non-emergency): (847) 634‑3143
  • Schools: Several school districts and schools serve residents of Long Grove. Call the village office to determine your school district(s).
  • Population: 8,043
  • Median household income: $148,150
  • Board of Trustees: Chris Borawski, Ann Kritzmire, Chuck Nora, Rita O’Connor, Bobbie O’Reilly, Michael Sarlitto

VILLAGE OF NORTH BARRINGTON
The Village of North Barrington continues to attract new residents who are drawn to the community’s outstanding natural resources. Its accessibility to metropolitan activity centers provides a unique opportunity for countryside living with a close proximity to urban opportunities.

VILLAGE HALL
111 Old Barrington Rd. | North Barrington, IL 60010
www.northbarrington.org | (847) 381‑6000

  • Village President: Eleanor Sweet-McDonnell | info@northbarrington.org
  • Clerk: Kathy Nelander
  • Barrington Community School District 220: (847) 381‑6300
  • Lake Zurich Community Unit School District 95: (847) 438‑2831
  • Barrington Area Library: (847) 382‑1300
  • Police (non-emergency) Lake County Sheriff’s Police: (847) 549‑5200
  • Fire (non-emergency) Wauconda Fire Protection District: (847) 526‑2821
  • Lake Zurich Rural Fire Protection District: (847) 540‑5070
  • Population: 3,047
  • Median household income: $146,251
  • Board of Trustees: Jackie Andrew, Gregory Rogus, Patricia Kalinowski, Janice Sauer, Todd Smith, Lawrence Jay Weiner

VILLAGE OF PORT BARRINGTON
The Village of Port Barrington is a small town nestled in the Fox River Valley. This recreational community, located in both Lake and McHenry Counties, has walking, biking and snowmobile trails, boating, fishing and several parks and marinas within its boundaries.

VILLAGE HALL
69 South Circle Ave. | Port Barrington, IL 60010
www.portbarrington.net | (847) 639‑7595

  • General inquires: villagehall@portbarrington.net
  • Village President: Shannon Yeaton | vpyeaton@portbarrington.net
  • Clerk: Nancy Bachal
  • Barrington Community School District 220: (847) 381‑6300
  • Wauconda Community Unit School District 118: (847) 526‑7690
  • Barrington Area Library: (847) 382‑1300
  • Wauconda Area Library: (847) 526‑6225
  • Police Lake County Sheriff (non-emergency): (847) 549‑5200
  • McHenry County Sheriff (non-emergency): (815) 338‑2144
  • Fire (non-emergency) Wauconda Fire Protection District: (847) 526‑2821
  • Population: 1,517
  • Median household income: $124,196
  • Board of Trustees: Dawn Cillo, David Corrigan, John Grothendick, Dan Herstedt, Ryan Thomasson, Keith Vogeler

VILLAGE OF SOUTH BARRINGTON
The Village of South Barrington came from rural roots and still maintains its pastoral feel amidst the growth and development of recent years. South Barrington continues to provide a serene setting for neighborhoods situated near office complexes, restaurants, entertainment and retail in the upscale Arboretum of South Barrington.

VILLAGE HALL
30 S. Barrington Rd. | South Barrington, IL 60010
www.southbarrington.org | (847) 381‑7510

  • Village President: Paula McCombie | pmccombie@southbarrington.org
  • Clerk: Donna Wood
  • Barrington Community School District 220: (847) 381‑6300
  • Township High School District 211: (847) 755‑6600
  • Palatine Community Consolidated School District 15: (847) 963‑3000
  • Community Unit School District 300: (847) 426‑1300
  • Barrington Area Library: (847) 382‑1300
  • Police (non-emergency): (847) 381‑7511
  • Fire (served by three surrounding departments): 911
  • Population: 4,565
  • Median household income: $170,755
  • Board of Trustees: Joseph Abbate, Therese DeSerto-Cohen, Stephen Guranovich, Bernard Kerman, Dr. Hina Patel, Dr. Anthony Stagno

VILLAGE OF TOWER LAKES
Originally developed in the 1920s as a recreational summer-home community, the Village of Tower Lakes is centered around two scenic private lakes, totaling over 85 acres. Although all the homes are now year-round, the lakes and heavily wooded rolling hills continue to attract recreation oriented and nature-loving residents. It is known for its “resort living since 1924.” The village was incorporated in 1966.

VILLAGE HALL
400 N. Route 59 | Tower Lakes, IL 60010
www.towerlakes-il.gov | (847) 526‑0488

  • Village President: David Parro | dparro@towerlakes-il.gov
  • Clerk: Christine H. Burgoon | villageclerk@towerlakes-il.gov
  • Deputy Clerk: Debra Baggett | village@towerlakes-il.gov
  • Barrington Community School District 220: (847) 381‑6300
  • Barrington Area Library: (847) 382‑1300
  • Police (non-emergency): (847) 526‑3800
  • Fire & Rescue (non-emergency) Wauconda Fire Dept.: (847) 526‑2821
  • Population: 1,300
  • Median household income: $130,338
  • Board of Trustees: David Burnidge, Andy Hay, Chrissie Mena, Caroline Milne, Randy Spiess, Rick Steffen