Village of Lisle government is committed to providing the best service possible to their residents, the Lisle Village Board consists of the mayor, a six-member board of trustees and a village clerk. The mayor, trustees and clerk are all elected to four-year terms. All policies for the village, as well as the enactment of municipal laws, are the responsibility of the mayor and trustees. Responsibility for processing village ordinances and resolutions and primary record keeping belongs to the office of the village clerk.

In addition to the village board, the Village of Lisle has several advisory boards, commissions and committees, among them the Economic Development Commission, Planning and Zoning Commission and Special Events Committee.

For residents looking to give back to their community, the Volunteers 4 Lisle program offers the opportunity to help the village better prepare for routine and emergency situations. Modeled after the Volunteers in Police Service program, Volunteers 4 Lisle partners with the Lisle Police Department to assist with operations, support and administration. For more information, visit

Dedicated to the safety and well-being of residents and visitors alike are the 38 officers of the Lisle Police Department, as well as eight civilian support and five community service personnel. Through response to calls and programs that foster community interaction, the men and women of the department help make day-to-day life in Lisle a safe place to live, work and play.

The Lisle-Woodridge Fire District serves the Village of Lisle, a large portion of the Village of Woodridge and some unincorporated areas of DuPage County, providing fire protection, emergency medical and related services to approximately 70,000 residents over 25 square miles. Operating independent of the Village of Lisle, the Lisle-Woodridge Fire District is an ISO Class 1 fire district, the highest rating awarded by the Insurance Services Office. A property owner’s insurance premiums are lower as a result of this rating.