Board of Trustees

Form of Government
The Village operates under the Council-Manager form of local government. Bensenville has eight elected officials: six Trustees, a Clerk, and a President (Mayor). Our officials are elected at-large, which means that they represent the entire Village.

Together, the Mayor and Village Board of Trustees create policy and direction for the Village. They perform such functions as passing resolutions and ordinances, approving the expenditure of money, levying taxes, approving subdivisions, zoning, and other land use regulations, and other issues that affect the community of Bensenville.

The President appoints the Village Administrator with the approval of the Board. The Village Administrator carries out the policies and oversees the daily operation of Village business.

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