Village Government

Village Government
Broadview is governed by a Village President (Mayor) and a
six-member Board of Trustees who are all elected at large for
four years, with staggered terms. The Village Clerk is also
elected at large for a four-year term.
The Village Board of Trustees is a legislative and policymaking
body, which also approves the annual budget,
determines the tax rate, passes ordinances, and approves land
use changes. Each trustee chairs and serves on two other of the
following committees: Building and Public Property; Finance;
Fire, Police, and Civil Service; Business License; Street,
Sidewalks, and Alleys; Water, Drainage, and Health.
The Village President and Board of Trustees are responsible
for the delivery of top services from each of the Village
Departments to all Broadview citizens.

Voter Registration
Residents may register to vote at the Office of the Village
Clerk in the Municipal Building, 2350 South 25th Avenue,
during regular business hours. Proof of residency is required.

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