FEMA FLOOD UPDATE...
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- The U.S. Department of Homeland Security's Federal Emergency Management Agency announced that federal disaster aid has been made available to the State of Illinois and ordered federal aid to supplement state and local recovery efforts in the area affected by severe storms, straight-line winds, and flooding during the period of April 16 to May 5, 2013.
The President's action makes federal funding available to affected individuals in Cook, DeKalb, DuPage, Fulton, Grundy, Kane, Kendall, Lake, LaSalle, McHenry, and Will counties.
Further information about FEMA's action in Cook County can be found in their latest press release here.
The Village will update this page regularly as informaiton is provided. Please check back here for all updates.
FEMA has provdided information for residents to APPLY FOR ASSISTANCE. ALL INFORMATION THE VILLAGE HAS BEEN GIVEN IS PROVIDED IN THIS LINK:
Maple Avenue Construction Starts MONDAY, MAY 13!
Click here for all the information you need about the Maple Avenue Resurfacing Project.
Battle of the Bands is back!
Click here for all the information you need about the 2013 Battle of the Bands.
Water Bill Update
Water invoices will have a different appearance and will be mailed in an envelope instead of the traditional post card. This change complies with privacy laws. Look for your new water bill!Click image to see sample
Upcoming Recreation Events:
To view the Winter/Spring Brookfield Recreation Book CLICK HERE.
For the Brookfield Recreation Department registration form CLICK HERE.
If you have questions about the Indoor Movie Nights or other Brookfield events, you can contact the Recreation Department at 708-485-1528.
Visit the Village of Brookfield Recreation Facebook page by clicking here!
Welcome to Brookfield
Located 13 miles west of downtown Chicago, Brookfield is a pastoral suburb with over 19,000 residents.
New to Brookfield? Visit the About Brookfield section to download the Welcome Package and a map of the town.
Brookfield is a vibrant diverse community of 19,085 individuals supporting a variety of churches, good schools, an excellent library, low taxes, convenient transportation, and extensive parks and recreation programs. We are committed to economic development, modernizing, building, and making our neighborhoods better and safer. Whether shopping, dining, or enjoying the zoo, you will find our humble village a remarkable and friendly place. A great place to live, raise a family, shop, and do business, Brookfield is truly a community in every sense of the word.
Financial and Water Reports:
Want to know more about what expenses the Village of Brookfield has every week? The Village Board of Trustees approves a "Warrant List" that contains every expenditure of the Village at every meeting of the Board of Trustees. This list is always available to anyone who wishes to review it as part of the weekly Board of Trustees Packet. CLICK HERE to review the expenses of the Village by opening the Board of Trustees .pdf packet and clicking on the bookmark for WARRANT LIST.
View the 2010 Water Report here...
View the 2009 Water Report here...
- 2012 Operating Budget
- 2011 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report
- 2010 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report
- 2009 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report
- To review the 2010 Operating Budget click here!
- 2008 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report
- To review the 2009 Operating Budget click here.
- CLICK HERE TO REVIEW THE 2010 APPROPRIATION ORDINANCE.