The Village Manager serves as the chief administrator of the Village and provides the benefits of training and experience in administering a local government’s staff, its projects, and its programs. The Village Manager’s Office provides support to the Village Board, develops and recommends the proposed Village budget, oversees internal communications between departments as well as Village communications with the public, and coordinates Village special activities.
The primary responsibilities of the Development Services Department are to coordinate long-range planning; to conduct plan reviews and to issue building permits; to provide inspection and code enforcement services; and to administer the appropriate Village ordinances to preserve and enhance the character and quality of life of the community.
The Finance Department implements the Village’s budget and manages the Village’s financial resources. The Department is also responsible for accounts payable, utility billing, purchasing, meter rreading, payroll, and accounts receivable along with other miscellaneous cashier and office responsibilities. Department staff also manages the Village information systems and financial software programs.
Human Resources is the central coordinating point for the filling of all full-time, permanent part-time, and seasonal positions. The Human Resources Department performs Risk Management functions for all departments and operations. This involves providing reliable protection against human and financial loss through a self-directed and proactive partnership with each Village department that aims at delivering high quality, professional, risk management services.
The primary responsibility of the Police Department is to ensure the safety and well being of all people in the Village. The members of the Department enforce all laws in a respectful, professional manner and the well-trained staff responds to the emergency and daily needs of the community. An active partnership with the citizens and business community of the Village of Huntley is a critical component of the overall success of the department.
Public Works & Engineering
The Public Works Department is comprised of five divisions: Administration and Engineering; Buildings and Grounds; Street Maintenance and Underground Utilities; Fleet Services; and Utilities (Water and Wastewater). Our culture is built upon the principles of service, community and teamwork. Each division integrates in a collaborative effort to solve problems, complete projects, advance the quality of life and improve the health and welfare of residents in the community.