Government Transparency

The Village of Woodridge promotes transparency in all its operations. By providing as much data as possible through our website, residents can be better informed about the services and support that are provided through local tax dollars and fees.

Through the sharing of this information, we hope to better inform residents and continue to improve the decision making process that helps shape our community.
Community Direction - The Strategic Management ProcessThe Strategic Management Process is an important step in developing the Village's goals for the coming year. Annually, Village officials and residents discuss community needs, prioritize policy options, and set goals. The changing needs of Woodridge residents are recognized and addressed through the Strategic Management Process, which set goals that serve as a foundation for the annual budget. Visit the Strategic Management webpage for more information on this process.  Below you can find quarterly scorecards regarding the Village's achievement and pursuit of these goals.
Reports on Goal Achievement & Pursuit Facility Needs and Master Plan AnalysisReview the current facility needs for the Village of WoodridgeFinances View a schedule of Village fees for various services, licenses, permits and more.
Employee Wage & Benefit Information Village Communication Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) Request Village Board Documents and Videos, Plan Commission Meeting Information Village Documents OnlineThe Village has many documents available for viewing through its Archive Center.  Visit the page for financial reports, newsletters, commission minutes and agendas, and more.
Prevailing WageThe Village is required to publish the prevailing wage rates for DuPage, Cook, and Will counties as ascertained by the Illinois Department of Labor (IDOL). Click here to view the IDOL prevailing wage website and select the applicable county from the list.
Village Projects - Development ChartThe development projects map provides an opportunity to view current development projects taking place throughout the Village.
Lobbying The Village does not directly contract for lobbying representation.
Village ContractsFor Village contracts starting in 2012, the documents are stored in a searchable on-line database.  Simply visit the Village's information portal and search for the contract you are seeking by entering keywords in the search field and executing your search.  Results can be sorted by date as well as by document type.  Many contracts are approved by resolution.