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Boards & Commissions A-M
Architectural Control Commission
The Architectural Control Commission (ACC) is composed of seven (7) members each being a licensed professional engineer, a builder, or a superintendent of construction with at least ten (10) years of experience.
The Arts Commission acts in an advisory capacity to the Board of Trustees to encourage the development and enjoyment of the arts in Northbrook.
Board of Fire & Police Commissioners
This board contributes to the safety of Northbrook.
Board of Local Improvements
The Board of Local Improvements is convened to consider petitions for neighborhood improvements (street lights, sewers and streets) which are to be paid for through a special assessment.
The Community Commission's mission is to encourage understanding and respect, acknowledge the value of diversity in the community, and encourage openness in Northbrook to all persons, regardless of race, ethnicity, color, immigration or refugee status, religion or creed, gender or sexual orientation, age, mental or physical disability, veteran status, or other social identities.
Economic Strategy Commission
The Economic Strategy Commission shall act in an advisory capacity to the Village President and Board of Trustees on matter related to economic development and business retention.
The Electrical Commission reviews the Village's Codes pertaining to the installation of electrical systems and equipment.
Emergency Telephone Systems Board
Funding for the Emergency Telephone System is governed by the Emergency Telephone Systems Board.
Firefighters' Pension Fund
The mission of the Northbrook Firefighters Pension Fund is to maintain the fiduciary responsibility of the prudent investment of fund contributions and appropriate administration of benefits to fund participants while maintaining full compliance with statutory requirements.
Foreign Fire Insurance Board
The Foreign Fire Insurance Board shall manage and administer the money in the Foreign Fire Insurance Fund as required by state statute for the maintenance, use, and benefit of the Fire Department.