Winnetka Village Hall sits in the center of Winnetka life -- across from the Metra station and in the midst of the…More downtown business district. The building itself is a Winnetka landmark. Housed in Village Hall are the offices of the village cashier, utility billing, and the community development department, zoning board and plan committee. The Village Council chambers, administration offices, city attorney, human resources department, clerk and voter registration offices are located on the second floor.
Before the current building was constructed, the Village Council was housed in Academy Hall from 1899-1925. After that, the Winnetka Fire Department was located in Academy Hall before a new facility was built on the site in 1968.
Village Green Elm St & Maple St, Winnetka, IL60093 One of the larger parks in Winnetka, the Village Green is a large park that has something for everyone, including a…More field perfect for sports, a playground and a war memorial. These are just a few of the attractions at this park just east of the business district. Village Green was also the location of the first public schoolhouse in Winnetka, which opened October 1, 1859.
Winnetka Police Department 410 Green Bay Rd, Winnetka, IL60093 The Winnetka Police Department is just around the corner from Village Hall and neighbors the fire department. The…More department has 28 sworn officers and 10 non-sworn officers. The Winnetka Police Department offers alerts to residents using the CodeRED notification service. For more information on the program, contact the police department non-emergency line.
Winnetka Fire Department 428 Green Bay Rd, Winnetka, IL60093 The Winnetka Fire Department has its station next to the Police Department and around the corner on Green Bay from…More Village Hall. In addition to fire safety and rescue, the department offers community education, including blood pressure screenings, CPR education and educational tours. For more information, contact the department's non-emergency line listed below.