The mission of the Community Development Department is to give professional assistance in planning, development and construction. We will provide excellent customer service as we create a high quality environment for living, working, shopping and recreation.
A GROWING COMMUNITY
The Village of Romeoville is a fast growing community that is building its way into the future. The opportunities available to residents and businesses alike make Romeoville a desirable place to live and work. Romeoville has a broad range of housing options. Single family homes, duplexes, townhomes, upper scale apartments, and senior housing constitute housing in Romeoville. Different neighborhoods provide different amenities, but all are peaceful with quality housing. Please visit us to see what we can offer you.
Pinnacle Drive will soon be extended south, completing a north-south connection from Airport Road to Renwick Road. During last night’s Board Meeting, the Romeoville Village Board annexed 20 acres of property that will allow for the extension. Read on...
The Village of Romeoville is a dynamic and growing community of 40,000 residents. Romeoville's business climate has never been more favorable. Romeoville boasts a well balanced economy and progressive business atmosphere. We are a premiere site for commercial and industrial development and offer:
- Business Friendly Government
- Development availability along I-55 Corridor
- Development incentives
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- Expedited Permit Process
- High Quality of Life
- Highly accessible location with direct access to I-55 and I-355
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- New Metra Station located on the Heritage Corridor Rail Line
- One of the fastest growing communities in Will County
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Mayor John Noak, the U.S. Conference of Mayors, and Wells Fargo joined together to present a 2019 First Place CommunityWINS® Grant Award in the amount of $75,000 to Lewis University for its work to support the Lewis Innovation Hub. Read on...
February 2016 - The Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting has, once again, been awarded to the Village of Romeoville. Read on...
June 26, 2014 - Mayor Noak and Peacock Engineering accepted the 2014 Edie Award given by the Illinois Chamber of Commerce. The award recognizes significant economic development projects including the Peacock Engineering expansion at 1001 Crossroads Pkwy. Read on...