Administration

News about the Administration Department

FirstEnergy Solutions Agrees to Second Amendment to Contract to Lower Village Electrical Prices through July 2017

GURNEE, IL – The Village of Gurnee has renegotiated with FirstEnergy Solutions to lower the electrical supply rate for the final year of the municipal aggregation contract, dropping the rate from 6.69 cents per kilowatt hour to 6.27 cents per kilowatt hour beginning June 2016. 

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Employment with the Village of Gurnee

The Village of Gurnee has 200 full-time and 30 part-time (depending on the season) employees who have many skills and talents. If interested in becoming part of the team at the Village of Gurnee, our current available positions can be viewed in detail here.

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Administration - About

The Administration Department organizes and prepares materials for the Village Board, provides centralized Finance, Personnel, and Information Systems services, reviews and compiles an annual budget proposal, and publishes a quarterly newsletter. The department also oversees utility franchises, a refuse collection and recycling contract, intergovernmental agreements; holds business luncheons; and processes utility bills, liquor licenses, and animal licenses.

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Request for Proposals (RFP) - 2016 Network Equipment and Maintenance RFP

REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL
2016 NETWORK EQUIPMENT & MAINTENANCE PROJECT
 
PUBLIC NOTICE
 
RFP NOTICE
VILLAGE OF GURNEE
325 N.
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Request for Proposals (RFP) - 2016 SERVER REFRESH & STORAGE EXPANSION PROJECT

REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL
2016 SERVER REFRESH & STORAGE EXPANSION PROJECT
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Public Act 097-0609 FY 2016-17 Compensation Reports

Public Act 097-0609 (4 ILCS 120/7.3), requires employers participating in the Illinois Municipal Retirement Fund to post the total compensation package for each employee having a total compensation package that exceeds $75,000.00 per year.

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Residents Reporting Aggressive Sales Tactics from Electric Suppliers


There have been recent reports of residents receiving calls and visits at their doors from electric  supply companies trying to sign up residents for multi-year electric supply contracts. They may claim to be from ComEd or the Village. At this time, the only authorized agent for contacting residents on behalf of the Village's electric aggregation program is First Energy.

If you are contacted by an electric supplier and you are unsure of how to respond, the Village recommends the following:

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