The following information is provided to prospective Mundelein Historical Commission members as a guide to the functions and duties of the Mundelein Historical Commission.
The purpose of the Mundelein Historical Commission is to cooperate and collaborate with other organizations, as appropriate, to develop a long-term plan to preserve Mundelein’s history and to make its history accessible and available to the community. The Historical Commission is charged with planning the administration of programs, policies, and activities to preserve the Village's history for current and future generations. The Commission's activities include researching and evaluating strategies to perpetuate educational events and programs which represent and reflect Mundelein's history; safeguard the Village's historic aesthetic and community heritage through appropriate preservation programming; and promote the use of Mundelein’s history, artifacts, and memorabilia for the continued education of its residents and visitors. The Historical Commission advises the Village Board on recommended strategies, partnerships, and best practices to preserve Mundelein’s history.
Seven members appointed by the Mayor with the advice and consent of the Board of Trustees. Members of the Commission shall reside within the Village of Mundelein or within one and one-half miles thereof, or shall be a business owner in Mundelein, or an employee of a business in Mundelein.
- Michael Flynn, Chairman
- Wendy Frasier
- Gary Gunther
- Shawn Killackey
- John Schockmel
- Karen Walsh
- Anne Walker
First Wednesday of each month at 6:30 p.m., Mundelein Village Hall, 300 Plaza Circle. View the Meeting Schedule.
Municipal Code Book
Village Staff Liaisons
- Peter Vadopalas, Assistant Village Administrator
- Jonathan Kellogg, Management Analyst