Bonner Lake
Lindenhurst's motto, "Developing Today for Tomorrow" makes a strong statement toward a positive future. It expresses an attitude for planned positive growth in which we invite you to become a part. Lindenhurst offers the ideal business and family environment.

Lindenhurst is nestled among many forest preserves, walking trails and permanently preserved open space. Located in north central Lake County only minutes west of the I-94 Tollway, Lindenhurst is perfectly positioned between two major Midwestern cities and their numerous amenities. Chicago's O'Hare International Airport and Milwaukee's Mitchell Field are both less than 45 minute ride away. Limitless shopping, entertainment, and dining are all available locally and nearby.


Vision Statement

The Village of Lindenhurst endeavors to be the friendliest and most appealing community in Lake County, Illinois; enriched by small-town values and traditions, fostering an atmosphere where citizens and businesses can thrive.


Mission Statement

The Village of Lindenhurst, in partnership with our community, continuously strives to provide a safe, healthy, and vibrant environment through quality customer service, public safety, progressive leadership, and financial responsibility.


Core Principles

V – Vision: Embracing innovative solutions for a better future

A – Accountability: Demonstrating transparency through ethical, efficient government

L – Leadership: Inspiring and expecting the best of ourselves, each other, and our community

U – Unity: Connecting People through collaborative engagement

E – Excellence: Striving to be our best through integrity, teamwork and exceptional customer

service; nurturing a friendly, desirable place to live


  • JOB OPPORTUNITY: Regular Part-Time Laborer (pdf)
    Lindenhurst Public Works is accepting applications for the position of a Regular Part-Time Laborer through October 7, 2021. Starting pay is $18/hour.
  • 9-15-2021 Aquatic Services Report (pdf)
    9/15/2021 Lake Waterford Update: The Village's lake management service has advised that their treatment plan is working, and there is no longer visible blue-green algae present. Residents can resume normal water activities at their own risk.
  • 9-1-2021 Aquatic Services Report (pdf)
    9/1/2021 Lake Waterford Update: although conditions have improved, it is still advised to refrain from swimming and letting pets near the water. Treatment is on-going, and updates will be given as they become available.