DuPage County Forest Preserve

Forest Preserve


Data year



$18 million

Total expenditure


Median salary


The median salary in DuPage County Forest Preserve is higher than 100.00% of Forest Preserve median salaries in Illinois.

DuPage County Forest Preserve spent more on payroll in 2017 than 80.00% of other employers in the Forest Preserve category.

The highest spending department in DuPage County Forest Preserve is the Law Enforcement, with an annual payroll expenditure of $1,959,344.

Employees View all (398)

Top earners in DuPage County Forest Preserve

Name Position Department Salary
Edward F Stevenson Executive Director DuPage County Forest Preserve Core Management $165,008
Jay W Johnson Mgr Of Site Operations DuPage County Forest Preserve Comm Svcs Edu-West Div $147,774
John J Hogan Dir Of Finance And Adm DuPage County Forest Preserve Finance Admin-Finance $144,983
Michael L Pubentz Dir Of Field Operations DuPage County Forest Preserve Field Ops-Admin $137,625
Daniel L Zinnen Dir Of Res Mgmt And Develop DuPage County Forest Preserve Rmd-Admin $136,597

Data year: 2017 (Source)

Departments View all (46)

Top-spending departments in DuPage County Forest Preserve

Department Number of employees Median salary Total expenditure
Law Enforcement 28 $69,977 $2 million
Rmd-Facilities Mgmt 29 $47,894 $1 million
Finance Admin-Fleet Services 13 $70,141 $912k
Comm Svcs Edu-West Div 20 $45,388 $908k
Finance Admin-Finance 11 $70,936 $780k

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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