Joliet

Municipal
Large

2017

Data year

660

Employees

$56 million

Total expenditure

$94,799

Median salary

Summary

With a population of 148k, Joliet is classified as Large. It is larger than 99.59% of Municipal populations in Illinois.

The median salary in Joliet is higher than 98.34% of Municipal median salaries in Illinois.

Joliet spent more on payroll in 2017 than 97.51% of other employers in the Municipal category.

The highest spending department in Joliet is the Fire Suppression, with an annual payroll expenditure of $24,436,284.

Employees View all (660)

Top earners in Joliet

Name Position Department Salary
Michael Stromberg Batt Chief-Certified Joliet Fire Suppression $180,511
Robert Dilorenzo Batt Chief-Certified Joliet Fire Suppression $179,470
Ronald Fox Fire Capt/24Hr-Certified Joliet Fire Suppression $174,647
Ronald Schroeder Batt Chief-Certified Joliet Fire Suppression $173,659
Frederick Offermann Fire Capt/24Hr-Certified Joliet Fire Suppression $172,484

Data year: 2017 (Source)

Departments View all (55)

Top-spending departments in Joliet

Department Number of employees Median salary Total expenditure
Fire Suppression 197 $124,042 $24 million
Roadways 65 $67,702 $4 million
Telecommunications 39 $77,076 $3 million
Water Field Crew 18 $115,965 $2 million
Fleet Services 22 $86,434 $2 million

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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