Mount Prospect

Municipal
Large

2017

Data year

343

Employees

$27 million

Total expenditure

$86,338

Median salary

Summary

With a population of 55k, Mount Prospect is classified as Large. It is larger than 93.36% of Municipal populations in Illinois.

The median salary in Mount Prospect is higher than 93.36% of Municipal median salaries in Illinois.

Mount Prospect spent more on payroll in 2017 than 91.29% of other employers in the Municipal category.

The highest spending department in Mount Prospect is the Police, with an annual payroll expenditure of $9,348,119.

Employees View all (343)

Top earners in Mount Prospect

Name Position Department Salary
Michael J Cassady Village Manager Mount Prospect Administration $229,763
Timothy Janowick Police Chief Mount Prospect Police $163,512
Brian E Lambel Fire Chief Mount Prospect Fire $159,274
Sean Dorsey Public Works Director Mount Prospect Public Works $159,122
Michael Eterno Deputy Chief Mount Prospect Police $152,996

Data year: 2017 (Source)

Departments View all (8)

Top-spending departments in Mount Prospect

Department Number of employees Median salary Total expenditure
Police 102 $91,648 $9 million
Fire 90 $86,093 $8 million
Public Works 82 $73,831 $6 million
Administration 17 $78,616 $1 million
Community Development 20 $61,052 $1 million

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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