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Round Lake Village

Visit the Round Lake village website to find updated meeting dates, agendas, community information and more. You can also sign up for the village newsletter and receive email alerts, make payments, or directly contact village staff.

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Voter Registration

Are you registered to vote? You can use this website to register online or check to see if you are already registered. Click the link below to visit the Illinois Online Voter Registration Application Website to register or check your status. 

Make sure you are registered to vote in the April 2023 election!


Round Lake Board

It's important to know how to contact your local government officials. We elect our trustees and mayor to serve our community and make decisions in the best interests of our residents, taxpayers, business owners, and surrounding community.

Together We Can Change the Face of Local Government in Round Lake

Round Lake

Hands Up

Join the Round Lake Forward Facebook Group to discuss future elections and focus on local Round Lake government, residents, and businesses. Together we can honor our past, collaborate in the present, and build a better future.

On April 4, 2023 Vote For

Trustee Carolina Schottland
Trustee Mark Amann
Trustee Sergio Rodriguez
Kevin Strine
Brian Brubaker

The Village of Round Lake Board consists of six trustees, one mayor, and a village clerk. The village clerk does not have voting power. Consolidated Elections for the Village of Round Lake will be held on April 4, 2023. The following Public Offices will be up for election:

Village Trustee (4 years)

Village Trustee (4 years)

Village Trustee (4 years)

Village Trustee (2 years)

Village Trustee (2 years)

*Village Clerk (2 years)

Trustee Patel and Mayor Kraly are not up for election until spring 2025.

*There may be a question on the ballot in April regarding the future of the clerk position: should it be elected or appointed by the mayor?

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Here's How the Trustees Voted on the Ski Hill Issue:

Trustee Amann---No

Trustee Foy--Yes

Trustee Law--Yes

Trustee Patel--No

Trustee Rodriguez--No

Trustee Schottland--No

It is also important to note that the mayor only votes in case of a tie among the trustees. In terms of the Ski Hill issue, it was well documented that Mayor Kraly was very supportive of the proposal, and of businessman Dan Powell. Although he did not cast an official vote on September 19, it is possible he would have voted in favor of the project.
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