Lansing Municipal Center
3141 Ridge Road
Lansing, IL. 60438
Monday through Friday
9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
First and third Tuesday of each month (no first Tuesday meeting in January, July or August). Meetings begin at 7:00pm and are held at the Municipal Court Facility (Police Station) located at 2710 170th St.
MAYOR PATTY EIDAM
Mayor Patty Eidam moved to Lansing in 1979 when she was hired as Lansing's first full-time female police officer/paramedic. She and her husband Bud have been married 36 years and have 3 children and two grandsons. She has served as a Director of L.A.C.E and is a two-time Lansing Volunteer of the Year award winner (Lansing Historical Society in 2007 and Lansing Junior Woman's Association in 2012). Mayor Eidam is also past President and Vice-President of the Lansing Historical Society. She spearheaded and chaired Lansing's very successful public art project 'Tri Motors in Plane View' in 2006. Then, in 2007, she received the prestigious ATHENA Leadership Award, presented annually to an individual who is honored for professional excellence, community service, and leadership skills. From 2001 to 2009 Mayor Eidam served as a Village Trustee and then as Village Clerk from 2009 to 2013. She served as Village Trustee again from 2015 to 2017. She is also a proud military veteran having served as a military intelligence analyst in the United States Army.
VILLAGE CLERK VIVIAN PAYNE
Vivian and her husband Steve have two adult children and have lived in Lansing for 25 years. They have been members of St. Ann Church for over 20 years. Vivian’s work experience and service to her community have thoroughly prepared her for the role of Village Clerk. She previously served as the Executive Assistant to the Mayor from May 2009 to May 2017, held the role of Deputy Clerk for four years, and also was the Executive Director of the Lansing Area Chamber of Commerce. During her tenure with the Village, Vivian initiated and has organized Lansing’s Community Clean-Up Day for the past 10 years. As Village Clerk, she also created Lansing’s first Beautification Committee, which is responsible for planting all of the beautiful flowers in the downtown business district as well as several other locations throughout the Village. Vivian is currently serving a six-year term as a Trustee on the South Suburban College Board, is past President of the Lansing Business Women’s Association, and past Secretary of the Planning & Zoning Board of Appeals. Visit the Village Clerk's page by clicking here.
TRUSTEE SAAD ABBASY708-832-4569
Chair of the Finance and Human Relations Commission and Co-Chair of the Police and Fire Department Committee
Trustee Saad Abbasy has lived in Lansing for almost 30 years. He and his wife Lindsey have been married for 9 years and have two children. In his professional career, he works as a senior compliance analyst for a financial regulator, where he regularly reads and interprets budgets and financial statements. His experience in municipal government began in February of 2016 when he was chosen to serve on Lansing’s Planning and Zoning Board. Early in 2017, Trustee Abbasy was appointed as Chairperson of that same Board. He and his family are actively involved in the Cornerstone Church in Lansing. Trustee Abbasy is the Chair of the Finance and Human Relations Commission and Co-Chair of the Police and Fire Department Committee.
TRUSTEE STEVEN "MIKE" FISH708firstname.lastname@example.orgChair of the Airport and Economic Development Committee and Co-Chair of the Building Department and Public Works Committee
Trustee Steven "Mike" Fish has been a Lansing resident for over 50 years. He and his wife Kathy have been married for 41 years and have 2 sons. During his 30-year Lansing Public Works career, he held the positions of Assistant Superintendent and also Interim Superintendent. He has served the community in a variety of leadership positions including the LARC Board, the Lan-Oak Park District Board, and the Village Planning & Zoning Board. He has also volunteered in various civic organizations such as the Lansing Copper Muggers, the Cub Scouts, and as a swim coach working with Special Olympics athletes. Trustee Fish is the Chair of the Airport and Economic Development Committee and Co-Chair of the Building Department and Public Works Committee.
TRUSTEE MAUREEN GRADY-PEROVICH
Chair of the Youth Center & Insurance Committee & the Co-Chair of the LNN, IT and ADA Committee
Trustee Maureen Grady-Perovich has lived in Lansing for 32 years. She and her husband Tony have been married for 32 years and have 4 children. Trustee Grady-Perovich graduated from Marian Catholic High School before focusing on nursing as a career. In 2014 she earned her Doctorate in Nursing Practice from Governors State University and is currently a Professor of Nursing at Prairie State College. Her past involvement in Lansing includes being a Lansing Volunteer Paramedic, a Police and Fire commissioner, the secretary of the Lansing Volunteer Recognition Committee, an Honor Flight Chicago Volunteer, and a Camp Quality medical volunteer. Trustee Grady-Perovich is the Chair of the Youth Center and Insurance Committee and the Co-Chair of the LNN, IT and ADA Committee.
TRUSTEE BRIAN HARDY708-832-4564
Chair of the Building Department and Public Works Committee & Co-Chair of the Airport and Economic Development Committee
A nearly lifelong Lansing resident, Trustee Brian Hardy has owned and operated a successful business in Lansing (Chicago’s Finest Ironworks) for over 30 years. He and his wife Kathy have been married for 38 years and have 2 children. He is a recent Chairman of the Planning and Zoning Board and also has served as a Director and then President of the Lansing Chamber of Commerce from 1996 to 1999. His past service to the community also includes 12 years as a director and coach in the Lansing Old Timers youth sports organization. In addition, Brian is an active member of the Lansing Copper Muggers service club. Trustee Hardy is the Chair of the Building Department and Public Works Committee & Co-Chair of the Airport and Economic Development Committee.
TRUSTEE MICHAEL MANNO
Chair of the LNN, IT and ADA Committee & the Co-Chair of the Youth Center & Insurance Committee
Trustee Michael Manno has resided in Lansing for almost 60 years. He is married to his wife Kathleen (45 years) and they have 3 daughters. Michael Manno joined the Lansing Police department in 1978 and served there until his appointment as a Trustee in April 2013. Trustee Manno also served on District 171’s school board as well as the police and fire safety team. He has served the community through countless volunteer efforts, including serving as president of the T.F. South Booster Club and the Lansing Lions Football Organization, a coach in the Lansing Girls' Softball Program, and as the chairman of the Marian Catholic fundraising committee. Additionally, he also served for two years on the Board of Directors for the LACE organization, was a member of the Lansing Volunteer Recognition Committee, and in 2018 became the first male to win the prestigious Athena Award. Lansing Trustee Manno is the Chair of the LNN, IT and ADA Committee and the Co-Chair of the Youth Center and Insurance Committee.
TRUSTEE JERRY ZELDENRUST708-832-4570
Chair of the Police and Fire Department Committee & the Co-Chair of the Finance and Human Relations Commission
Trustee Jerry Zeldenrust grew up in Lansing, and he and his wife Sheila have been married for 38 years and have three daughters. His professional career saw him spend nearly 30 years as a Lansing police officer, where he served as a patrol officer, a detective, and as the Commander of Support Services. As Commander, he was responsible for creating and handling annual budgets, writing grants, and supervising the records, facilities, and telecommunications divisions. After retiring from the police force, Jerry spent the next five years as Chief of Public Safety at the Moody Bible Institute in Chicago. He is also a lifelong and active member of the First Church (PCA) in Lansing. Trustee Zeldenrust is the Chair of the Police and Fire Department Committee & the Co-Chair of the Finance and Human Relations Commission.