Board of Trustees

Village President

Albert R. Pino
 

Trustees

Jackie Andrew
Edmund P. Boland
Martin Pais
Janice Sauer
Todd Smith
Lawrence Jay Weiner
 

Village Contact Info

Village Hall:
111 Old Barrington Road
North Barrington, IL 60010

Phone (847) 381-6000
FAX (847) 381-3303

Office hours:
Monday-Friday, 8:30am-4pm

Non-Emergency Numbers

Sheriff: (847) 549-5200

Fire (Nof Miller): (847) 526-2821
Fire (S of Miller):(847) 540-5070

G.S. Hospital: (847) 381-9600
Poison Control: (800) 942-5969
Mosquito Control: (847) 942-2555
Comcast: (866) (866) 594-1234
ComEd: (888) 334-7661
Nicor: (888) 642-6748

About North Barrington

The Barrington area encompasses approximately 95 square miles of unique glacial landscape and is located within the Fox River ecosystem. North Barrington is approximately 35 miles northwest of Chicago.

The first settlers arrived in the 1830s and in 1854 the Chicago & Northwestern Railroad built its first station in the Village of Barrington. Subsequent generations have been attracted to the area by its appealing natural resources, and its accessibility to the metropolitan area, which provides a unique opportunity for countryside living with a proximity to urban development.

The Barrington Area Historical Society has documented the first homes in North Barrington at 156 Kimberly (known as the Kimberly House c. 1857), 150 Old Barrington Road (c. 1860) and the Kuhlman House at 615 Miller (c. 1875). The Kimberly House has a particularly colorful history because it is claimed to have been visited on several occasions by President Theodore Roosevelt, cousin of the Kimberlys daughter-in-law.

As time passed, residents preferred the natural setting of North Barrington and made it their home. The original subdivision of the Honey Lake area occurred in 1926; it was called Biltmore Country Estates and included the Biltmore Country Club.

In 1959, area residents voted to form the unincorporated area into the Village of North Barrington so citizens could more directly influence their environment.

The large Wynstone residential golf course estate subdivision and Jack Nicklaus Golf Course began development in the late 1980s. In 1992 the current Village Hall was constructed. Prior to that time, the Village Office was located in a home on Indian Trail Road, and before that in a house on the Good Shepherd Hospital Grounds.

Wynstone

Wynstone is a Jack Nicklaus Golf Course Community that combines natural surroundings with man made architecture in a setting of unparalleled beauty and impressive design. Developed in 1987, Wynstone has matured into one of the most scenic communities in Northwestern Illinois.

The Wynstone community is located in the Village of North Barrington on 750 acres. The golf course and natural water features comprise 240 acres. There are 437 homesites within Wynstone consisting of 334 estate homes, 79 maintenance free homes and 8 Golf Villas. Sixteen vacant lots remain. The community is served by both Ela and Cuba Township and Barrington and Lake Zurich school districts.

Wynstone Golf Club

The golf course was established in 1989 and is surrounded by one of the most prestigious communities in Lake County. Our membership includes business and community leaders that reside in luxurious homes surrounding the course, as well as people from surrounding communities. Our standards of hospitality are designed to maintain a collegial, yet sophisticated atmosphere. Golf legend Jack Nicklaus crafted our breathtakingly beautiful and challenging golf course among the rolling hills and wetlands of Northern Illinois. His vision and respect for the topography generated a championship golf course that was immediately recognized among the "top one hundred" golf courses in the United States.

Learn more about Wynstone Golf Club

Biltmore Country Club

Biltmore Country Club

Since 1926, Biltmore Country Club has offered our Members a wonderful place to relax, enjoy and entertain. 86 years later, we still offer the same warm, welcoming and elegant atmosphere where something special is offered for every age and every interest.

What makes Biltmore so special? In addition to offering our members access to the only beach in Barrington, a prestigious 18 golf course, beautiful Beach Club offering indoor and outdoor dinning which over looks Honey Lake, our popular kids summer camps, and a very popular tennis program we offer a full commitment to the ultimate family experience. At Biltmore, there is something for everyone!  Learn More about Biltmore Country Club