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Village Mayor John D. Noak
Mayor Noak serves on two committees for the National League of Cities including: Transportation & Infrastructure Services Committee and the University Communities Council, as well as, serving on the Transportation Committee for the U.S. Conference of Mayors. The Mayor also previously served on the Illinois Campaign Finance Reform Task Force, the Community Advisory Committees for the Illinois Facility Fund and Pace Suburban Bus.
The Mayor’s background includes over two decades working with local, state and federal governments. Prior to his term as Mayor, he was the Director of Community Affairs and Communications for U.S. Rep. Judy Biggert. Prior to his work with the Congresswoman’s office, he worked for the State and Local Government Commission of Ohio.
Mayor Noak is a proud member of the Hampton Park Social Athletic Club, Lakewood Falls Phase VII Homeowners Association, Exchange Club of Northern Will County and the Romeoville Area Historical Society. He is the past President of the Lakewood Falls Phase VII Homeowners Association and the Lakewood Falls Townhome Association.
The Mayor earned his Master’s Degree in Public Administration from the University of Illinois at Chicago and has a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from DePaul University. He is also a member of Pi Alpha Alpha the International Honor Society for Public Affairs and Administration.
In 2021, Mayor Noak and the Village of Romeoville were recognized at the Illinois Real Estate Journal Awards for “Most Significant Lease” of the year. Two years before in 2019, they were honored to receive the CommunityWINS Award for economic development from the U.S. Conference of Mayors. Additionally, during the Mayor’s term the Village of Romeoville has been recognized with four Edie Awards from the Illinois Chamber of Commerce. In 2013, Mayor Noak was named Mayor of the Year by the Illinois State Crime Commission and received the 2008 Bishop Sheil Award from the Police Athletic League.
John lives with his wife Jennifer and their son in the Lakewood Falls subdivision.