Thank you for your interest in learning about how I am representing you, your family, and neighbors on the Cook County Board of Commissioners.

My mission is to professionalize, modernize and privatize Cook County government while providing efficient, effective, economical and compassionate management of County business.

-Gregg Goslin

Commissioner Goslin is proud to report that in 2014, over $15 million in Cook County services was returned to the 14th District. Learn more by viewing our annual reports:
Money returned to the 14th District 14th District Office Expenses
Did you know the Forest Preserves of Cook County hosts an online volunteer coordination system through their website? Find internship, volunteer and learning opportunities on the District website.

Potential volunteers can now search for volunteer opportunities by zip code, region, date and more! You can also create your own profiles and can sign up for opportunities online. If you have time, skills and enthusiasm to give, get out into your Forest Preserves!

Be A Poll Worker April 4th!

The Cook County Clerk’s office is hiring north suburban voters to serve as poll workers during the April 4, 2017 Consolidated Election. It’s a unique opportunity to support local democracy, meet and serve your neighbors and learn about the election process.

Two positions are available: Election Judge or Equipment Manager. Election Judges and Equipment Managers both assist voters and ensure the polling place is running smoothly. Equipment Managers are also responsible for setting up and maintaining the voting equipment. Due to their additional responsibility, Equipment Managers receive more training and higher pay. Election Judges earn $190; new Equipment Managers earn $340. 

To learn more and apply online visit or call 312.603.0970.


Explore Your Forest Preserves: North Branch Trail Extension

At last week’s Forest Preserve District board meeting, I had the opportunity to tour the most recent extension of the North Branch Trail. Officially opened in September of 2016, the first phase of expansion includes a direct connection to the existing 18-mile North Branch Bicycle Trail, a 10 foot wide asphalt trail and two new bridges. With this new extension, the North Branch Trail totals 18 miles (a map can be found here). In total, the Forest Preserves offer over 300 miles of trails to be explored in Cook County. Download any of the trail maps and start exploring!


Senior Citizen & Senior Freeze Exemptions

Attention all senior citizens! The application deadline for the Senior Citizen Exemption and the Senior Freeze Exemption have been extended to March 1, 2017. A more detailed explanation of the extension can be found here. You can also download the Senior Citizen Exemption form or the Senior Freeze Exemption form.


Veterans Day Celebration at Brookfield Zoo

Honor the brave women and men who have proudly servbrookfield-zoo-posted our nation at Brookfield Zoo’s
Veterans Day Celebration! Taking place on Friday, November 11 at the Discovery Center from 11 -2, the celebration will include a display of Military Memorabilia, a performance by the Legacy Girls and much more. Admission to the zoo will be FREE for all guests, though parking fees still apply. Visit for more!


Quentin Road Study

Cook County Department of Transportation and Highways is hosting a public meeting on Tuesday, November 15 from 4:00 – 7:00 p.m. to examine potential improvements to Quentin RhwyCnstrctnHorseoad from Dundee Road to Lake Cook Road. This informational meeting will present that project’s purpose and need statement, as well as introduce the alternative analysis results. Interested parties are welcome to ask questions and leave comments.

The meeting will take place at the Holiday Inn Express Chicago-Palatine/N Arlington Heights (1550 E Dundee Road). For more visit



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