Public Salaries

What do government workers make? See O'Fallon city salaries.

What do public employees make compared to you?

Each year the salaries of public employees such as teachers, police and politicians in southwestern Illinois are collected into a searchable database at BND.com/publicpay. Here is how much in taxes it takes to pay government workers, and how their
Up Next
Each year the salaries of public employees such as teachers, police and politicians in southwestern Illinois are collected into a searchable database at BND.com/publicpay. Here is how much in taxes it takes to pay government workers, and how their

O'Fallon City Administrator Walter Denton received the top salary in the city during 2017 at $164,455, which was $23,770 more than he was paid in 2016.

O'Fallon city worker salaries from 2017 are now online as part of the News-Democrat's public salary database. The city now has 606 full- and part-time employees, 59 more than were listed in 2011. The total payroll increased about $3.8 million during that time.

The average for full-time and part-time workers combined went from $19,622 to $23,925 during those six years.

The database now lists 2017 salaries for O'Fallon, Belleville, Swansea, Belleville Elementary District 118, St. Clair County, Madison County and Monroe County. New payrolls are being added regularly.

Past year payrolls for government workers and government retirees are also available by searching past years.

Click here to load this Caspio Cloud Database
Cloud Database by Caspio

  Comments