The Montgomery Village Foundation (MVF) is a 501(c)(4) nonprofit corporation with the primary mission to promote the health, safety and welfare of the 40,000 residents of the community of Montgomery Village through a wide array of public services.
It is governed by an elected, nine-member volunteer Board of Directors, all of whom have a commitment to preserving the value, integrity and general sense of community in Montgomery Village. A president and vice president are chosen by the Board.
The Board works closely with the executive vice president, who is the highest ranking salaried employee of the corporation and is responsible for the day-to-day operations of MVF, handling long-range planning, investigating capital improvements as well as new revenue sources and overseeing budget development.
There are five departments with a total of approximately 50 full-time and 150 temporary staff that comprise MVF’s operations. The operating costs are funded from a variety of sources, including general and designated user assessments, user fees and a variety of miscellaneous income. The assessment rates and the annual operating budget are determined by the Board of Directors.