County Clerk: Jean Kaczmarek
NOTICE OF OPERATIONAL RESTRICTIONS
DUE TO THE COVID-19 VIRUS, IN AN ATTEMPT TO PREVENT THE SPREAD OF THE VIRUS AND TO PROTECT THE GENERAL PUBLIC AND STAFF, THE OFFICE OF THE DUPAGE COUNTY CLERK REMAINS OPEN FOR BUSINESS DURING ITS NORMAL HOURS, BUT WITH CERTAIN OPERATIONAL RESTRICTIONS UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.
AS OF MARCH 18, 2020, ALL WALK-IN CUSTOMERS ARE PROHIBITED AND MEETINGS WILL BE HELD BY APPOINTMENT ONLY. THE DUPAGE COUNTY CLERK ASKS THAT ANY LICENSE APPLICATIONS, RECORDS REQUESTS, OR SUBMITTALS TO OUR OFFICE BE MADE BY ONE OF THE FOLLOWING METHODS:
MAIL: P.O. BOX 1028, WHEATON, IL 60187
WE APOLOGIZE FOR ANY INCONVENIENCE THIS MAY CAUSE, BUT PLEASE RECOGNIZE THAT THE COUNTY CLERK HAS AN OBLIGATION TO PROTECT THE HEALTH, SAFETY AND WELFARE OF THE PUBLIC SHE SERVES.
THANK YOU FOR YOUR UNDERSTANDING UNDER THESE CIRCUMSTANCES.
DUPAGE COUNTY CLERK’S OFFICE
The County Clerk is the Clerk of the DuPage County Board, Secretary of the Emergency Telephone System Board and the Secretary of the Liquor Control Commission. As such, the Clerk must attend all meetings, keep a record of the proceedings
and attest to all ordinances and resolutions. The Clerk warrants the County Treasurer to pay all county bills. The County Clerk issues many different licenses: marriage, civil union, business, liquor, raffle, tobacco, amusement device and notary
public; furnishes copies of birth, death, marriage and civil union certificates; files and records economic interest statements of all officials in DuPage County. The County Clerk plays a vital role in the taxation process by compiling the up-to-date
list of all county parcels of property for tax assessment, calculates the amount of tax for each parcel and certifies those amounts to the Treasurer for collection.
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