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Closure Updates

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Below is a list of county offices and the methods services are being provided. Contact information is also listed below.

Animal Control – closed to the public. For any services, please call (815) 462-5633.

Auditor - the risk of fraud escalates in periods of disruption and significant change. To report any suspicious activity, contact the BKD Integra Fraud Hotline  (855) 858-3344, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week or visit www.IntegraReport.com. Subscriber code: WILL. Or visit the Auditor’s website at www.willcountyauditor.com or call (815) 740-4609.

Coronerclosed to the public. Please call (815) 727-8455 to make an appointment for any in-person services.

County Board canceled all committees for April except the executive committee meeting at 9:30 a.m. on April 9. The county board meeting is scheduled for 9:30 a.m. on Thurs. April 16.  Please call the county board office at    (815) 740-4602, email countyboard@willcountyillinois.com or visit the website: www.willcountyboard.com for information about upcoming meetings or additional information.

County Clerk –closed to the public, except for limited circumstances. For more information or to order vital records, call (815) 740-4615 or visit the website: www.thewillcountyclerk.com.

Court Services/Circuit Clerk’s Office – limited court operations per order of the Chief Judge. Visit the website for -information about changes to court schedules:  www.circuitclerkofwillcounty.com or call (815) 727-8592.

Executive Office – closed to the public. Please call (815) 774-7480 for assistance or information.

Forest Preserve - Forest Preserve District – Preserves, visitor centers, trails, dog parks, water fountains, latrines and boat launches are open and in-person programs with limited capacity are now being offered. For more information, visit ReconnectWithNature.org or call (815) 727-8700.

Health DepartmentThe Health Department is closed at this time. Residents in need of essential services can contact the Will County Health Department answering service at 815-727-8480.

The Community Health Center locations at 1106 Neal Avenue in Joliet, and 323 Quadrangle Drive, Suite 335 in Bolingbrook, will continue to see patients by appointment only.  If patients do not have an appointment, they are asked to call 815-727-8670 ahead of time.  They will be screened at the door and evaluated on whether or not an appointment is deemed necessary for that day. Call the Will County Health Department COVID-19 Hotline, (815) 740-8977, for general information about Coronavirus.  New information and guidance are added daily, so please visit www.willcountyhealth.orgwww.cdc.govand www.dph.illinois.gov.

Jury Commission – any questions about a jury summons should be directed to (815) 727-8930. Any resident who has a jury summons is encouraged to call this number as court schedules have changed.  For more info, visit the website: http://www.willcountyijuror.com/main.asp?id=faq

Land Use - Offices are closed to the public. Essential services are available including Development Services, Community Development, Code Enforcement, and Resource Recovery and Energy.  We are accessible online at www.willcountylanduse.com and by telephone (815) 774-3321, Mon.- Fri., 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.  

Customers can access the Department’s SmartGov web portal at https://co-will-il.smartgovcommunity.com/ for the submittal of building permit applications, scheduling inspections, and associated payments.  Inspection protocols are identified on the SmartGov web portal.  In addition, all business-related deliveries including building permit application and zoning application submittals may be dropped off at the Department’s third-floor office if they cannot be submitted electronically. 

Will County continues to offer some recycling programs and other services.  Please visit www.willcountygreen.com.

Recorder of Deeds – Closed to the public except for required matters, please contact the office regarding possible appointments. Recordings accepted by mail, delivery service (Fed-Ex, UPS, etc.…) and electronic recording. Document requests/orders will be filled via email, fax, and mail. For questions/concerns or need to make an appointment please visit the website at www.willcountyrecorder.com or call (815) 740-4637.

Sheriff’s Office – All emergencies, call 911. Sheriff’s Office and the Adult Detention Facility are closed to the public. To report a minor crime, file a FOIA request, or for general questions, please visit our website at www.willcosheriff.org. Contact the non-emergency number for all other inquiries (815) 727-8575. Video Visitation is temporarily closed to the public.  Professional visitors are required to schedule an appointment at (815) 774-7950.  Family/friends can deposit funds into inmate commissary accounts at www.jailatm.com.

States Attorney - closed to in-person visitors until further notice. For assistance, call (815) 727-8453 or visit the website: www.willcountysoa.com.

Sunny Hill Nursing Home – closed to outside visitors. Please call (815) 727-8710 to speak with the receptionist for general questions or to be connected to a nurse for updates about a specific resident.  

Sunny Hill/TB Clinic - Clinic will only screen and manage active cases of Tuberculosis. We are temporarily suspending Tuberculin testing, IGRA’s (blood test), and X-rays. Call for more information (815) 740-4420.

Supervisor of Assessmentsclosed to the public. All exemption renewal mailings and sign-up events have been delayed and will be rescheduled until after May 1st. Visit our website for more information: www.willcountysoa.com.

Treasurer- closed to walk-ins. Available by appointment only, call 815-740-4675 or email Treasurer@willcountyillinois.com. Tax pre-payments may be dropped in the lobby, or sent via mail to 302 N. Chicago St., Joliet, IL 60432.  For more information visit: www.willcountytreasurer.com.

Veterans Assistance Commission - Office hours at the Orland Park Vet Center, the Peotone American Legion, Joliet Junior College, and Governors State University are suspended until May 1, 2020. The main office, located at 2400 Glenwood Avenue, will begin shifting in-person appointments to phone appointments. All necessary paperwork will be processed in a timely fashion and directed to the appropriate agencies. The VAC will continue its high level of service, just by phone until further notice. Veterans are urged to call the office instead of walking in. Visit the website: https://www.willcountyillinois.com/County-Offices/Special-Services/Veterans-Assistance-Commission or call (815) 740-8389.

Workforce Center of Will County­- Due to the COVID-19 outbreak the Workforce Center of Will County is closed to the public until April 7, 2020.  We are happy to make services available via technology to assist you with your ongoing job search – this includes phone calls to do resume reviews and career plans, Skype/FaceTime calls if you’d like to speak with staff face to face, and access to a variety of workshops that are archived on our Facebook page at “Workforce Center of Will County”. Updated information will be posted on our websites www.jobs4people.org and www.will.works. Customers can also call (815) 774-6354 for updated information; this number will also accept messages for Workforce Center Staff, and your call will be returned within one business day.

Visit the Will County Website for COVID-19 information.   https://www.willcountyillinois.com/Coronavirus-Updates