Responsible for maintaining records of real and personal property ownership for use in determining taxation.
The Circuit Clerk processes and keeps all court records. Collects all court costs, filling fee, fines and any other cost assessed by the court. Assists circuit and associate judges in the daily functions to the court.
The Coroner conducts investigations to determine the cause and manner of death, pursuant to the Illinois state Statutes.
Computes tax rates based on levies and assessed valuations. Processes marriage license and other vital records.
The County Recorder records all land transaction documents including liens, mortgages and deeds.
Represents individuals involved in cases in various areas.
Provides law enforcement and correctional services to the citizens of Kendall County.
State’s Attorney office has county-wide jurisdiction to prosecute various criminal offenses.
Responsibilities include the statutory duties required as County Treasurer for the County of Kendall and as Ex-Officio County Collector of Real Estate Property Taxes and Drainage District Taxes for the entire county.