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METHODS TO REQUEST INFORMATION AND PUBLIC RECORDS
Please be specific in the nature of your request in order for FOIA Officers to process your request more efficiently. (Illinois law does not require you to submit on the FOIA Request Form, but the request should be in writing). *Electronic records can be requested and will be provided, as allowed under the law.
COPY FEES (Some fees are regulated by state statutes)
- First 50 pages are free (black & white, letter or legal size)
- 15 cents per page thereafter (black & white, letter or legal size)
- Actual costs of copying for color copies
Scott Hartman and Ralph Sarbaugh
HOURS TO INSPECT/REVIEW RECORDS
8:00 am to 4:30 pm. Monday through Friday
ACCESS TO RECORDS
Written request necessary
RECORDS AVAILABLE UPON IMMEDIATE REQUEST
- Budget in Brief
RECORDS ON FILE
- FOIA Requests and Denials
- Administrative Files
- Worker's Compensation Records
- Contracts, Leases & Agreements
- Property and Casualty Insurance Records
- Budget Worksheets
- Check Registers, Bank Statements
- Property & Casualty Claims
- Accident/Incident Reports
- County Funded Senior Services Grant Records
- OSHA 200 Log
- Personnel Policy Manuals
- Purchase Orders & Requisitions
- Unemployment Compensation Files
- McHenry County Loan Fund Records - Economic Development
- Annual Federal Legislative Program
TOTAL OPERATING BUDGET
Complete County Budget also available online.
County Administration is responsible for the enforcement of County Board ordinances, policies, regulations, and resolutions; recommends an annual budget and exercises continuous budgetary supervision; prepares and recommends Annual Legislative Program and represents County’s legislative interests to State and Federal Government; coordinates work of all offices with the appropriate County Board Committees, other local governments, and state and federal agencies; and recommends ways and means whereby efficiency and economy may be secured.
Phone: 815-334-4924 / Fax:815-334-4629
Phone: 815-334-4205 / Fax: 815-334-4020
8:00 am to 4:30 pm, Monday - Friday
McHenry County Administration Building
667 Ware Road
Woodstock, IL 60098
McHenry County Administration
2200 North Seminary Avenue
Woodstock, IL 60098
Peter Austin - McHenry County Administrator and 9 full time employees; 1 part time employee