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Responsible for issuing liquor licenses and raffle permits for use in unincorporated McHenry County.
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Department functions include: Building Permitting and Code Enforcement, Community Development, Planning, Stormwater Management, Subdivision Review, Water Resources Management, and Zoning.
Provides quality and meaningful investigations to assist the court in decision making, and to supervise those persons sentenced under court order in the community.
The McHenry County Public Defender's Office represents individuals charged with a criminal offense in McHenry County.
The McHenry County Purchasing Department provides procurement services of supplies, equipment, services, and construction requirements for the County of McHenry.
The mission of this office is to record, maintain and to retrieve all real estate records, documents and plats of subdivision in McHenry County.
The essential purpose of the McHenry County Sheriff's Office is to provide service and protection to the citizens of McHenry County.
The State's Attorney is charged with the legal representation of the County of McHenry, as well as representing the People of the State of Illinois through Criminal Prosecutors.
Division of Transportation
Division of Transportation (D.O.T.) - The McHenry County Division of Transportation is a full service transportation agency that is involved with other agencies of local government.
Functions include: property tax collection, maintaining and monitoring the county's bank accounts, as well as processing passport applications.
Valley Hi Nursing Home is operated for the benefit of the aged population of McHenry County who require public assistance.
The Veterans Assistance Commission is an agency that assists honorably discharged veterans, widows/widowers and dependents with short-term financial aid.
To preserve and protect the quantity and quality of groundwater, the principal source of potable water in McHenry County, and encourage water conservation programs.
The Local Workforce Investment Board (LWIB) for McHenry County is an organization governed by a volunteer board of directors responsible for developing policy and overseeing local workforce development initiatives in partnership with the local elected officials.
Provides a variety of programs and services for employers and job seekers seeking assistance in meeting the challenges of today's job market.
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