County Board Members
For information about your county board members, click on any of the names listed below.Leadership
About the board...
The Will County Board consists of 26 members, 2 each from 13 districts. Will County operates under the County Executive form of government, whereby the County Executive is elected at large and is responsible for day to day administration and the County Board is the legislative body responsible for establishing policy. It represents unincorporated areas of Will County.
As the policy-making body of county government, the Will County Board does touch the lives of residents in important ways. The budgets we establish distribute your hard earned tax dollars to fund county agencies providing roads, community health programs, courts, police protection, jails, workforce training, victim-witness programs and veterans assistance to name a few. We set the budgets for all county agencies and play a key role in transportation issues (including road building and airports), most notably the airport proposed for eastern Will County. We plan for commercial and residential development by planning for transportation, land use and zoning, while maintaining modern building codes for the protection of the public.
The county board is only as successful as the people of Will County wish it to be. You can help ensure that the work we do is in the best interests of your family and all the people of Will County by voting, understanding the important issues before the board and communicating with your elected County representatives. This web site is dedicated to helping citizens participate in county government by keeping them informed and by letting them know how they can influence our decisions for the better.
The vision of the Will County Board is that everyone have the highest quality of life through a fully engaged county government
The mission of the Will County Board is to determine vision, set policy, and appropriate resources for the delivery of countywide services.
Accessibility • Fiscal Responsibility • Forward Thinking • Collaboration/Leadership
The map below illustrates current county board district boundaries. Boundaries are redrawn -- or reapportioned -- every 10 years and these districts were established by the Will County Board in 2011.
To find out which district you live in, you may need to know your precinct number. If you are a registered voter you can find out your precinct number by using the "inquire voter status" tool at the Will County Clerk's web site.