County Board Speaker Dr. Mimi Cowan welcomes you...
Will County is one of the nation's fastest growing counties. With growth comes challenges. The decisions we make today about holding the line on spending, increasing economic development to help support our schools and putting into place good transportation infrastructure will have lasting consequences.
As Speaker of the Will County Board, I invite you to participate in building a great future for our county. This website is provided by your county board as a way to help citizens stay informed about decisions we are making. Please use this information and the communication tools you find here to participate in the work of the county board. Let us know what you think and how you think we should vote.
We are working hard to make this county a better home for everyone.
Will County Board
Will County Residents Have More Time To Pay Property Taxes
In accordance with Executive Order 2020-18 issued by Governor Pritzker, meetings will be held via videoconference/telephonically through the Webex Events platform. Will County Board Members will be attending meetings remotely and the general public is strongly encouraged to do the same.
The public is invited to comment or pose a question by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. At the Public Comments portion of the meeting, emails will be read into the record. Please go to www.willcountyboard.com/meetings for a link to attend the meeting via Webex.
County board members and staff remain available for residents. A list of county board members can be found at http://www.willcountyboard.com/about-the-board.html. Please contact our office at 815-740-4602 or email email@example.com.
How you can participate
On the Will County Board's website, you will find current information about upcoming board and committee meetings. We will also post news as it unfolds. As you read about issues of concern to you, share your thoughts by using the email addresses available on this site for both individual board members and for the board and its staff as a whole. You'll also find mailing addresses, phone and fax numbers. We encourage you to participate in public hearings and let us know about problems as they arise and how proposals will affect you and your neighbors.
The Will County Courthouse is now open