County Clerk: Jean Kaczmarek
DuPage County Clerk Operational Policy Update
Restore Illinois Phase Four
June 26, 2020
The DuPage County Clerk’s Office is open to the public with capacity limitations. All staff and members of the public are required
to wear masks within the office. Services are being provided on an appointment basis in order to reduce office crowding. Same-day requests will be accommodated according to availability, but are not guaranteed.
Appointment inquiries, license applications,
records requests, and all other submittals to our office may be made by the following methods:
MAILING ADDRESS: P.O. BOX 1028, WHEATON, ILLINOIS 60187
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DuPage County Clerk's Office
The County Clerk is the Clerk of the DuPage County Board, Secretary of the Emergency Telephone System Board and the Secretary of the Liquor Control Commission. As such, the Clerk must attend all meetings, keep a record of the proceedings
and attest to all ordinances and resolutions. The Clerk warrants the County Treasurer to pay all county bills. The County Clerk issues many different licenses: marriage, civil union, business, liquor, raffle, tobacco, amusement device and notary
public; furnishes copies of birth, death, marriage and civil union certificates; files and records economic interest statements of all officials in DuPage County. The County Clerk plays a vital role in the taxation process by compiling the up-to-date
list of all county parcels of property for tax assessment, calculates the amount of tax for each parcel and certifies those amounts to the Treasurer for collection.