WILL COUNTY CLERK’S OFFICE CLOSED TO PUBLIC
EXCEPT FOR LIMITED CIRCUMSTANCES
Governor Pritzker has extended his shelter at home order to slow the spread of the Novel Coronavirus COVID-19. To comply with that order, the Will County Clerk’s Office will remain closed to the public except for limited circumstances until restrictions are lifted.
Visitors Must Wear Protective Masks
Members of the public must wear a protective face mask when they visit the Will County Clerk’s Office to receive services during one of the limited circumstances. Visitors who do not have a protective mask may receive one from the security officer in the lobby before entering the office. Thank you for your understanding.
Schedule Of Services
MARRIAGE LICENSES (Mondays and Tuesdays By Appointment Only): To schedule an appointment please call (815) 740-4615 or email email@example.com.
VITAL RECORDS: People seeking certified copies of Birth Certificates, Marriage Certificates, or Death Certificates must make requests on these days by telephone, email, U.S. Mail, or online.
- Telephone requests may be made by calling (815) 740-4615.
- Email requests may be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Online requests may be made by visiting thewillcountyclerk.com and clicking on VitalChek. This is an expedited service that includes additional fees.
- Mailed request forms can be sent to: Will County Clerk’s Office, 302 N. Chicago St., Joliet, IL 60432. Copies of valid identification must accompany all requests. Forms are available online at thewillcountyclerk.com.
TAX REDEMPTION (Monday through Friday; Call Ahead Required): Delinquent tax redemption payments are required by law to be made via certified funds and therefore will be accepted in person, but payment by mail is highly encouraged.
- Tax buyers filing documents with the County Clerk’s Office must do so by mail or e-mail.
- To contact the Tax Redemption Department please call (815) 724-1880 or e-mail email@example.com.
TAX EXTENSION: Districts needing to file documents with the Tax Extension Department must do so by mail. To contact the Tax Extension Department call (815) 740-4632 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Will County Clerk’s Office appreciates the public’s understanding of the need to minimize access to its office.