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The Office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court maintains the official records for the entire court system, and is the official recorder of documents for filing.
Meet the members of the County Board, and review the agendas and minutes from meetings.
County Clerk & Recorder
The Fayette County Clerk and Recorder's Office is responsible for issuing marriage licenses, maintaining birth, death and marriage records, military discharges, assumed names, campaign disclosure statements, statements of economic interests, certificates of taxes paid, and budgets and tax levees from local entities.
The Coroner's office is a law enforcement agency which, as part of the system of checks and balances, investigates deaths that occur in the county elected.
Duties of the Sheriff's Office duties include, but are not limited to, Civil Process (Prepayment required for service fees), Court Security, Jail Operations, and Jail/Courthouse Maintenance.
The County Treasurers' responsibilities include the statutory duties required as County Treasurer for the County of Fayette and Ex Officio County Collector of real estate property taxes and mobile home taxes for all taxing districts.
The Fayette County Probation Office supervises both juveniles and adult offenders sentenced to court supervision or probation by the Fayette County Court.
The Fayette County Public Defender's Office provides defense in criminal cases and juvenile cases to indigent persons on appointment by the Fayette County Circuit Court.
Regional Superintendent of Schools
The Regional Superintendent of Schools is the chief administrative officer of a Regional Office of Education, and the only elected education professional office in Illinois.
The office of the Fayette County State's Attorney is responsible for a wide range of duties, such as victim / witness services, juvenile actions, felony, misdemeanor, and traffic prosecution, and more.
Supervisor of Assessments
Learn about the duties and services of the Supervisor of Assessments.