Freedom of Information Act
Under the provisions of the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA), all public records not exempt under Section 7 of the Act must be made available for inspection or copying. In order to do this, a written request must be submitted to a Freedom of Information officer.
- City FOIA Officers
- Jori Behland
- Erin Willrett
- Bart Olson
- Police FOIA Officers
- Kirsten Balog
- Nicole Collum
- Natalie Cyko
Requesting Public Records
Under the provisions of the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA), all public records not exempt under Section 7 of the Act must be made available for inspection or copying. In order to do this, it may be necessary to complete a Freedom of Information Act Request Form (PDF). Freedom of Information requests can be filed by mail, in person, or via Email.
Police Department Requests
There is a separate Police Department FOIA Form (PDF) for requesting those records maintained by the Police Department. Requests for information from the police department can be filed in person, by mail, or via Email.
Public Records Requests
The following public records are available through our Clerk's Office:
For more information on what's available, view the Index of City Records (PDF) document.
The Clerk's Office will respond to the request within 5 business days. Requests being made for commercial purposes will be responded to within 21 business days.
|Type of Record or Method of Obtainment||Cost|
|Standard Paper Copies||First 50 pages free, then $0.15 per page|
|24 by 36 inch Paper||$3 per page|
|42 by 66 inch Paper||$10 per page|
|Audio Tapes||$1.30 each|
|CDs and DVDs||$0.35 each|
|Accident Reports||$5 each|
|Accident Reconstruction Reports||$20 each|
|Printed Photographs||$1 each|
Any questions regarding the Freedom of Information Act or requests for public records should be directed to the United City of Yorkville Clerk's Office at 630-553-8565.
All United City of Yorkville ordinances are codified to our Code Book with the exception of ordinances regarding:
- Annual budget
- Bond issues