The Village Clerk's office is located at Village Hall map
Contact via phone (815) 439-2921, via fax (815) 436-1950, or e-mail email@example.com
Michelle Gibas, RMC/CMC
The following items are services provided by or responsibilities of the Clerk's Office:
Board Meeting Schedule
on the web, 48 hours prior to each meeting. Agenda topics are also posted on the Cable TV Community Board.
Minutes are posted on the Village web site after the Board approves them. Click to see the archived minutes.FOIA page for specific information regarding FOIA in the Village of Plainfield
Liquor - The Clerk's Office issues Liquor Licenses to retailers who sell, give away, or dispense any alcoholic liquor in the Village. The President of the Village is the Local Liquor
Commissioner and receives as compensation the sum of $1,500.00 annually. Liquor Ordinance 3312
Liquor License Application
Special Event Liquor License Application (for current liquor license holders)
Temporary Event Liquor License Application (for non-liquor license holders)
Solicitors - Any solicitor, charitable solicitor, or person engaged in gratuitous distribution to solicit or distribute at any residential premises or anywhere within the corporate limits of the Village must first obtain a Certificate of Registration from the Police Department. There is a fee in the amount of $35.00 per person as a condition of the issuance of a certificate.
Garbage - Licenses for the business of scavenger or garbage collection are also secured through the Village Clerk's office. The fee for a garbage license is $50.00 per year. Garbage License Application
Tobacco Products - Licenses are required for the retail sale of cigarettes, cigars, or tobacco in any form. Applications for such license shall be made to the Village Clerk and the annual fee is $250.00. Tobacco License Application
Voter Registration is available at Village Hall, during regular business hours. To register to vote, you must be 18 years old and a resident of Illinois for 30 days. Two forms of identification are required, one with a current address. You may use a driver's license, utility bill, mail, or check.
The Plainfield Public Library also offers voter registration. Please call (815) 436-6639 for more information.
For a list of other voter registration locations in Plainfield and Will County, visit the Will County Clerk's web site.