Freedom of Information Act (FOIA)
The Will County Division of Transportation Office is providing the following information in conformance with the Freedom of Information Act 5 ILCS 140/1 et seq.
The Will County Division of Transportation is responsible for the planning, design, construction, and maintenance of the 252 miles (620 lane miles) of county highways and bridges. In addition, the Division of Transportation provides technical assistance to all 23 township highway commissioners and is the lead agency for township projects constructed or maintained with Motor Fuel Tax funding.
The staff works closely with local citizens and agencies, as well as with the Federal Highway Administration, the Illinois Department of Transportation, the Illinois State Toll Highway Administration, the Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning, the Regional Transportation Authority, and the Will County Council of Mayors on various local and regional transportation projects.
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The Will County Division of Transportation employs approximately 78 employees including 76 full-time employees and 2 part-time employees. The approximate cumulative budget for FY-20 is $57,346,000.
FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT REQUESTS
While Freedom of Information Act requests may be submitted via mail, facsimile, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
, or in person, the Division encourages the use of the following FOIA Request Form to facilitate your request. The following are the Will County Division of Transportation’ designated Freedom of Information Officers:
- Kyle J. Catalano - Primary FOIA Officer
- Eric K. Wesel - Secondary FOIA Officer
- Brian J. Gieseke - FOIA Officer
Pursuant to the Freedom of Information Act, the Will County Department of Highways will charge the following fees:
|Black and White copies (legal or letter size):
||No fee for the first 50 pages, $0.15 for each additional printed page
||8 1/2 x 11 One sided $0.14 per print
||Two sided $0.25 per print
||8 1/2 x 14 One sided $0.15 per print
||Two sided $0.26 per print
||8 1/2 x 17 One sided $0.16 per print
||Two sided $0.27 per print
|CD's plus envelope: $0.25
|Certification: $1.00 per record
|Non-standard sized copies or those that must be commercially reproduced:
|| Actual cost
If a specific fee is set by statute, the statutory fee will be charged.
All requests under the Freedom of Information Act shall be reviewed by the designated Freedom of Information Officers. No documents will be made available until that review is completed within the time period allotted under the Freedom of Information Act.
Last Updated 5/12/17