Will County Government’s Checkbook Online

A press release from the Will County Auditor:

Will County Auditor posts checkbook in the Open Government Center

Blackburn, DuffyThe Office of Duffy Blackburn, CPA, CFE, Will County Auditor posts the Will County Checkbook in the Open Government Center, updated through 3/31/2014.

The Office of the Will County Auditor focuses its work on providing transparency and accountability for Will County government.

To expand on that effort, Duffy Blackburn, CPA, Will County Auditor and his office have compiled links to various points of information on Will County operations and finances in the County’s open government transparency portal.

You can openly view the detail of the checks written by the County.

The online checkbook can be filtered and sorted to view certain dates, check amounts, departments, vendors, account descriptions, and merchants.

Additionally, the current year-to-date and previous year reports are available for viewing or download.

Pam Palmer

Pam Palmer

Please feel free to contact the Office of Duffy Blackburn, CPA, and Will County Auditor for information that you would like to receive in addition to what is presented below. If you have questions about government information available through a Freedom of Information request, please feel free to call the Auditor’s Office (815)740-4609.

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McHenry County Auditor Pam Palmer has not yet put the county check book online.


Will County Government’s Checkbook Online — 4 Comments

  1. April tax day comes every year but still there are lines of people waiting outside the post office at the last minute of the day to mail their returns.

    At some point you have to say that date is expected just like Christmas and New Year’s Day

    Our govt. entities are no longer using coal chunks and papyrus to keep records.

    ALL of the checkbooks should have been on the Internet many years ago.

    Stop the nonsense and get the McHenry info online.

    The games and delays are getting more than old no matter what location or entity is involved.

  2. Some of us wait in line at the last moment to mail a check and will continue to do so.

    If more people physically paid taxes as opposed to check deduction they might realize how out of control taxes are.

    Regarding government check books available online, I agree to a point.

    It is none of my business if my neighbor gets a refund or pays a water bill.

  3. Re: “If more people physically paid taxes as opposed to check deduction they might realize how out of control taxes are. ”

    The same applies to union dues.

    No public entity should be in the business of collecting union dues!

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