Freedom of Information Request for the Grundy County Board


Purpose / About:

As the policy-making body of county government, the Grundy County Board has a primary function of establishing the various budgets of the County funds. The Board adopts ordinances and rules pertaining to the management and business of the County Departments.  The County Board administers the County’s day to day operations with the County Administrator.


Grundy County Administration Center 1320 Union Street Morris, Illinois 60450


Facsimile: 815-941-3429

Number of Employees:

  • 18 Board members
  • Entire County has roughly 225 employees

Boards, Commissions, Committees or Councils:

  • Advisory
  • Community Relations
  • County Home
  • Criminal Justice
  • Education
  • Elections
  • Emergency Management
  • Environmental
  • Facilities
  • Finance
  • Health
  • Highway
  • Insurance
  • Personnel
  • Planning & Zoning
  • Tax
  • Technology

Grundy County Public Building Commission (PBC)

The Grundy County Public Building Commission is a quasi-governmental unit created by the Grundy County Board in 1978 under the authority of Chapter 50 ILCS20/1. The Commission is responsible for the construction and refurbishing of County buildings for which lease agreements are executed with the County. (for more information please refer to the PBC section).

Procedure for Making Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) Requests:

  1. Place the request for documents in writing providing a detailed description of the documents being requested. (Providing detailed information ensures that the proper documents can be provided per your request.)
  2. Submit your request to the Grundy County Board at the address listed above.


  • $0.15 for each copy after the first fifty (50) pages

Additional Information:

The Freedom of Information Officers for the Grundy County Board: Chris Balkema, County Board Chairman Sandy Pommier, County Administrative Assistant
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