Municipalities provide many services to residents, typically
handling issues such as trash and snow removal, police and fire
protection and ordinance violations. If you are experiencing a
problem with a particular local issue, it is best to contact your
local Village Hall to express your concerns.
Inquiries relating to pending court cases, including general
lawsuits, bankruptcies, child custody or traffic related offenses,
are legal matters that are handled through the court system.
Unfortunately, our office is not able to assist in these matters in
any way. To find legal assistance in your area, please visit:
Workforce Services Division of Will County’s Resume Gallery is where local businesses look for local jobseekers. Unlike national job boards where your resume is buried among millions of other resumes, the Resume Gallery is your no-cost, local connection to employment. To learn more, visit our website at www.jobs4people.org and click on Resume Gallery to place your experience on exhibit today. Click here to download our Resume Gallery flyer to share with residents, constituents, and customers who are looking for work.
Edgar Fellows Program
As many as 40 up-and-comers are selected annually to become Edgar Fellows. They participate in an intense four-day executive leadership-training program. Among their teachers are Governor Edgar and others who have excelled in the public arena— practitioners as well as researchers and scholars. The fellows learn about leadership skills, strategies and expectations through sessions designed to inform and inspire. In addition to the workshop, the participants are afforded opportunities to continue their education through social networking and other forms of high-tech communication. They also are invited to join sessions designed to brief them on crucial policy issues.
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