|Position||Contact Name||Phone Number||Fax Number||Email Address|
|County Clerk & Recorder||Breein Suveremail@example.com|
|Chief Deputy Clerk||Mary Lee Bohlmannfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Chief Deputy Recorder||Cheryl Gillespieemail@example.com|
|Deputy Clerk||Beth Piercefirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Deputy Clerk||Dianne Zirkleemail@example.com|
|Deputy Clerk||Sarah Koesterfirstname.lastname@example.org|
Monday through Friday 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM
To provide professional and accurate service to the public; to provide safe and secure maintenance of county records; to ensure elections in Iroquois County are fair, free, and accessible; and to accurately and efficiently perform our statutory duties in all areas of the office.
Applications, Cost Lists, Forms, Links, Resources:
Request an Official Record by Mail
To request a certified copy of a birth, death, or marriage certificate by mail, please print and fill out the respective form below. Please include a copy of your drivers license or State issued identification with your request, in addition to a telephone number so we may contact you if there are any questions once your request is received.
You will then need to mail your request, copy of your drivers license or State issued identification, and payment to the following address: Iroquois County Clerk, 1001 E. Grant St., Watseka, IL 60970. The request will be processed the day it is received.
Request an Official Record Online
The County Clerk’s Office has partnered with Fidlar Technologies to make requests for certified or genealogy copies of birth, death, and marriage records easier and convenient to obtain with the use of their Official Records Online (ORO) software for copy requests.
The ORO website is secure, user-friendly, and designed for use on a computer, phone, or tablet. Payment may be made at the time of the request with a credit card. The site lists the documents that are available to be requested in addition to the corresponding fee for each type of document. ORO automatically emails notifications to the Clerk’s Office for each copy requested. We will be able to receive the request and track its progress from beginning to end. There is a convenience fee charged for the service. Click on the medallion below to access the ORO website and request your official record, online.