The Village Clerk’s Office is the official keeper of the records for the Village which includes but is not limited to intergovernmental agreements, Village project files, ordinances, resolutions, minutes of Board meetings and all other legal documentation in regards to the actions of the Village of Oswego. Records retention, storage and destruction are functions of the Village Clerk. The Clerk is also appointed as the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) and Open Meetings Act (OMA) officer for the Village.
Please use the links to the right to locate information pertaining to the Clerk's Office.
For more information, please contact the Clerk's office at 630-554-3259.
Freedom of Information Act
Running for Office
Information on how to run for a local elected office is available on the Running for Office page.
Requesting Public Records
Residential foreclosure notices shall be sent to the following address: Village of Oswego, Village Clerk’s Office, 100 Parkers Mill Oswego, IL, 60543.
Recently Approved Ordinances
The Village of Oswego has in place a Code of Ordinances that regulates what is allowed and required in the Village. The Village also approves ordinances for local government including budget approval, variances, amendments, the annexation of property, development plans, and disposal of Village-owned property. The complete Code of Ordinances can be found on the home page of the Village's website by clicking on Municipal Codes, located under the Popular Links section. New ordinances not yet codified will be listed at the beginning of the list under the heading Pending Ordinances.
For more detailed information regarding the Village’s Code of Ordinances please contact the Clerk’s Office at 630-554-3259.