How do I find my court date in Peoria Illinois?

How do I find my court date in Peoria Illinois?

Future court dates can be found on the portal or by calling the Circuit Clerk’s office at 309-677-6243.

Where can I get a copy of my divorce decree Peoria IL?

Peoria County Recorder Office – Birth, Death, Marriage & Divorce Records

  • Peoria County. 324 Main St, Rm G04. County Courthouse. Peoria, IL 61602.
  • Hours of Operation: 9AM-5PM CST.
  • Phone: 309-672-6090.
  • Fax: 309-677-6202.
  • Real Estate: 309-672-6090.
  • Assessor: 309-672-6910.
  • Treasurer: 309-672-6065.
  • Recording Officer: County Recorder.

What judicial district is Peoria in?

Peoria is the home office of the 10th Judicial Circuit Court, which also encompasses Marshall, Putnam, Stark and Tazewell counties.

Where can I find Peoria County Court records?

The Peoria County Circuit Clerk is the primary custodian and issuer of court records of cases filed and heard in the county. The office provides public access to non-confidential court records via the Peoria County Records Portal which can be accessed remotely by interested members of the public.

What are the hours of operation for the Peoria County Courthouse?

We are open for in-person customers between the hours of 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. Monday – Friday. Face-covering is required to enter the Courthouse. Please maintain social distancing where possible. Peoria County keeps official birth records for births that occurred within Peoria County. Access to birth records is restricted.

How do I get a copy of my marriage certificate Peoria?

The Peoria County Clerk’s Office maintains official records of marriages that were licensed by the county. While copies of marriage records are public record and can be requested by interested members of the public, access to certified copies is restricted to the registrants themselves or persons with a notarized consent from the registrants.

Where can I find birth and Death Records in Illinois?

The Illinois Department of Public Health is the central repository for vital records in Illinois and responds to state-wide requests for copies of birth, death, marriage and divorce records. Similarly, the Peoria County Clerk maintains and issues vital records of events within Peoria county.