Village Clerk's Office

Overview

The Village Clerk is an elected official serving a four-year term. It is the responsibility of the Clerk's Office to maintain a complete and permanent history of actions taken by the Village Baord. In doing so, the Village Clerk attends meetings of the Village Board, keeps a record of its proceedings, publishes and attests to all resolutions and ordinances passed by the Board and seals and attests to all contracts of the Board, as well as other licenses, permits, and documents.

As the local Election Official the Village Clerk’s Office provides voter registration services and Early Voting, coordinates local election information and administers any other election responsibilities not assumed by the County. 

Other Responsibilities


The Office of the Village Clerk is responsible for providing services and information to residents, staff and other agencies. Deputy Clerk Corey Williamsen is the appointed Freedom of Information Officer for the City. The office processes inquiries from the public for official City documents in accordance with the Illinois Freedom of Information Act (5 ILCS 140). For more information on requesting records from the Village of Bensenville through the Freedom of Information Act please visit the Village’s FOIA Request page.