The County Assessor is responsible for administering accurate, equitable and timely assessments for all real property in Randolph County.
The Circuit Clerk is the official keeper of records for the Randolph County Circuit Court.
The coronor investigates the circumstances surrounding every unnatural death occuring in Randolph County. Also certain natural deaths come under the coroner's jurisdiction. The coroner examines the evidence related to the death to discover the cause. If necessary, a jury inquest is held to decide the manner of someone's death.
The County Board will meet December 20, 2013 at 9:00 a. m. in the Commissioners Board Room of the Randolph County Courthouse. Meeting schedules for the County Board and all other committees may be obtained in the County Clerk's Office at the Randolph County Courthouse. Please contact the County Clerk's Office (618.826.5000 Ext. 191) to be placed on the County Board Meeting Agenda.
View Meeting Agendas and Meeting Minutes on resource page.
The County Clerk is responsible for keeping birth and death records, issuing marriage licenses, recording, elections, liquor licenses, and assumed business names.
The County Treasurer's responsibilities include the statutory duties required as Treasurer of Randolph County and as Ex-Officio collector of real estate property taxes and mobile home taxes for all taxing districts. Please do not email tax questions, please call our office (618) 826-5000 ext. 224.
The Randolph County Sheriff's Office is the law enforcement department of Randolph County Government. Our staff includes the Sheriff, Administrative Support, Patrol Deputies, Detective Division, Victim Advocacy Division, Courthouse Security, Telecommunicators and Correctional Personnel.
The Regional Office of Education serves the community and schools in various capacities relating to education.
The State's Attorney is responsbile for criminal prosecution.
Victim/Witness Program offers:
Provide victims with information/progression of the case.
Offer support to victims/witnesses during the criminal process.
Refer victims/witnesses to outside agencies.
Assist victims with the Illinois Victim Compensation Act.
Act as liason for the victim/witness with appropriate offices during case progress.