Notice is being sent to all parties for any of the cases being postponed or rescheduled.
If your location is within a branch location: Aurora Branch Court, Kane Branch Court or Elgin Branch Court, these locations are closed.
All other locations are being postponed as to General Order 20-18.
Trial Postponements as to General Order 20-17
Please see the below links for more details.
General Order 20-18
General Order 20-17
General Order 20-14
General Order 20-07General Order 20-09General Order 20-10General Order 20-11Chief Judge Press Release
Administrative Orders (Temporary Protocols) in the Matter of COVID-19
The Circuit Clerk is a constitutional officer who is elected, every four years, by the voters of Kane County. The duties and responsibilities of the Circuit Clerk are established by state statute, as well as by the Illinois Supreme Court, Administrative Office of Illinois Court and Local Rules set forth by the Chief Judge of the 16th Judicial Circuit.
By law, the Circuit Clerk's primary function is to establish, maintain and keep all records of court and the court seal.
In addition to court related duties, the Clerk is responsible for a number of administrative, financial and public services.
The mission of our office is to provide for the public, bench and bar a means of managing the receipt, maintenance and security of the court record, and all judicial management information.
The office of the Circuit Clerk of Kane County is committed to providing services to all of our customers in a courteous, timely, ethical and cost-effective manner.
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In preparation of the civil filing code and fee changes required as a result of Public Act 100-987, pursuant to the Clerks of Courts Act (705 ILCS 105/27.1b) effective July 1, 2019, eFileIL will be unavailable statewide starting on Friday, June 28, 2019 at 12:00 PM CDT through Monday, July 1, 2019 at 8:00 AM CDT.
Filers will be unable to submit documents to the court through eFileIL during this time, but will be permitted to file paper documents locally at the appropriate clerk's office during regular business hours without needing to submit a Certificate of Exemption from e-Filing form.
We are experiencing issues with eFile when searching for cases. If you are filing into a new case, you may not get case information returned. If you filed into the case previously, go to the Filings Tab and find your case information. We hope to have this resolved quickly.