In compliance with the Illinois Freedom of Information Act (F.O.I.A.), the Village of North Aurora will respond to requests for information that are submitted in writing and such requests can be mailed, personally delivered, faxed, or e-mailed to the attention of the North Aurora F.O.I.A. Officers. Although not required, a F.O.I.A. request form is preferred and available at the Village of North Aurora and on our website (posted at right) for your convenience in requesting information. All requests for information that are intended to be submitted as a F.O.I.A. request must be identified as such.
POLICE DEPARTMENT F.O.I.A. Requests
Requests for information and/or records that pertain to the North Aurora Police Department should be submitted on this Police Dept. FOIA Request Form (pdf) and sent to the attention of the North Aurora Police Department F.O.I.A. Officers (Connie Lusk, Dan Cyko, Gabby Kramer) at the North Aurora Police Department, 200 S. Lincolnway, North Aurora, IL 60542. Phone number: 630-897-8705 / Fax Number: 630-897-8700. The completed F.O.I.A. request form may be submitted by e-mail to: PoliceFOIA@northaurora.org
VILLAGE ADMINISTRATION F.O.I.A. Requests
F.O.I.A. requests for information and/or records that pertain to Village Administration, including the following departments: Administration, Community Development, Building and Zoning, Public Works, and Finance should be submitted on this Village Admin. FOIA Form (pdf) to AdminFOIA@northaurora.org or by mail directed to the North Aurora Administration F.O.I.A. Officers (Natalie Stevens, Steve Bosco, Chris Wagner) at the Village of North Aurora, 25 E. State Street, North Aurora, IL 60542. Phone no. 630-897-8228 ext.224 / Fax no. 630-897-8258. The completed FOIA Request form may be submitted by e-mail to: AdminFOIA@northaurora.org
Please make your written request for information as specific as possible in order to expedite the processing of your request. All requests for information will be responded to within the time required by the Freedom of Information Act or sooner if at all feasible. Documents and records will be furnished in the format in which they are maintained in the Village unless a specific format is requested and it is feasible to furnish the documents or records in the requested format. For all commercial requests, the Village will estimate the cost of copying (after the first 50 pages) and when the documents or records will be available, and the copying cost must be paid before the documents or records are furnished.
The cost for copying documents is $0.15 per page after the first 50 pages (the first 50 pages will be provided at no charge). Any costs for reproducing oversized documents that would have to be sent out for reproduction will be passed on to the person(s) requesting the information.
Please direct all requests, questions or concerns to the appropriate F.O.I.A. officer for the Village of North Aurora as listed above.
Visit the Illinois Attorney General’s website for additional F.O.I.A. information.