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Village Clerk

Tori Garron23
Acting Village Clerk
Tori Love Garron

Welcome to the Village Clerk's section of the website. Here you can access important information about the Clerk's Office as well as access a variety of applications, forms and reports. We welcome the opportunity to serve you.

The Clerk's Office is located on the 1st Floor of Village Hall:
40 Madison Street
Maywood, IL 60153

Main Number: 708-450-6360
Fax Number: 708-788-5184

Hours of Operation:
Monday-Friday: 8:30am-5:00pm

Tori Love Garron 
Acting Village Clerk
Nykita Kornegay
Deputy Clerk
Phone No.: 708-450-6360

Connie Thompkins
Deputy Clerk  II, CMC
Phone No.: 708-450-6362

Duties of the Clerk
The Village Clerk is a part-time elected official that performs duties provided by the laws of the State of Illinois and the Ordinances of the Village. Listed below are specific powers, duties, and responsibilities of the Village Clerk:
  • Has the power to administer Oaths
  • Illinois Notary Public
  • Freedom of Information Officer for the Village
  • Process and issue Liquor License applications, Peddler, Solicitor and Canvasser applications, Parade and Block Party applications.
  • Attends all meetings of the Board of Trustees as required by law, takes minutes of its full proceedings and maintains a record of the minutes
  • Maintains Voter Registration and general information
  • Publishes Ordinances, Resolutions, and Bid Notifications
  • Keeper of the Village records, maintaining files of all approved Ordinances and Resolutions and other documents required by law in a systematic order for easy reference
  • Local Registrar and Election Supervisor
  • The Clerk answers inquiries from other municipal governments, departments, and citizens; maintains the official Ordinance and Resolution books.
  • Guardian of the Corporate Seal of the Village; countersigns official documents and affixes the same to all documents.
  • Attest all contracts of the Village
  • Responsible for Filing a certified copy of the Tax Levy Ordinance, Prevailing Wages, and Statement of Economic Interest with the Cook County Clerk within the time required by law
  • Maintains custody and control of all Village documents which are not assigned to the custody of some other officer.
  • Receives nominating papers and certifies names of all candidates entitled to be printed on the Election Ballot
  • Maintains a record of Elected Officials, appointed committees and commissioners, and regular employees.
Mission of the Village Clerk's Office
The mission of the Clerk’s Office is to provide accurate, efficient, and professional administrative assistance to all residents, businesses and visitors; while maintaining a responsible commitment for preserving the heritage of our community.

Goals and Objectives of the Village Clerk's Office
Ensure quality service through the following:
  • Encourage ethical and legal behavior; as well as respect and care for all individuals.
  • Provide efficient service with integrity, honesty and availability.
  • Timely return of Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests
  • Effective communication
  • Timely completion of Board Minutes
  • Timely dissemination of information
  • Provide clerical assistance to committees, commissions, and block clubs
Election Information
Before you vote, please visit the Cook County Clerk's website for any updates or changes to your precinct location.

Block Clubs
Village residents are encouraged to build strong neighborly ties through block clubs. To begin the process of forming a club for your block, you must file an application with the Clerk's Office.

Click here for Block Club Guide in "Getting Started" to organize a block club, Block Club Application and Services Provided by the Clerk's Office.
  1. Block Club Guide
Voter Services
To register to vote, you must come to the Village Clerk's Office and satisfy the following requirements:
  • Two forms of identification, including one that has a picture of yourself.
  • You must be at least 18 years old; and you must be a legal resident of the United States.
  • You must be a resident of your precinct for at least 30 days prior to an election.
Pursuant to Public Act 96-856 of the Illinois Code of Civil Procedure whenever a residential property is foreclosed in the Village of Maywood a copy of the Notice of Foreclosure must be sent to:

Village of Maywood
Clerk’s Office
40 Madison Street
Maywood, IL 60153

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