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Debbie Williams- Village ClerkVillage Clerk’s Office 

The Village Clerk's office preserves legal documents and is the source of information on Village Board legislation and actions.

Many public records are available in electronic form and can be located by using the links below.

If you need a record that is not listed above please call 708-758-3330.

You may also request copies of public records by filling out the Public Records Form below.

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Village of Sauk Village
Village Clerk's Office
21801 Torrence Ave
Sauk Village, IL  60411

Village Clerk Debbie Williams

Debbie, husband Frank and children Frank III and Rosie have all enjoyed being a part an important part of Sauk Village for over 26 years. Debbie is a “people person” and has enjoyed her job as a Market Research interviewer and Administrative Assistant for over 25 years. Debbie has always had a passion for volunteering in Sauk Village. Past activities include 911 committee member, Girl Scouts of Sauk Village, Sauk Village 50th Anniversary Committee, Rickover Junior High Mom and PTA MEMBER, Human Relations Commissioner and Secretary/ Youth Leader of the Concerned Citizens of Sauk Village. Currently, Debbie is working with the Housing Commission, Economic Development and is a member of the Sauk Village Public Relations Committee.   Debbie also serves as a Board member of the McConathy Public Library in Sauk Village.


Debbie was proud to be elected Village Clerk of Sauk Village in April 2009 and reelected in 2013. Debbie’s vision as Clerk has always been to promote public awareness.  Debbie has worked to enhance the Village website to include more information for Sauk Village residents, such as the addition of a Clerk’s page that includes updates of agendas, minutes and the ordinance history as well as financial information and a village calendar of events.


Debbie will continue to work in a positive manner to restore Pride and Progress to Sauk Village.


   10/13/2010