The Forest Preserve District of Will County supports transparency in government and its financial affairs.
Comprehensive Annual Financial Report
The Forest Preserve produces an annual Comprehensive Annual Financial Report to present the financial activity of the District's various funds. In 2019, this report was awarded the Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting by the Government Finance Officers Association of the United States and Canada (GFOA) for the 24th consecutive year. Download the Comprehensive Annual Financial Report for 2019, or view archived reports on our Printable Brochures and Reports page under "Financial Information."
The Forest Preserve also produces an annual financial report on the District's other post-employment benefits. Download this audit for 2019.
The Forest Preserve's annual budget provides information about revenue and expenses for the fiscal year. Download the 2020 budget, or view previous years' budgets on our Printable Maps and Brochures page under "Financial Information."
The Forest Preserve adheres to a comprehensive Procurement Ordinance to ensure the selection and purchase of quality goods and services on a competitive basis in a fair and equitable manner that is fiscally responsible and engenders public confidence in District procurement procedures. Download Procurement Ordinance No. 419.
Schedule of Bills
The Forest Preserve's Schedules of Bills present monthly records of expenditures. Download monthly Schedules of Bills below:
In 2012, Public Act 097-0609 amended the Open Meetings Act to require employers participating in the Illinois Municipal Retirement Fund to post on their webites the "total compensation package" for each employee making over $75,000 per year. View the Forest Preserve's total compensation packages for these employees or learn more about the Open Meetings Act on the Illinois General Assembly website.
Retiree Health Insurance Trust Fund
The Forest Preserve District of Will County Retiree Health Insurance Trust Fund is an irrevocable trust established by the District's Board of Commissioners to provide other post-employment health care benefits for retired District employees through a single defined benefit plan. The fund is managed by a seven-member Board of Trustees. View Retiree Health Insurance Trust Fund Board of Trustees meeting documents, including agendas and minutes.
Freedom of Information Act
If you do not find the financial information you are seeking, visit our Freedom of Information Act page to learn how to make a request for public records.