Cook County contains 134 municipalities in its region, the most well known being the City of Chicago – which is the County seat where the central offices of Cook County are located. Cook County Government, Illinois | Cook County
The Cook County Treasurer's Office website was designed to meet the Illinois Information Technology Accessibility Act and the Americans with Disabilities Act. Chrome 103.0
Index of deaths recorded at Cook County, Illinois - including the City of Chicago. Deaths for Cook County (excluding the City of Chicago) are missing for the years 1910-1915. Indexed records are being added as they become available
This program is administered by the Cook County Assessor's Office. New owners should apply to: Cook County Assessor's Office 118 North Clark Street, Room 320 Chicago, IL 60602 312.443.7550 You may find applications and additional information at: www.cookcountyassessor.com
Cook County Coroner's Inquest Record Index, Dec. 1872-Nov. 1911 volumes for October 1879 to July 1880, and May 1888 to October 1888 are missing Cook County, Illinois Coroners' Inquest Records, Dec. 1872-Nov. 1911 digitized microfilm from FamilySearch; you must be at a Family History Center or FamilySearch affiliate library to view these records
Illinois, Cook County Marriages, 1871-1968 Name index of marriage licenses and returns recorded at Cook County, Illinois - including the City of Chicago.
With a population of 5 million, Cook County is classified as Large. The median salary in Cook County is higher than of Cook or Collar County median salaries in Illinois. Cook County spent more on payroll in than of other employers in the Cook or Collar County category.