Kane County Regional Office of Education 210 S 6th St, Geneva, IL60134 The Kane County Regional Office of Education is headquartered on Sixth Street in Geneva. The office administrates local…More public schools, offering teacher certification, GED and professional development services. For a comprehensive overview of the organization's services, visit the Kane County Regional Office of Education Web site.
Kane County Mutual Insurance Company 910 Stevens St, Geneva, IL60134 Since 1925, Kane County Mutual Insurance Company has offered affordable property insurance to Geneva and surrounding…More communities. Kane offers numerous insurance policies including homeowners, dwelling fire, renters, farmowners and more. For more information or to schedule an appointment, please call the number provided or visit Kane County Mutual's Web site.
The historic Geneva Courthouse building is one of Geneva's landmarks and icons. Presidents have spoken at the…More courthouse, where the stage for Swedish Days is set each year, displaying Geneva's charm and heritage. The building presently is the home of the Civil Division administrative offices of the Sixteenth Circuit Court.
Michael J. Colwell is the presiding circuit judge of the Kane County Courthouse.
Geneva was selected as the county seat in 1836. The city had a courthouse and jail by 1840, but the original courthouse burned down, and the four-story structure on South Third Street was commissioned to W.J. Edbrooke and Franklin P. Burnham at a cost of $195,000.
The Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument in front of the courthouse was dedicated in 1915. The two naval guns next to the monument were donated to Kane County by the Federal Government in 1925.
Many other Kane County court functions and the jail facility are located at the Kane County Judicial Center on Route 38 in St. Charles Township.
The Sixteenth Circuit also has space in the DeKalb County Courthouse, the Kendall County Courthouse in Yorkville and the Kane County Judicial Center.
The Kane County Government Center on Fabyan Parkway is the hub of the county seat. It includes the office of Kane…More County Board Chair Karen McConnaughay as well as the Kane County boardroom, where public meetings take place.
There are six buildings at the government center campus, which was previously the home of Sacred Heart Seminary and converted to county offices in 1975.
Building A includes offices of the Auditor, Building and Zoning, County Board, the Credit Union, Development, DuKane Valley Council, Environmental, Human Resources, Management, Purchasing, State's Attorney's Civil Division and Treasurer.
Building B houses the County Clerk's Office, which includes voter registration, the election department and is the place to find birth, marriage and death records.
In Building C are the Board of Review, Recorder's Office, Supervisor of Assessment's Office and GIS technologies.
The Coroner's Office is in Building E.
Kane County was named after Elias Kent Kane, the first Secretary of State of Illinois, and later a U.S. senator.
The Government Center entrance is near the intersection of South Third Street.