Most Kane County non-emergency facilities will be closed Thursday, Jan. 31, due to extreme cold, and Kane County 16th Circuit Court facilities will be closed Thursday, Jan. 31, as well.
Kane County Boad Chairman Chris Lauzen announced that he is asking all county offices to close on Thursday.
The only exception might be the Kane County Clerk’s Office, which opened on Wednesday while other county offices were closed. It is not clear as of 9:30 a.m. Thursday whether the Clerk’s Office will be open or closed on Thursday.
The Clerk’s Office typically makes that announcement via its Twitter account. Here’s the most recent tweet:
If you need birth/death/marriage records, an application for a marriage license or passport, or other Clerk’s Office services, our Aurora and Geneva locations are open today until 8 pm to serve you. For more information, please visit https://t.co/EOLegdxAFr. #twill #besafe pic.twitter.com/jgctHtJcDD
— Kane County,IL Clerk (@KaneCoILClerk) January 30, 2019
Sixteenth Judicial Circuit Chief Judge Susan Clancy Boles made the announcement via email and posted the announcement on the 16th Circuit Court website that court facilities will be closed both Wednesday and Thursday,
“After further evaluation of the forecast record breaking cold temperatures for Jan. 30, 2019, and the number of closings in and around our circuit, all 16th Judicial Circuits courts and judicial facilities (including branch courts) will be closed on Wednesday, Jan. 30, and Thursday, Jan. 31, 2019,” Boles said.
SOURCE: 16th Circuit Court