The Parcel 2015 feature contains tax parcel polygons for the 2015 property tax assessment at the County. This feature reflects tax parcel polygons as they existed from 1/1/2015 through 12/31/2015. Each parcel is uniquely identified with a Property Index Number (PIN).
Pursuant to the Employment Plan, the OIIG Employment Plan Officer will issue semi-annual reports every March 15 and September 15 to the President, the IIG, and the Compliance Administrator, while acting, describing his or her activities during the prior six months, including, but not limited to: (i) auditing activities as required by this OIIG Employment Plan; (ii) any violations of the OIIG Employment Plan discovered; (iii) any remedial actions recommended; and (iv) any corrective action taken by the IIG to address the violations. These reports can be accessed below.
Pursuant to the Employment Plan, the OIIG prepares quarterly reports listing the total number of hires, promotions, transfers and terminations involving employees during the preceding three month period, including: (i) the number and type of each such employment action; (ii) the dates of each employment action; (iii) the title of the position; and (iv) whether such employment action was pursuant to a posted or emergency hire.
Special Purpose Fund Outlook for Fiscal Year 2017. FY17 Ending Fund Balance Estimate calculated in accordance to FY17 Executive Expenditure Estimate. This data was released as part of the Fiscal Year 2017 Budget Preliminary Forecast. For more information see https://www.cookcountyil.gov/Budget
The County’s Annual Appropriation Bill contains Special Purpose
Funds in addition to the General Fund, Health Fund and the Debt
Service Fund. Special Purpose Funds are established for a special
and dedicated purpose, and are considered to be self-balancing.
Self-balancing means that the appropriated revenues for each of
the special purpose funds supports the required expenditures for
the budgeted fiscal year.