Freedom of Information Act (FOIA)
The Illinois Freedom of Information Act is designed to ensure the public has access to information about its taxing bodies and their decision-making processes. You may request copies of existing public documents using the procedures specified below.
Procedure for submitting Freedom of Information Act requests:
Written requests may be submitted to the district's FOIA Officer by personal delivery, mail, fax, or e-mail and should include the following:
- Name of person making the request
- Date of the request
- Information requested (please be as specific as possible as this will assist in processing the request)
- Address of person making the request
- Email address of the person making the request (optional)
- Phone number of person making the request (optional)
FOIA requests for public records should be directed to:
Dr Mary Henderson, FOIA Officer JoAnn Dumelle
Roselle School District 12 Roselle School District 12
100 E. Walnut St. 100 E. Walnut St.
Roselle, IL. 60192 Roselle, IL. 60192
630-529-2467 (fax) 630-529-2467 (fax)
Persons making a request for copies of public records must pay any applicable copying fee. No fees shall be charged for the first 50 pages or black and white, letter or legal sized copies. After the first 50 pages of black and white, letter or legal sized copies, there shall be a fee of 5 cents per page.
In addition to copying fees, persons making a request for a commercial purpose as defined in FOIA, must pay a fee of $10 for each hour spent by personnel in searching for and retrieving the record. However, no fees shall be charged for the first eight hours spent by personnel in searching for or retrieving a requested record. Whenever the District charges any fees to a requester making a commercial request, the Freedom of Information Officer shall provide the requester with an accounting of all fees, costs, and personnel hours in connection with the request for public records.