The Annual Assessor's Meeting will be held in the Emergency Operations Center, Room 117, located on the ground floor of the Whiteside County Courthouse, in Morrison, Illinois on Wednesday, on Decmber 16, 2020 at 2:00 p.m.
This meeting is open to the public. Social distancing and face coverings will be required.
Please Click the above link to see the Notice and Instructions
Election results will not be updated, until the evening of November 3, 2020
Please click the below button for 2020 Assessment Change Publications & Board Of Review Complaint Information
Welcome to the Whiteside County Courts Zoom Information Page
Because of the Corona Virus, Zoom, is being offered as an extended service to help maintain social distancing.
"Attorneys and Litigants physically present in the Courtroom will have priority on Court days.
Physically present parties will have their cases heard first. If you choose to use Zoom - please be aware that your case will be delayed until the Judge has dealt with those cases physically present first. You may experience up to an hour delay depending on the Court call that day"
To view the "Formal Documents" for Zoom and "Phone in Meetings" please pdf click this link (2.73 MB)
Please read the below Rules before joining a Zoom Court Session
Remember even though you are using Zoom, you are attending a Court Procedure and all Court Rules should be followed.
Conduct during a Zoom appearance
Be appropriately attired for court. No clothing or background with inappropriate messages or images.
Do not use vulgar or offensive language.
Use full names on your remote account. Nicknames or offensive names will not be allowed access.
If appearing in any fashion by telephone only, contact your counsel, opposing counsel, or the clerk to identify yourself.
Always maintain a muted connection, unless otherwise directed by the judge presiding.
No recording of proceedings is allowed.
No smoking or drinking beverages is permitted.
Turn off all music, televisions, ceiling fans, and other distractions and noises during your appearance.
Appear from a location with adequate lighting, sound control, and no visible distractions in the background.
If appearing in a vehicle, it must not be in motion.
Observe proper courtroom decorum.
Do not interrupt or speak over the judge.
In civil matters, it is helpful if the petitioner/plaintiff speaks first so parties are not talking at once and over each other.
If these guide lines are not being followed the Judge does have the right to disconnect your Zoom session and have you appear in person, in the Court Room.
If you are not sure which judge is hosting the meeting that you need to attend please call the Morrison Circuit Clerks Office at 815-772-5188 or the Sterling Circuit Clerks Office at 815-535-4530
Judge Senneff - Court Hours -- Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday: 9:00 am -10:00 am --- (except during jury week)
To Join Judge Senneff's Zoom Hearing, Please click the button below -- To "Call In" please call 1-312-626-6799 - meeting ID 833 0271 2916
Judge Senneff Zoom Meeting Judge Senneff, please click this Button
Judge Steines - Court Hours -- Monday, Wednesday, Friday: 9:00 am -10:00 am, (except during jury week)
To Join Judge Steines's Zoom Hearing, Please click the button below -- To "Call In" please call 1-312-626-6799 - meeting ID 857 0697 6412
Judge Heuerman - Court Hours -- Monday - Friday, 9:00 am -12:00 pm and Monday, Wednesday, Friday, 1:30 pm - 4:30 pm and Tuesdsay and Thursday, 1:00 pm - 4:30 pm
To Join Judge Heuerman's Morning or Afternoon Zoom Hearing, Please click the button below -- To "Call In" please call 1-312-626-6799 - Meeting ID -878 6798 4782
Judge Heuerman Zoom Meeting
Visiting Judge - Court Hours -- Wednesday 9:00 am - 12:00 pm and 1:00 pm - 4:30 pm
To Join the Visiting Judge's Hearing, Please click the button below -- To "Call In" please call 1-312-626-6799 - Meeting ID -890 8413 3559
Visiting Judge Zoom Meeting
Please click this link to read pdf Procedure For Resumption of Court Proceedings June 1st, 2020 (2.73 MB)
Please click the link below to read the notice
Order Rescheduling Victim Impact Panel Pursuant to 14th Judicial Circuit Administrative Order 20 CA-7 As Well As a Result of the COVID-19 health Crisis