Assumed Business Registration
Illinois law requires that individuals conducting or transacting a business under any name other than the real name or names of the owner(s) conducting or transacting the business must file an Assumed Business Name Certificate with the County Clerk in the County in which the business is located.
Access bids and request for proposals for consultants, service providers, contractors, vendors, and suppliers.
Rock Island County requires permits to ensure that construction is being done properly and in accordance with all life safety requirements and all building codes.
Search a listing of businesses and organizations that operate in the area.
Rock Island County offers businesses a site centrally located, progressive in economic policies, and smart about future development.
Area streams and creeks, the Rock River, and the Mississippi River may place Rock Island County residents in a Special Flood Hazard Area.
Geographic Information System (GIS)
A Geographic Information System (GIS) allows for the integration of all types of data based on the geographic component of the data. It creates useful data maps.
Applications for a liquor license or for a renewal of a license, to sell alcoholic liquor, can be made in person or by mail and are available in the Rock Island County Clerk's Office.
Workforce Development Board
WDB requires the practice of ethical, responsible and reasonable procedures related to purchasing, agreements, and contracts and related forms of commitment.
Zoning regulates land use, including the size, shape and permitted uses of lots and structures.