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Germantown Hills, Illinois – Information
Germantown Hill, Illinois is a village in Woodford County. The county seat is Eureka. Germantown Hills is the only incorporated community in the Worth Township. At the 2010 census, the village had a population of 3,438. It is largely an agricultural community but is now a growing bedroom community in the Peoria Metropolitan Area. Fueled by suburbanization in the Peoria Metropolitan Area, the population in Germantown Hills is continuing to grow.
Village of Germantown Hills, Illinois
Mike Hinrichsen, Village President
216 Holland Road
Germantown Hills, Illinois 61548
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Village of Germantown Hills, Illinois – Police Department Information
The village contracts law enforcement services from the county.
Village of Germantown Hills, Illinois – Open Records Request
All requests for public records must be in writing and directed to the attention of the Village clerk. Requests can be delivered or mailed. The Freedom of Information Request Form can be found on the website at:Germantown Hills Village FOIA Request
Germantown Hills, Illinois
216 Holland Road,
Germantown hills, Illinois 6148
County Sheriff, Warrant, Most Wanted Information in Germantown Hills, Illinois
The Woodford County Sheriff’s Office is committed to providing the highest level of quality service. We seek to serve the citizens of Woodford County with integrity, honesty, fairness and pride. The goal of the Office of the Woodford County Sheriff is to assist all victims of crime efficiently and diligently and strive to prevent further acts of violence and abuse. The following principles guides the Office of the Woodford County Sheriff:
For all warrant information, contact the Sheriff’s office
Woodford County Sheriff’s Office
Matt Smith, Sheriff
111 East Court Street
Eureka, Illinois 61530
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Michael Waterworth, Superintendent
111 E. Court Street
Jail Website:Woodford County Corrections Divisions
You can visit an inmate at the Woodford County Jail by first registering our visit 24 hours in advance and going to the jail form 8am to 4pm every Thursday and Saturday. All visitors are subject to search and background check.
Send mail to an inmate at the jail on Court Street
To add funs to a commissary account, use the blue kiosk in the jail lobby or log on to: www.acesscorrections.com.
Bail or Bond posting can be done with a credit or debit card by going to the jail, calling or by internet. Call 1-888-277-2535 if you wish to post bond or go to theGovPayNow
Germantown Hills Police Station Address: 216 Holland Road Germantown Hills, Illinois 61548