The Village of Bartlett has created a system providing for the administrative adjudication of non-vehicular violations of certain sections of the Municipal Code, including but not limited to Business and License Regulations; Health and Sanitation; Police Regulations; Motorbikes; Public Ways And Properties; Fire Protection And Prevention; Bartlett Building Code; the Bartlett Zoning Ordinance; and other ordinances of the village This means that if you have been cited for violating these ordinances, instead of going to a county court, you can request a hearing locally. An administrative hearing officer will preside, adjudicate, administer oaths, hear testimony and/or accept evidence that is relevant to the matter at hand and make a final determination of liability.
Please call the Bartlett Police Department’s Records Section at 630-837-0846 if you have any questions regarding your Local Adjudication Citation.
Pay Your Local Adjudication Citation Fine Online:
Pay Your Local Adjudication Citation Fine by Mail:
Send a check or money order payable to the Village of Bartlett, 228 S. Main St, Bartlett, IL 60103
Pay Your Local Adjudication Citation Fine in Person:
at Bartlett Village Hall Main Office, 228 S. Main Street, during regular business hours, Monday thru Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and Saturday, 9 a.m. to noon OR drop payment (include citation number with payment) in the silver dropbox in the Village Hall parking lot.
Petition to Vacate a Default Judgment
If you failed to appear at the administrative adjudication hearing, you may petition to set aside a default judgment and determination of liability.
You need to complete and submit the Petition to Vacate Default Judgment form to the police department’s ordinance enforcement administrator within 21 days of the date on the Findings, Decision and Order and the Notice of Determination of Liability.
The grounds for setting aside a determination of liability are limited to an excusable reason for failing to appear at or request a new date for an administrative adjudication hearing.
The administrative hearing officer shall act upon a petition to vacate timely filed and render a decision thereon within 30 days of the date filed. In the event the administrative hearing officer makes a determination of good cause shown, the ordinance enforcement officer shall provide the petitioner with notice of a new hearing date, or if the administrative hearing officer denies the petition to vacate or set aside the default judgment, the ordinance enforcement officer shall promptly notify the petitioner thereof.
The default judgment shall state that it shall constitute a final determination of liability if such petition is not received, if the petition is denied or if after setting of a new hearing date the person fails to appear.