Special Purpose Fund Outlook for Fiscal Year 2018. FY18 Ending Fund Balance Estimate calculated in accordance to FY18 Executive Expenditure Estimate. This data was released as part of the Fiscal Year 2018 Budget Preliminary Forecast. For more information see https://www.cookcountyil.gov/Budget
The County’s Annual Appropriation Bill contains Special Purpose
Funds in addition to the General Fund, Health Fund and the Debt
Service Fund. Special Purpose Funds are established for a special
and dedicated purpose, and are considered to be self-balancing.
Self-balancing means that the appropriated revenues for each of
the special purpose funds supports the required expenditures for
the budgeted fiscal year.
On October 11, 2017, the Cook County Board repealed the Sweetened Beverage Tax Ordinance, effective December 1, 2017. This dataset is historical and no longer maintained.
Disclaimer: This list was last updated on 10/05/2017 and is updated monthly on the website. If up-to-the-minute accuracy is needed, contact us at 312-603-6328. This dataset contains registered Sweetened Beverage Distributors.
Monthly volume of E911 calls received by Cook County ETSB 911. Counts are broken up by call type and Remote Site location. The Cook County ETSB provides 9-1-1 services for all Unincorporated Cook County and the municipalities of Dixmoor, Ford Heights, Golf, Northlake, Phoenix, Robbins, and Stone Park.
Cook County Department of Public Health Suburban Cook County District boundaries. This dataset contains municipal and township boundaries for Suburban Cook County with attributes designating what CCDPH district the area is in. The names in the "DISTRICT" field can be used to join with other Public Health Open Datasets on this portal. The "CCDPHJURIS" field states whether the area is part of CCDPH Jurisdiction.