The City of White Hall is governed by the Mayor and six members of the City Council.  The Mayor and City Council are elected by the voters of White Hall to four-year terms.  Also elected are City Clerk and City Treasurer, who are also elected to serve four-year terms.  Municipal elections occur in odd numbered years.  In 2017, the Mayor, City Clerk, and three members of the City Council were elected and one appointed.  The next municipal election will occur in 2019 when three City Council seats will be up for election.  The Mayor and City Council meet on the second Tuesday of the month, at 7:00 p.m., in the City Council Chambers to conduct the business of the City.  The City Hall is located at 116 East Sherman Street in White Hall, Illinois   62092.  The City Hall building is handicap accessible.



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Brad Staats

Phone: (217) 248-5557  


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City Clerk Sue Reno serves as the City Administrator for the City of White Hall.  She was first elected City Clerk in 1997, and was re-elected in 2001, 2005 and again in 2009.  The term of the Clerk is four years.  The City Clerk is the keeper of the records for the City of White Hall.  Her office is open from 6am-4pm Monday through Friday excluding holidays.  The City Clerk is present at all public meetings of the Mayor and City Council.  City Clerk Reno and her husband Jerry are the parents of five grown children Chanda, Chad, John Paul, ,Josh and Cade

Phone: (217) 374-2345


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 City Clerk Bill Dunlap.  He was first elected City Treasurer in 2005 and was re-elected in 2009.  The term of the Treasurer is four years.  Mr. Dunlap owns and operates Dunlap Body Shop in White Hall.  The City Treasurer is in charge of the financial books for the City of White Hall, where he gives the Mayor and Council monthly reports as to the financial picture of the various city funds.  City Treasurer Dunlap and his wife Mary Jane are the parents of two grown children (Travis and Jessi).

Phone: (217) 374-2345




Mona McMillen




Cade Reno

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  City Attorney William H. Strang has served the Mayor and City Council for several years as City Attorney.  The City Attorney serves as legal council for the City Officials and Department Heads.  The City Attorney is in charge of representing the City legal matters and is in charge of prosecuting violations of City Ordinance.  City Attorney Strang’s office is located in Jerseyville. 

Phone (618) 498-6821

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