Land Contacts

Occasionally, for various reasons, you may want to contact someone directly at the Bureau of Land. In addition to using our  Bureau Organization Chart, you can choose to E-mail us from the headings below. Also our general switchboard number is (217) 524-3300.  Choose option 4 and the operator will direct your call to the appropriate person.

  • Citizen's Pollution Complaint: If you have information about an environmental spill or release, or other violation of Illinois laws or regulations, please complete this form and submit it to the Illinois EPA for investigation.
  • Permits:  For questions about pollution control facilities or the Bureau of land permitting process.
  • Leaking Underground Storage Tanks: For questions about a site under the oversight of the agency's Leaking Underground Storage Tank program
  • Cleanup Programs:  For questions about sites in the  State Response Action Program or the  Voluntary Site Remediation Program.
  • Federal Sites:  For questions about  Federal (DoD) Facilities or  Superfund sites managed by the Illinois EPA.
  • Waste Reduction and Compliance:  For questions about electronic recycling   household hazardous waste collections or  other issues such as compliance, manifests, haulers' permits, financial assurance and waste reports.
  • Brownfields Redevelopment Grant program:  For questions about the Office of Brownfields Assistance, which manages the brownfields grant program and offers technical support to communities though the services of its Brownfields Representatives.
  • IRID:  Cleaning up illegal open dumps throughout Illinois has become an effective program.
  • Used Tire Cleanup: Illinois is recognized nationally as a leader in the management of used and waste tires. Contact us for questions about used tires.
  • Construction Debris: For questions about the Clean Construction or Demolition Debris program.
  • Freedom of Information Act (FOIA): Requesting information through the Freedom of Information Act.
  • Regional Offices:  Some issues can return a more immediate response by contacting the regional office in your region.
  • Phone Numbers:  A complete phone directory of employees.
  • Citizen Center:  For information on other environmental issues under the authority of the Illinois EPA that are of interest to citizens of Illinois, please check our "Citizen Center."