e-Docket is the electronic docket system of the Illinois Commerce Commission. e-Docket
was developed to process and manage public information about the Illinois Commerce Commission's official
cases and rule-making proceedings, referred to herein as cases or dockets. e-Docket has a
variety of practical uses. Anyone interested in case proceedings conducted by the Illinois Commerce
Commission may visit the e-Docket web site at http://www.icc.illinois.gov/e-docket and view
information about opened and closed cases initiated on or after January 3, 2000. Users
with e-Docket accounts may submit filings of applications, petitions, motions, and so forth,
directly to the Illinois Commerce Commission over the Internet. Authorized Illinois Commerce Commission
personnel use the same web site to review and process filings and manage docket information. All
documents that are not confidential are available electronically to case participants and to the public.
NOTICE: CONFIDENTIAL AND/OR PERSONAL INFORMATION (YOU SHOULD EXCLUDE) INCLUDES, BUT IS NOT LIMITED TO:
SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBERS, DRIVER’S LICENSE NUMBER, CREDIT CARD NUMBERS, DEBIT CARD NUMBERS, MEDICAL RECORDS, ETC.
About the Illinois Commerce Commission
The Illinois Commerce Commission is the state's Public Utility Commission. The agency holds
authority in the public interest to oversee several financial and service aspects of investor
owned electric, gas, telephone, water, and sewer utilities. The agency has direct involvement
in trucking insurance certificates, household goods moving firms, towing relocation, rail
crossing safety, telecommunications programs for the deaf and hearing impaired, and 9-1-1
emergency services systems.
Apply for an e-Docket Account
Anyone who wishes to file case-related documents with e-Docket must have an
active e-Docket account. To apply for an account, download and print out the Application for an e-Docket Account.
Fill out the application on the hard copy, providing, at a minimum, the following information:
First name, last name, Primary mailing address and phone number, Preferred user name (to be used if available),
Security information such as password, challenge question and answer, and notarized signature.
The ICC also encourages you to provide other contact information, such as an e-mail address and
alternate mailing addresses. You can hand-deliver the application to the Chief Clerk's Office at
the ICC or mail it to the e-Docket Help Desk.
The ICC reserves the right to refuse any user account request. When the ICC notifies you
of your new account, you will be informed of your user permissions and rights.
Download a Copy of the User's Manual
The user's manual will be most useful as an aid to running the e-Docket program and as a resource for
answering any questions you may have about the data input that you are asked to provide when
performing a function. The User's Manual is available in Portable Document Format (PDF). Adobe Acrobat®
Reader is needed to view and print PDF files. User's Manual [183 KB]
Contact the Help Desk
e-Docket Help Desk
Illinois Commerce Commission
527 East Capitol Avenue
Springfield IL 62701
Office Hours: 8:30AM to 5:00PM
Phone: (217) 557-4224
E-Mail: e-Docket Help Desk
About Adobe Acrobat Reader
Adobe Systems' Portable Document Format (PDF) is the universal format for all documents stored in
e-Docket. To be able to view, print, navigate, and search document files stored
in e-Docket, users will need Adobe Acrobat Reader 3.0 or greater.
Acrobat® Reader is free software that lets you view and print PDF files.
Click the button to the left to download Acrobat® Reader.
Adobe Acrobat Reader can be configured as a helper application or as a plug-in. A helper
application is a program that extends the functionality of a browser. It is often used
to handle document, image, or multimedia files. When the browser encounters a document,
image, or multimedia file, it hands off the data to the helper application to run or display the
file. Helper applications typically run in a separate window, which you can open and