Elgin Township Senior Services RFP Announcement

Elgin Township is seeking qualified applicants for the Community Mental Health Board. Interested parties are required to send/submit a “Letter of Interest” to the Township Supervisor, Ken Bruderle.

 

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Elgin Township Website

Welcome to the Elgin Township website. We at Elgin Township are proud to be a part of a 100 year tradition of serving the people of the Fox Valley region. Though times have changed, the need for prompt courteous and cost efficient government services remains the same.

I invite you to explore this website to see all the services and programs that the Elgin Township provides to its residents.

Thank you,
Kenneth C. Bruderle
Elgin Township Supervisor

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Town Supervisor

Statutorily defined as the chief executive officer of the township, an Illinois township supervisor is positioned to fulfill a key leadership role on the township team

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Highway Commissioner

The Highway Commissioner oversees construction and maintenance of roads and bridges. The Commissioner submits a tax levy and budget for the highway department

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Town Assessor

We assess real property for purposes of local property taxation, maintain current records of each parcel, assist homeowners in applying for various exemptions, and provide information about the assessment cycle.

Our Mission

The Elgin Township government is one of the oldest forms of government in Illinois. Townships perform three mandatory functions: administering a general assistance program to qualifying residents, maintaining township road district highways and bridges, and assessing real property. Townships have been given various powers which they may exercise depending upon the needs of their constituents.

Our Vision For The Year 2023

“Township by the people, for the people, and of the people.”

Our Area

Organized in 1850, Elgin Township covers 36 square miles of land, including portions of the City of Elgin, the Village of South Elgin, and unincorporated areas. The Township contains approximately 34,500 parcels, making it the second largest township in Kane County.

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Our Boundaries

The township boundaries are: Western Boundary: Nesler Rd and Coombs Rd; Eastern Boundary: approximately Willard Ave.; Northern Boundary: I-90; Southern Boundary: McDonald Rd. and Franklin Ave. in South Elgin.

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Are You A Resident?

If you live in the Kane County portion of Elgin, within the boundaries described, you are a township resident. Please call the office to confirm your residency: 847.741.5110.

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Did You Know?

As of a 2020 census, our population was

0

residents residing in Elgin Township

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What We Stand For

Township government is one of the oldest forms of government in Illinois.  Townships perform three mandatory functions: administering a general assistance program to qualifying residents, maintaining township road district highways and bridges, and assessing real property.  Townships have been given various powers which they may exercise depending upon the needs of their constituents.

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