Township Information

Townships are required by law to perform three functions:  general assistance, property assessment and road and bridge maitenance.  Many provide a variety of services beyond the three mandated functions  including programs for senior citizens, disabled citizens, youth, relief, health, emergency, cemeteries, and environmental services.  South Elgin is served by two townships, St. Charles and Elgin.  Check your tax bill to see which township  you belong to.

St. Charles Township:

Supervisor: 630-584-9342

Assessor: 630-584-2040

Highway Commissioner: 630-584-3496

Services available include:  Voter Registration, Absentee Voting, Polling Place, Notary Public (no fee), 

Elgin Township:

Supervisor: 847-741-2045

Assessor: 847-741-5110

Highway Commissioner: 847-741-4637

Services available include:  Emergency Assistance, Voter Registration, Absentee Voting, Information and Referral for Social Services, Notary Public Services,  Disaster Relief Program (Referral from Elgin/So. Elgin Police or Fire Departments, Pingree Grove and Countryside Fire Departments) and Senior Services.