The Township Clerk is the clerk for the Township Board. The Township Clerk has many duties - keeper of Township records, clerk of all Township meetings, authenticator of documents, administer of oaths, issuer of certificates and resignations, provides public notification of meetings and is also a local election official. Another important role of the Clerk is to give notice of meetings and their agenda through the local newspaper as well as public places within the Township. With proper notice, members of the public interested in the agenda at hand can plan on attending.

As Township Clerk, I am committed to act in an ethical, responsible and hardworking manner, so to serve the people of this wonderful township. I look forward to the challenges ahead of me, and will stay true to the oath I have taken, which is to faithfully discharge the duties of my office to the best of my ability. Thank you for allowing me this privilege.

- Anne Hansen, Clerk

 

Notary Services

Notary Services are available at the Township free of charge during the hours of 8:30 - 4:00. No appointment is necessary. Please remember the following:

  • Bring a valid, government issued photo ID with you.
  • Be sure to have all of the documents that you need to be notarized with you.
  • Check in advance to be sure the documents are complete and ready for signature.
  • We CAN NOT notarize documents signed in advance and/or COPIES of documents.
  • If you need legal advice, please consult an attorney. The notary is prohibited from helping you to prepare, complete, and/or understand legal documents.
  • Some documents may require signature witnesses. Please call in advance to confirm, we can provide additional signature witnesses.

For any questions, please call 847.816.6800

 

Voter Registration Information

Voter Registration is available at the Township Office Monday - Friday; 8:30 - 4:30. To register, please bring two forms of identification. One must have your name and current address. You must be a citizen of the United States, 18 years of age on or before the next election. Individuals 17 years old may register and vote in an even-year primary if their 18th birthday occurs before the date of the general election. Please note, you must have lived in your election precinct at least 30 days immediately prior to an election.