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Downers Grove Township employs Human Services staff and a Case Worker who can provide information, resources, assistance (if qualified), connections, collaborations and education for youth and help for seniors. For more information on our programs, visit our website at www.dgtownship.com or call us at (630) 719.6610.

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Thank you to all our neighbors who came out to the forum this past Saturday at the DG Public Library. It was an honor to meet each of you. We hope our presentation was helpful.

Below please find a copy of our presentation for those who were unable to attend.

Assessment Appeal Forum Presentation […]

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Advance Health Care Directives are written, legal instructions that enable you to express how you want to be treated if you are seriously ill and unable to speak for yourself. A Living Will describes the type and extent of medical treatment that you desire for end-of-life medical care. A Durable Power of Attorney for Health […]

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Please join State Rep. David Olsen and Downers Grove Township Assessor Greg Boltz on Saturday, September 9th, from 10am-12pm at the Downers Grove Library. Rep Olsen and Assessor Boltz will be joined by Assessor John Trowbridge from Lisle Township, and Assessor Jean Kelly from DuPage Township, Will County presenting this session. There will also be […]

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The General Assistance office takes applications for the Low Income Energey Assistance Program (LIHEAP). LIHEAP is a program that helps with heating bills during the winter season. For qualifying households, a one-time payment is made directly to both heating and electricity suppliers. The program cycle runs from September to the end of May each year. […]

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Please join State Rep. Patti Bellock and Downers Grove Township Assessor Greg Boltz to learn about the process for determining your property taxes and how to appeal if you are being over-assessed.

Thursday. September 7th
Kettering Hall
The Community House
415 W. Eighth Street, Hinsdale

Please RSVP by contacting State Rep. Patti […]

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Learning how to frame goals as SMART goals and being willing to adjust them to get SMARTer is an important skill that would help every student get off to a better start and have a better school year, this year and into the future. https://www.edutopia.org/blog/smart-goal-setting-with-students-maurice-elias Life Skills teachers teach middle school students how to […]

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Downers Grove Township provides a Prescription Drug Savings Program with a Coast2CoastRX Card. For more information contact our Supervisor’s Office at (630) 719-6610 or visit the following link: http://www.dgtownship.com/?s=Coast+to+Coast

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There are fifty-seven banks, savings and loans and credit unions currently being assessed in Downers Grove Township.

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Teens who do not participate in after school programs/activities are nearly 3X more likely to skip school classes, use marijuana and other drugs, drink alcohol, smoke cigarettes and engage in sexual activity. (afterschoolalliance.org)

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There are seven primary villages within Downers Grove Township: Burr Ridge, Clarendon Hills, Darien, Downers Grove, Hinsdale, Westmont and Willowbrook. As of the 2010 U.S. Census, the population was 146,795 and it contained 60,438 housing units.

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The Township was pleased to participate in State Rep David Olsen’s first Senior Fair event. The majority of House District 81 is in our Township,. Rep. Olsen’s commitment to his senior constituents is commendable.

Township Senior Services Coordinator Hanna Benioff, Trustee Karen Kelly, and Office Manager Joan Nichols handed out information on senior […]

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In 2016 there were a total of 58,557 parcels in Downers Grove Township. 57,321 were locally assessed parcels and 1,236 were non-homestead exemption parcels. If you have questions, you can contact our Assessor’s Office at (630) 719-6630.

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Children are out of school about 20-25 hours per week while most parents are at work- this is often called the “after school gap.” Self care and boredom will increase the likelihood that children will experiment with drugs and alcohol by 50%! (afterschoolalliance.org)

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Dial-A-Ride provides transportation to residents of Downers Grove Township who are over age 65 or disabled. It is a curb-to-curb transportation program within township boundaries, provided Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. A fare of $3.00 for each one-way trip is paid on the bus. It is necessary to register and reserve […]

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