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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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The DuPage County Treasurer’s website has a section that allows you to print a duplicate tax bill by providing the parcel number of your property. Visit their website at: www.dupageco.org/treasurer and click on “Duplicate Tax Bill”.

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One in four households in the United States care for a loved one aged 50 or older. While family caregivers often enjoy caring for a loved one, they also may have high stress levels, health problems and financial uncertainties. DuPage County Senior Services has a Familly Caregiver Resource Center that provides information and assistance, respite […]

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Do you plan on traveling outside of the country and need a passport? You can come to the Supervisor’s Office at Downers Grove Township to apply for passports and take your passport photo.   Hours for this service are 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. If you have questions, call the Supervisor’s Office at […]

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The DuPage County 2016 Real Estate Tax Bills, payable in 2017, were mailed on April 28, 2017. The first installment is due on June 1, 2017 and the second installment is due on September 1, 2017. Visit the DuPage County Treasurer’s website for more information at: www.dupageco.org/treasurer.

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Teens who have frequent family dinners (at least 5-7X per week), are more likely to say parents know what’s really going on in their lives, have excellent relationships with their parents and are less likely to be highly stressed. (CASA Columbia White Paper; “The Importance of Family dinners VIII”- 2012)

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Townships are mandated to provide General Assistance. This is a financial aid program for those who are not qualified for categorical assistance (state or federally funded aid). The primary goal of Township General Assistance is to get people back into employment. For more information about this program, contact our Case Manager at (630) 719-6610.

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