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Parcel data and values updated on March 31st, 2021.
The 2020 assessments displayed are the FINAL 2020 ASSESSED VALUES, which include Board of Review decisions, as well as County and State equalization.
The Board of Review will mail the 2020 decision notices on 3/31/21.
Gregory A. Boltz
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DOWNERS GROVE TOWNSHIP ANNUAL TOWN MEETING
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
to the legal voters, residents of the Township of Downers Grove in the county of DuPage and the State of Illinois, that the Annual Town Meeting of said Township will take place on:
Tuesday April 13, 2021
being the second Tuesday of said […]Continue Reading →
Friday March 19, 2021 the Township Center was dedicated in a brief ceremony. With a ribbon cutting, speakers included FISH board chair John Aguzimo, Friends for Downers Grove Township Seniors board chair Robert Petranek, and Township Supervisor Mark Thoman.
FISH Chair Aguzimo spoke of how the new pantry space comes at a critical time for […]Continue Reading →
The Township Board Meeting will be held at the Township office, as follows:
Date: Thursday, 03/18/21
Where: Meeting Room – 4340 Prince Street, Downers Grove, IL
When: 7:30 pm
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Meeting ID: 889 4957 1346
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We’re pleased to announce that Chamber 630 will be helping us with our dedication ceremony on March 19th at 10am. This will be a combination live and on-line event. Posted is a brief walk-through created by our FFDGTS foundation Chair Robert Petranek and Township Supervisor Mark Thoman for Chamber 630.
Access DuPage has a survey out about COVID vaccines. Here’s your chance to be heard on this topic.
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Supervisor Thoman reports:
“In 2018 the Township replaced 112 failing aged fluorescent light fixtures with new state of the art LED panels. That investment reduced our electric bills by about $500/month. With energy rebates and purchasing group price savings, it has already paid for itself. Saving money long term for the taxpayer, and using green technology […]Continue Reading →
Please consider donating to FFDGTS a not-for-profit organization that supports programs and services offered by the Township that foster the independence and well being of older adults.
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