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630-759-1317

DuPage Township has suspended the following on-site services until further notice:

Passports

Meals on Wheels (will be on site on Monday’s only)

Marriage/Civil Union Licenses-You may still contact the Joliet Office at 815-740-4615

Will County Center for Community Concerns (LIHEAP)-You may still contact them via phone during normal business hours at 815-722-0722

Recorder of Deeds-You may still contact their Joliet Office at 815-740-4637

Will County Senior Services-You may still contact their Joliet Office at 815-740-4225

DuPage Township Update – March 23, 2020

DuPage Township will remain open but will be closed to walk-ins due to the “Shelter in Place” order that was issued by Governor Pritzker.

This “Shelter in Place” order begins Saturday, March 21, 2020. You can still contact the Township if you need assistance by calling 630-759-1317 or by sending an email to Lyoungs@DuPageTownship.com

DuPage Township Press Release –

DuPage Township will continue to provide limited services to residents of DuPage Township during the State of Emergency declared by the Governor.

Our Township procedures have been modified to continue to assist those in need, the infirm, and elderly, and to provide a safe and healthy environment for the public, staff and volunteers.

The DuPage Township Food Pantry will remain open to serve the community and will continue to accept donations.  The Drive through Food Pantry is open Tuesdays and Thursdays 9AM-2PM.

“It is important the residents know we are still and will always be there to assist them in their most challenging times.” Said Supervisor Felix George.

Any DuPage Township resident in need of assistance in anyway, can contact the Township for information. Township services require applications to be on file for financial assistance.  Any resident can access those forms by calling DuPage Township we will email the forms to return to be processed.  We are conducting appointments via a phone so to limit the person to person contact.

Respectfully, we ask individuals that are not feeling well to avoid coming the Township Facility.  We will make accommodations to work through email, and other available technology.  For those who do not have access for electronic means, we will work through other ways to get them the assistance needed.

Please visit this website for updates, office hours and department contact information, or call 630-759-1317 or email Lyoungs@DuPagetownship.com.

Sincerely

Supervisor Felix George