The purpose of the Illinois Assessors Association, a division of the Township Officials of Illinois, is to provide a medium through which members may promote and protect the combined interest of all Illinois Assessors. Also to disseminate information of interest and concern to all members; encourage uniformity of administration and assessment and increase cooperation among Illinois Assessors; inform the public, the Illinois legislature, and other governmental bodies of the advantages and benefits derived from well-funded standard assessment practices; and, coordinate and cooperate with the Township Officials of Illinois (TOI) and other organizations for the purpose of strengthening township government in the State of Illinois.
The Association of Illinois Township Committees on Youth (AITCOY) is a statewide resource for community-based human service agencies whose purpose is to 1) promote improved services for youth & families; 2) provide training and technical assistance for development of additional township youth services, and 3) facilitate cooperation, information and resources among township programs.
Our mission is to advance the professional identity of Township Committees on Youth by providing leadership, professional training, community education, and networking to enhance the quality of life for youth and families in the townships throughout Illinois. For more information about AITCOY, please visit our website at www.aitcoy.org
Over 50 Years of Service to Educating Township Clerks and promoting local "Grass Roots Government" to Illinois Communities.
The purpose of our division is to educate our highway commissioners on their roles and duties.
ITASCSC was officially recognized by the Township Officials in 1982 and formed as a result of a number of township representatives meeting to address the need to enhance senior services for the growing number of seniors in their communities.
The purpose of our division is to educate our Supervisors on their roles and duties.
The Tax Collectors job is to collect real estate taxes. Usually the real estate tax bill comes out the first of May and the first installment is due by June 6th. The Tax Collector collects the first installment only.
Township attorneys in Illinois are organized through the Illinois Township Attorneys Association which was incorporated in 1977.