Welcome to Township Officials of Illinois

Happy 4th of July from all of us at TOI!  Enjoy the Holiday!

TOI: Who are we and What do we do click here? 

Read the President's Message
Read the Executive Director's Message

2018 TOI Conference Registration is OPEN !  Click Here:

2018 Housing Registration is OPEN!  Click Here:

Printable Forms:

Registration

2018 Conference Housing Form

Don't forget to register for the Grant Writing course scheduled for July 13 as part of the Professional Development Series! 

CLICK HERE FOR THE WEBINAR COURSE LISTING!

Click Here to Download our 2018 Event App for all 2018 Events

 

Register for Webinar Training On Demand

Stay up to date with current issues in Washington D.C. affecting township government with the NATaT (National Association of Towns and Townships) website. http://www.natat.org/ TOI Executive Director Bryan Smith serves on the NATaT Board of Directors as Vice President

 Free Training opportunities from the Illinois Department of Transportation announced for 2018 - click the link below:

https://idot.illinois.gov/transportation-system/local-transportation-partners/county-engineers-and-local-public-agencies/index

 

 

 

 

  • Local Officials Day 2018 6/27/2018

    State Treasurer Michael Frerichs Hosts Local Officials Day at Illinois State Fair Join us for great food, speakers, entertainment and more! RSVP at LocalOfficialsDay.Eventbrite.com for entrance tickets no later than July 31. Saturday, August 11, 2018 11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. Illinois State Fairgrounds, Director's Lawn 801 East Sangamon Avenue, Springfield, Illinois

  • Recall Report 4/17/2018

    Recall Report is a comprehensive online resource for information on mental health. Our information is for all audiences, spanning important topics like substance abuse, depression/anxiety/suicide, prescription drug information; and extending into treatment, rehabilitation and recovery.

  • APWA Illinois Roads Scholar Program 4/10/2018

    APWA IRSP offers a comprehensive training program in a three year cycle. For one week per year road right of way workers in this program will be trained in various aspects, including flagging certification, signage standards, site safety, tool safety, paving, underground pipe work, GIS mapping, and roadway emergency response. Participants who successfully attend all three training years will be designated as an APWA Illinois Roads Scholar. Additionally, after completion of the program, graduates will be offered the opportunity to attend a hands-on equipment training session which can be added as an endorsement to your certificate.