Grant Township

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Grant Township - Lake County

Mission Statement 

To provide quality services with innovative and responsible use of resources for an evolving Grant Township Community!

26725 W. Molidor Rd

Ingleside, Il 60041

Phone:847-740-2233

Fax:847-740-2255

Hours: 8:00am to 4:30pm Monday-Friday

Saturdays and evenings by appointment only. 


These are direct phone numbers. In order to provide better assistance please review the services offered for each department. 

Assessor Phone: 847-546-8880 Click on Assessors page for services offered.  

Highway Dept.: 847-546-7623 Click on Highway page for services offered.  

Address:26535 W. Molidor Rd. Ingleside, IL. 

Transportation Dept.: 847-546-7433 Click on Transportation page for services offered.


We Are Here To Serve

While the Supervisors building remains closed to the public many of our services are still in place. We know some of our residents are facing challenging times, therefore we are dedicated to ensure that food and financial assistance are available. Medical transportation will be on a first call basis.
If it is for yourself, friend or neighbor do not hesitate to call as our serves are strictly confidential. Please contact the Township for further information. (847)740-2233

Grant Township Food Pantry
If you or someone you know within Grant Township is in need of food, please call Grant Township at 847-740-2233.
Drive through distribution of food is available at the lower level. Please call ahead for an appointment.
Monday - Friday
8:30am - 4:00pm.
Upon arrival call 847-740-2233
Anyone needing emergency assistance please call our office at 847-740-2233, or Supervisor Kay Starostovic 847-651-7417 and leave a message or email to:

Annual Town Meeting July 21, 2020 7pm


Lake County COVID-19 Dashboard

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Call 211 for Social Services in Lake County
Anyone in Lake County who needs help finding health and human service support can call 211 and get quickly connected to available resources. Lake county 211, provided by United Way of Lake County, is a free, confidential information and referral helpline that will enable Lake County residents to get the help they need 24 hours a day, regardless of the language they speak or where they live.  
 
The 211 network also answers dozens of crisis hotlines, including the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline. 

Regular Meeting - Tuesday, July 21, 2020- 6pm

See Agenda/Minutes page for downloads


As communities begin scheduling adult mosquito treatments to improve quality of life and protect public health, you may get questions from your residents about how the treatments work.

Here are some of the most common resident questions about mosquito control:

Will mosquito spray treatments harm me, my kids or my pets?

Do I need to cover my plants before a mosquito spray treatment?

Why can’t I see the mosquito spray coming out of your truck?

Get the answers here, plus see seven other common resident questions!

REMINDER: THE CLARKE PORTAL HAS A HOTLINE FOR RESIDENTS!

The Clarke Portal features a hotline for residents to report standing water sites and mosquito annoyance. Residents may also use the hotline to register for notifications by text or email before planned nighttime adult mosquito treatments.

Use this link on your website to encourage residents to use the Clarke Portal Hotline: www.clarkeportal.com/hotline.

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Homeland Security & Disaster Preparedness Begin at Home in Grant Township