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.


COVID-19 VIRUS

The Grant Township Supervisor's office will be closed to the public in response to the COVID-19 virus.

Anyone needing emergency assistance please call Supervisor Kay Starostovic at 847-651-7417 and leave a message or email to: kstarostovic@granttownshipcenter.org

If you are in need of food call Kay 847-651-7417 for an appointment. Food will be distributed by appointment only on Tuesday and Thursday from 10am - 2pm. Bring your verification at the time of appointment. Must be Grant Township resident, show Drivers License and current utility bill with correct address. 

We feel this is in the best interest of our residents and employees due to underlying health conditions.

Thank you for your understanding.


Dear Residents,

While it has been well-publicized that older adults and those with underlying health conditions are at greater risk of developing severe illness from COVID-19, it’s important to understand that people of every age are at risk of getting infected with the virus and spreading it to others. As of March 31, 73 percent of COVID-19 cases in Lake County are under age 60, and 32 percent are under 40.

Stay home, save lives: We all must do our part to protect ourselves and those we love. That means staying home with the exception of going out for essential tasks. When you do go out, make sure to remain six feet away from other individuals, wash your hands or use hand sanitizer after touching any surfaces, cover your coughs and sneezes, and clean and disinfect often. It is not easy, but together we can get through this.

Lake County COVID-19 Cases

View our COVID-19 dashboard for the latest information, including a map showing cases by municipality.

People of any age can contract COVID-19 and risk lives by spreading it to others. If you are healthy and under 60, you could still put others in danger by not following social distancing guidelines. Please only go out if absolutely necessary. If you care about someone who is at high risk, keep them safe by keeping your distance. Try connecting via phone calls, handwritten letters/cards, video chat, or through a window/glass door.


Check Out the
Services Provided by:
AAHAA (Antioch Area Healthcare Accessibilty Alliance)
Expansion Group.
Located in the Antioch Village Hall, 874 Main Street, Antioch, IL 847-395-2809.
For further information see their website

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. 

Annual Meeting Tuesday, April 14, 7:00pm

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

See Agenda/Minutes page for downloads


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Homeland Security & Disaster Preparedness Begin at Home in Grant Township