Please join us on Saturday, May 18, 2013 from 7:30 a.m. until 1:00 p.m. for our semi-annual electronics recycling event. Palatine Township working with the Palatine Lions Club is offering residents an opportunity to properly dispose of their unwanted electronic items. The event will be in the Palatine Township parking lot located at 721 S. Quentin Road, Palatine. No appointment is necessary and there is no limit on most recycled items. This is a great opportunity to properly dispose of computers, laptops, monitors, small appliances, phones and many more items. Click on this link to view a complete list of items acceptable for recycling.
In observance of Women's History Month, Cook County annually presents the Unsung Heroine Award to 18 women, one from each district of Cook Country and one county-wide recipient. The women are honored for their contributions to their communities, families and professional endeavors. This award is designed to tell the story of the powerful impact women have had throughout history on the development of our social, cultural, economic and political institutions. Cook County honors these remarkable women as a way to bring their stories to light, to thank them and to celebrate the achievements of the many women through the history of Cook County whom they represent.
Ruth Silver was named as the recipient of this award for the 14th District. Ruth has volunteered at Lutheran General Hospital and Good Shephard Hospital. She has run countless food drives to support many food pantries. Ruth was sponsored for this award by Linda Fleming, Palatine Township Supervisor.
Click here for a complete list of recipients and to view a photo gallery.
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Palatine Township is asking for your help. You can make a big difference during these difficult times.
Food Pantry: There are many families in our community who are struggling due to unemployment or reduced incomes during this cold winter season. You can reach out and help one of these families by donating items to our food pantry. Click here for more information about food pantry donations.
Lavelle Law recently held their 9th annual Palatine Township Food Drive. In addition to many cases of food, they presented the food pantry with a donation check for $1,000. Pictured here (left to right) are Heather Slipkevych from Lavelle Law, Linda Fleming, Supervisor of Palatine Township and Barbara Walsh food pantry coordinator. Thank you, Lavelle Law!
Township's Blue Star Banner Program: supporting military families
The Township launched a Blue Star Banner Program to honor military families in the community by presenting them with a Blue Star Service Banner to display in their window. The family member is invited to attend a Township Board Meeting where they are presented with the Blue Star Banner along with a special Resolution in their honor and beneficial support information.
If you are a member of military family here in Palatine Township, please click here for further details.
Welcome to the Website of the Township of Palatine, one of the most progressive and comfortable community areas in the State of Illinois. Palatine Township serves all or part of Palatine, Rolling Meadows, Inverness, Arlington Heights, Hoffman Estates, Barrington, South Barrington and Schaumburg.
As with most townships in Illinois, the Township of Palatine encompasses 36 square miles. Located in Chicago's northwest suburbs our boundaries are Wilke Road on the east, Huntington Road on the west, Lake Cook Road to the north, and Central Road to the sourth.
Over 113,000 people live within the borders of Palatine Township, making it one of the most populous in the United States. While primarily a residential area, numerous retail establishments and light industry make their headquarters here.
721 S. Quentin Road, Suite 101
Palatine, IL 60067
Phone: (847) 358-6700
Fax: (847) 358-2888
Monday through Friday, 8:30 AM to 4:00 PM
Saturday, 8:30 AM to 12:00 Noon