Serving The People First

Town Clerk

Danielle Rose


The Township Clerk is the Clerk for the Township Board, which consists of the Supervisor and four Trustees. All of these board members, as well as the Clerk, are elected officials. 

The Township Clerk has many duties; keeper of township records, Clerk of all town meetings, administer oaths, local election authority, and give notice of meetings and the agenda through local newspapers and public places within the township. The Clerk is responsible for publishing or posting certain specific notices, including notices for the Township Highway Department.

 The clerk is the local election authority and is responsible for accepting petitions concerning local elections and/or referendums.

If you would like the agenda and minutes emailed to you, please send me an email requesting to be added at

Freedom of Information Act FormFOIA Form:  Please print, complete form and fax to 847-526-0294 or e-mail to:

Danielle Rose

Voter Registration

Traditional deputy registrars are available to accept voter registration applications at most municipal or township offices, libraries, and at the Lake County Clerk’s office. Citizens can now also register online, by mail, during early voting, or on Election Day.  Requirements and locations

Voting Options

Voting by mail, early, or on Election Day allows the voter choose the option that best suits their busy schedule and lifestyle. More information

Voter Power

Registered voters can log on to find one-click personalized voting information

  • Confirm you are registered with current name and address
  • Print a sample ballot prior to Election Day
  • Submit required application to receive a ballot by mail
  • Track Clerk’s receipt of ballot, if voting by mail
  • Find Election Day and early voting site locations including driving
    directions and map
  • Find current representative districts and elected officials