A Message from the Northfield Township Board
The Board of Trustees of Northfield Township feels it is important to share our position on concerns related to race, inequality, oppression, and opportunity for all.
We feel strongly, and act accordingly, that all are created equal. In our roles, we see that opportunity, however, is not always afforded equally and that some among us occasionally need a helping hand. Northfield Township is committed to treating all people – regardless of race, national origin, sexual identity, disability, age or religion – fairly and equitably.
The services we provide, including help to people in need and assistance to residents with a variety of administrative service concerns, are offered in an equitable manner to all clients.
Northfield Township is dedicated to fostering a culture in which all people from any background are treated with respect, dignity, kindness and empathy, as every human being deserves. This applies to clients, staff, residents, and visitors. We shall always strive to serve every member of our community to the best of our abilities as they deserve no less.
We encourage ourselves and our community to look inward for strength, empathy, kindness and understanding. We support the path to equity and equality for all. We look forward to each engagement with our clients and community and appreciate the opportunity to serve.
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The Northfield Township government offices are open for in-person visits. Residents are encouraged to make an appointment and will be required to wear a mask while in the Township office.
All Township services are available.
The Northfield Township Food Pantry will continue contactless food distribution and intake for the forseeable future.
For more information or to make an appointment, please call 847-724-8300.
Northfield Township is hiring for the position of Deputy Assessor/General Office Assistant.
Represent and assist the Northfield Township Assessor, in a friendly and professional manner in service to Northfield Township residents. Be a property taxpayer advocate and assist residents with property tax appeals, exemptions and other areas relating to real property tax valuation.
The Deputy Assessor also acts in the role of general office assistant for the Township office.
An ideal candidate would possess a bachelor’s degree and three years of work experience in the fields of real estate, communications, business, or finance; or an associate’s degree and five years of work experience in the fields real estate, communications, business, or finance. Excellent customer service skills, along with the ability to operate in a team setting and cross train in all areas of Township Government is a must.
For more information or to apply click on the links below.