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    Gayle Curcio

    Cook County Assessor Accepting Property Assessment Appeals from Northfield Township Property Owners

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    Northfield Township property owners can file a property assessment appeal with the Cook County Assessor starting September 15th.

    Click here for more information.

    Cook County Assessor Fritz Kaegi, Commissioner Scott Britton and Northfield Township Assessor Patricia Damisch Host Virtual Assessment Appeal Seminar

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    Wednesday, September 16th at 6:30 pm

    Join via Facebook and You Tube
    Facebook: /CookCountyAssessorsOffice
    You Tube: Cook County Assessor

    Glenview Road Rail Crossing Closure

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    The railroad crossing at Glenview Road (east of Lehigh/Harlem) will be closed September 16th-25th.

    Please follow posted detour.

    Ravinia Green Charity Classic Benefiting the Northfield Township Food Pantry

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    The Northfield Township Food Pantry will be one of the charity beneficiaries of this year’s Ravinia Green Charity Classic.

    Attendees will enjoy a round of golf, a day of camaraderie, touch-free luncheon, online auction and much more.

    Join the fun and make a difference.

    To register visit:

    To view the online auction visits:

    Important Information from the Cook County Sheriff

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    ATTENTION: Residents of Unincorporated Northfield Township

    Several thefts from vehicles have been reported in recent weeks in unincorporated Northfield Township, according to the Cook County Sheriff’s Police.   

    In the majority of incidents, vehicles were left unlocked overnight, often with the keys inside. Incidents have been reported on Linden Lane, Hickory Court and Pensive Lane. Residents are reminded that once inside a vehicle, offenders often have access to garage door openers, allowing access to the garage and potentially the house, if the inside garage door remains unlocked. 

    Sheriff’s Police ask that you follow these vehicle safety tips: 

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    Northfield Township Seeks Residents to Serve on Human Services Review Commission

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    Each year Northfield Township funds social service agencies that serve township residents.  This process is overseen by the Northfield Township Human Services Review Commission.

    The Commission is an 11-member volunteer board that reviews agency applications, provides reports and makes funding recommendations to the Northfield Township Board of Trustees.  More information is available at

    Individuals interested in serving on the commission, should be residents of Northfield Township with backgrounds in community or other volunteer service.  High school juniors and seniors are eligible to serve.  Terms are three years.

    For additional information or if you are interested in serving on the Northfield Township Human Services Review Commission, please email Gayle Curcio at by Friday, September 25, 2020.

    Hero Hustle Step Challenge

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    Presented by the Rotary Club of Glenview Sunrise, Glenview Police Department and Glenview Firefighters Union Local 4186.

    Challenge your family and friends and join the Hero Hustle Step Challenge.

    Run, walk or use exercise equipment to accumulate steps, record your steps with an app linked to your smart device and upload your steps to the challenge website.

    Everyone achieving 90,000 steps or more during the 9-day period will be eligible for raffle prizes.

    For more information or to register please visit

    Emergency Mortgage Assistance

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    If you have been unable to pay your mortgage due to COVID-19, the Illinois Housing Development Authority (IHDA) may be able to help.

    Beginning August 24th, IDHA will be accepting applications for its Emergency Mortgage Assistance program.

    If approved, a grant of up to $15,000 will be sent to your servicer and applied toward your mortgage.

    For more information or to apply visit

    Illinois Housing Development Authority Rental Assistance Program

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    The Illinois Housing Development Authority (IHDA) has developed the Emergency Rental Assistance Program (ERA) to support Illinois tenants unable to pay their rent due to a COVID-19 related loss of income. A tenant whose application is approved will receive a one-time grant of $5,000 paid directly to their landlord to cover missed rent payments beginning March 2020 and prepay payments through December 2020 or until the $5,000 is exhausted, whichever comes first.

    Applications will be accepted beginning August 10th through August 28th.

    To apply for the Emergency Rental Assistance Program or for more information, please visit

    Cook County Property Tax Bills are in the Mail. Property Owners Can take until October 1st to Pay.

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    From the Office of the Cook County Treasurer Maria Pappas

    Second Installment Cook County property tax bills will start to arrive in mailboxes and property owners have until October 1, 2020 to pay without any late charger, Treasurer Maria Pappas said.

    Click on the link below to read the entire press release.