NEW FOOD PANTRY NOW OPEN.
The pantry is located at 1080 S. Cedar Road.
1:30 to 3:30 P.M.
Phone: (815) 717-6221
Township Traditional Recycling Center is open Monday-Friday, 1:00pm - 3:30 pm and the 4th Saturday of the month, 8:00am - 12:00pm. We accept glass bottles, cans, plastic, cardboard and paper. Questions, call the Township Office, 815-485-6431.
New Lenox Township is collecting used electronics
on the second and fourth Wednesdays from 5:00-7:00 pm at our Township office; 1100 South Cedar Road. The Township is providing this service to our residents as a satellite collection site for Will County Land Use (815) 774-3321. The vendor is contracted by Will County and is only collecting on the above mentioned dates and times. New Lenox Township is not a permanent collection site. We will not accept any electronics other than under the above conditions. Also, be advised that the collection ends promptly at 7:00 pm and we do not have the authority to collect items on any other dates or times. Your cooperation in this matter is greatly appreciated.
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New Lenox Township is located in the heart of Will County, Illinois, on US Route 30 and Interstate 80. Our Township has thirty six square miles within its jurisdiction. It serves almost all of the Village of New Lenox and parts of the individual municipalities of Mokena, Homer Glen, Joliet and, of course, the entire unincorporated areas of the New Lenox community.
Township government has the distinction of being one of the oldest forms of government functioning in the United States today. In Illinois, the township form of government was provided for by the Illinois constitution of 1848 when residents in their respective counties were allowed to vote to establish township government.
New Lenox Township was officially established in 1850.
The powers expressly granted to New Lenox Township by State Statute include providing General Assistance to Needy Families, the Fair and Equal Assessment of all real estate within our jurisdiction and Road, Bridge and Storm Water System Maintenance outside the municipality. Based on needs demonstrated by our community, New Lenox also provides environmental programs, mosquito abatement, paratransit services, senior housing, family, senior and youth service programs and the administration, maintenance and preservation of our historic Marshall and Maplewood Cemeteries.
The Officials and Staff of New Lenox Township are pleased to provide you with specific information about our services, calendar and events at this website. There are also links provided to similar organization's websites for your added information and convenience. It is our intention to update this website regularly to keep it current; please feel free to provide us with your feedback and suggestions.
New Lenox Township has enjoyed a proud heritage since 1850. Please know that together, today we intend to work and keep New Lenox a Great Place to Live!
Michael Hickey, Supervisor
Annette Boyd, Clerk
Bonnie Hernandez, Assessor
Dennis McPartlin, Road Commissioner
Kathy Hilton, Collector
David Medema, Trustee
Larry Wennlund, Trustee
Martin Boban, Trustee
Barbara Kaupas, Trustee