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Monday March 9, 2020 Governor JB Pritzker declared a state of emergency based on new guidance from the
Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH), Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and evidence emerging
across other countries and throughout the United States.
As a result, Governor JB Pritzker and the Illinois Department on Aging has issued the immediate suspension
of all congregate dining as well as all social activities conducted in group settings.
Our Congregate Dining Program and all Senior Center activities, trips, and seminars have been suspended until
further notice. However, York Township and The DuPage Senior Citizens Council (DSCC) will continue to monitor
and work with our local Health Department as they implement the coordinated State and National response to
The DuPage Senior Citizens Council’s Meals on Wheels, Well-Being Checks, Friendly Visits, Minor Home Repairs,
Pet Care & Food Assistance all provided by the DSCC will also continue at this time.
We ask that if you or someone you know is sick, especially with the symptoms displayed by COVID-19, please stay
home and help keep this virus under control. Make sure you cover your mouth when you cough or sneeze, wash your
hands regularly, avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth, try to clean and disinfect frequently touched objects
You can direct any questions regarding Meals on Wheels or congregate dining to the DSCC at 630-620-0804 for any
additional questions please see the York Township numbers listed below by department.
We deeply care about the residents of York Township and apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. Your health
is important to us and we want to make sure that all necessary steps are taken to help ensure you all stay healthy
so we can resume our normal activities as soon as possible.
Thank you for your understanding.
Dining Center (before noon)
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America's richest blessing is her people. They are the real strength in her grass
roots, and that is what township government is all about. It is often described
as "the last bastion of true democracy".
Township government is the oldest form of government in our country; yet it is
probably the one people are most unfamiliar with. It is a pleasure for me to have
this opportunity to introduce you to current township government and outline our
many fine services.
Township services touch the lives of most of our residents. We are small, accessible,
responsive, and cost effective claiming less than one and one-half percent of the
entire real estate tax bill.
Please take the opportunity to browse through this web site and become better
informed about what we do to serve you.
Pertinent Facts About Your Township
- Incorporated: 1839
- Population (2000 Census): 127,446
- Registered Voters: 71,866
- Municipalities: Elmhurst, Lombard, Villa Park, Oak Brook, Oakbrook Terrace,
and sections of Downers Grove, Glen Ellyn, Hinsdale, and Westmont
Where do my tax dollars go?
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