Hours: Monday - Thursday 8:30 am - 3:00 pm

Angela Schneider, Supervisor

108 4th Avenue

Sterling IL 61081

815.625.3990

supervisor@sterlingtownship.com

Supervisor Office

Sterling Township

Supervisor SpotLight

I am honored to be elected as Sterling Township’s Supervisor. My term began on May 17th, 2021. My goals for this term include reducing unnecessary spending, being active and involved in the community, and educating citizens about what the Townships does. I believe that Townships should help meet the needs of its citizen while simultaneously being conservate and responsible with the taxpayer’s money. The needs of a community change and Townships need to be responsive and adaptable. Although Townships are required to fulfil 3 main responsibilities, some Townships offer additional programs. As Supervisor, it is my job to oversee our General Assistance and Emergency Assistance program. These programs help with basic needs such as rent, utilities, and food for those who qualify. Townships are required by law to provide General Assistance, property assessment, and maintenance of roads outside of city limits. Many Townships also maintain cemeteries. I would love to hear from you. Please contact me with any thoughts, ideas, or concerns that you have. Your voice matters and we can achieve more together. Thank you for the opportunity to serve our community. The 3 main lawful requirements of a Township are: General Assistance (assistance with basic needs such as rent/mortgage, utilities, and food for those who qualify.) Property assessment- The Assessor values all real property to ensure fair distribution of the tax burden. The Assessor’s office keeps all property records updated and helps citizens complete exemption forms. Maintenance of Township roads and bridges- Townships maintain more than 53% of the state’s total road miles and nearly half of all bridges There are no better Staff than who we have in place right now to carry out these duties. Townships have the latitude to create programs to better the lives of their citizens. I have a vision of helping adults who are currently unable to take care of their basic needs while simultaneously mentoring our youth so they can flourish and become contributing members of our Township. This will reduce the need for general assistance thereby streamlining our Township in the future and reducing taxes. Community collaboration is imperative. When our Township facilitates ongoing collaboration between education, business, and organizations in our community, everybody wins.
© Sterling Township 2015
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Supervisor SpotLight

I am honored to be elected as Sterling Township’s Supervisor. My term began on May 17th, 2021. My goals for this term include reducing unnecessary spending, being active and involved in the community, and educating citizens about what the Townships does. I believe that Townships should help meet the needs of its citizen while simultaneously being conservate and responsible with the taxpayer’s money. The needs of a community change and Townships need to be responsive and adaptable. Although Townships are required to fulfil 3 main responsibilities, some Townships offer additional programs. As Supervisor, it is my job to oversee our General Assistance and Emergency Assistance program. These programs help with basic needs such as rent, utilities, and food for those who qualify. Townships are required by law to provide General Assistance, property assessment, and maintenance of roads outside of city limits. Many Townships also maintain cemeteries. I would love to hear from you. Please contact me with any thoughts, ideas, or concerns that you have. Your voice matters and we can achieve more together. Thank you for the opportunity to serve our community. The 3 main lawful requirements of a Township are: General Assistance (assistance with basic needs such as rent/mortgage, utilities, and food for those who qualify.) Property assessment- The Assessor values all real property to ensure fair distribution of the tax burden. The Assessor’s office keeps all property records updated and helps citizens complete exemption forms. Maintenance of Township roads and bridges- Townships maintain more than 53% of the state’s total road miles and nearly half of all bridges There are no better Staff than who we have in place right now to carry out these duties. Townships have the latitude to create programs to better the lives of their citizens. I have a vision of helping adults who are currently unable to take care of their basic needs while simultaneously mentoring our youth so they can flourish and become contributing members of our Township. This will reduce the need for general assistance thereby streamlining our Township in the future and reducing taxes. Community collaboration is imperative. When our Township facilitates ongoing collaboration between education, business, and organizations in our community, everybody wins.
© Sterling Township 2015
Sterling Township

Theodore Harts Supervisor

815.716.8665 ext 203

supervisor@sterlingtownship.com

Hours: Monday - Thursday 8:30 am - 3:00 pm

Angela Schneider, Supervisor

108 4th Avenue

Sterling IL 61081

815.625.3990

supervisor@sterlingtownship.com

Supervisor Office

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