Belvidere Township Officials

8200 Fairgrounds Road
Belvidere, IL 61008


The Supervisor

"The township supervisor serves as chief executive officer of the township. The supervisor's duties and responsibilites include, but are not limited to, serving as chairman of the township board of trustees, administrator of the general assistance program and treasurer of all town funds."






Bill R


Bill J. Robertson



Township government is the oldest form of government in North America, beginning in 1636 and in Illinois in 1848. Belvidere Township began in 1850. There are nine townships in Boone County and these elected officials represent what is most commonly referred to as the government closest to the people. General Assistance, Property Assessment, and Road & Bridge Maintenance are the three basic services provided by our Township. Other services provide a link to the community that includes, but is not limited to, senior citizens programs, youth programs, assistance to the disabled, and cemetery maintenance.


All residents are welcome to attend Belvidere Township Board Meetings, held on the second and fourth Tuesday at 5:00 PM sharp. If you are unable to attend remember my door is always open. Dates are posted on the Calendar page.




The Township Clerk

"The township clerk is responsible for maintaining all township records except for general assistance case files. The clerk's responsibitlies also include posting all public notices on behalf of the township."


Judy S

Judy Schabacker



The Township Board of Trustees

"Trustees are responsible for approving all township expenses and auditing bills submitted for payment by the highway commissioner."


Kathy G Richard H N

Kathy Grover


Richard Nelson-

after 5:00 PM 815-547-8686

Jim C Bob T

Jim Culvey



Robert "Bob" Turner




Highway Commissioner

"The township highway commissioner is responsible for the construction and maintenance of all roads and bridges in the road district."



Mike Dixon

Mike Dixon




The Assessor

"The assessor establishes property values of all parcels in the township. The assessor does not levy taxes. This is the only elected position in Illinois that requires the candidate to undertake formal training before seeking the office."


Mike St. Angel


Information above was taken from "What's My Job?" published by The Township Officials of Illinois / 2013




All residents are welcome to attend Belvidere Township Board Meetings, held on the second and fourth Tuesday at 5:00 PM sharp with some exceptions. Also check our Calendar page for our Google Calendar.



  Upcoming Board Meeting Dates




5:00 PM Regular Board Meeting



January 8 & 22

February 12 & 26

March 12 & 26

April 9 & 23

May 14 & 28

June 11 & 25

July 9 & 23

August 13 & 27

September 10 & 25

October 8 & 22

November 5 & 19 (Note 1st & 3rd Tuesday)

December 3 & 17 (Note 1st & 3rd Tuesday)



Annual Town Meeting - April 9, 2019

6:00 PM Sharp

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