8200 Fairgrounds Road
Belvidere, IL 61008
Municipal Aggregation letters sent out 9/8/23
Facts about Township Government Click Here
Past Agenda's are listed on Clerk's Page. Current Agenda under Latest News and Information in the left side bar.
Annual Town Meeting Agenda -4/11/23
Approved minutes -4-12-2022 Annual Town Meeting Approved
Do you want to know what township you live in? You can look on your tax bill or click here to direct you to Boone County Treasurer's Property Inquiry and search by a parcel number or by name, address, or other criteria.
Click here for the Assessor's website. If you have any questions, please call 815-547-8095.
2022 Property Tax Pie Chart - Payable 2023
Click here to read Thank You Letter from
Boone County Council on Aging
Belvidere - Bill Robertson 815-544-9664
Bonus - Darrel Davis 815-742-9314
Boone - Norman Stimes 815-262-5360
Caledonia - Valerie Alt 815-765-3092
Flora - Kenneth Freeman 815-547-9132
LeRoy - Brian Van Laar 815-737-1833
Manchester - Timothy Hall 815-988-9698
Poplar Grove - Brian Piske 815-262-3454
Spring - Ryan Kufalk 815-218-1388
Belvidere - Mike Dixon
Bonus - Michael Karlson
Boone - Shane Munro
Caledonia - Jeff Morelock
Flora - Michael Frank
LeRoy - Robert Donley
Manchester - William Schwarzbach
Poplar Grove - Michael Wares
Spring - Chad Harbison
Current: ComEd with no contract due to being best rate
Past Electric Aggreegation
You should have received a letter regarding electric aggregation. Belvidere Township decided to resume the program and selected ComEd/Eligo Energy as the new supplier for a contract term from August 2021-August 2022. Letters being sent out June 17, 2021.
For specific questions about your own electric account, do not call Belvidere Township. Instead, call the Township’s aggregation program supplier, Eligo Energy, at 847-380-3184. If you require additional assistance, call NIMEC, the Township’s energy consultant, at 800-727-3820 to leave your question and call-back number.
PROGRAM FOR BOONE COUNTY RESIDENTS ONLY.
Permanent Drop off Site:
Boone County Highway Dept.
9759 IL Rt. 76
Boone County Electronics Recycling at BC Highway Dept.
NORTH of Belvidere Township on Rt. 76
2nd Saturday of even months 10am-2pm
(2nd Saturday in February, April, June, August, October, December)
For more information please call the County Highway Dept. (815) 544-2066 or Recycler URT (877) 278-0799.
Monthly "Bills Paid Report" will be posted one month after the 2nd Regular Board Meeting of the month. This will be after all have been paid and approved by the board. Click on the Finances page for more information.
To examine or request copies of township records, a Freedom of Information form must be submitted. Click here for FOIA FEES. FOIA Officers can be reached at 815-544-2027 (8200 Fairgrounds Road, Belvidere, IL) or by email.
Terri Bullard - firstname.lastname@example.org
Katelynn Flynn - email@example.com
LiHeap - Click here for much more information regarding sites and schedules.
Are you a Veteran? Click here for website to The Veterans Assistance Commission of Boone County, IL.
B1 Food Pantry - Belvidere First Assembly of God
PROGRAMS FOR BELVIDERE TOWNSHIP RESIDENTS ONLY:
Service provided to Belvidere Township Residents
Limit 100 lbs per household
Next Shred Day: 8/19/23
Where: Belvidere Township in the back lot
Loves Park, IL 61111
Prescription Drug Disposal Bin 24/7 @
Public Safety Building
615 N Main St. Belvidere
For more details and "Happenings Around the Township" click here.
Swearing In of Elected Officials - MAY 17, 2021
Front row - Bill Robertson-Supervisor
Back row - Bob Turner-Trustee, Jim Culvey-Trustee, Mike Dixon-Highway Commissioner,
Bernard O'Malley- Trustee, Kathy Grover-Trustee, Mike St.Angel-Assessor
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.
A Brief History of Boone County (1835-1900)
Compiled by Anna E. Ralston
It is well established that the settlement of Boone County began in 1835. In that year there were permanent settlers in several of the townships. At that time there was no defined area called Boone County and the townships had numbers but no names.
The townships were very important to the early settlers. They were made up of thirty six sections of land, each section being one mile square. As the settlers filed claims to their land, their purchases were described in the deed as a fraction of a numbered section in a certain numbered township. The need for names for the townships was obvious.
Belvidere Township 1975-1999 click here to learn more.
Q. What is a Township's responsibility? For the answer click "here".