Niles Township Government

Since its founding in 1850, Niles Township Government has served community residents in Lincolnwood, Skokie, Golf, and portions of Niles, Morton Grove, and Glenview. Township government was formed to connect residents with services that improve the quality of life and help people realize their potential. Our events unite the communities we serve and provide valuable information.

The Niles Township Food Pantry provides supplemental food support to more than 1,500 families and individuals each month. The food pantry program is partially supported by generous donations to the Niles Township Food Pantry Foundation, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation. Additionally, the township provides general financial assistance to individuals based on income eligibility.

Other township services include:

  • U.S. passports
  • Coast 2 Coast prescription cards
  • Free notary service
  • Voter registration
  • Property tax records and appeals
  • Senior citizen programming
  • Temporary handicapped parking placards
  • Childcare and camp scholarships

The Niles Township Board of Trustees meets on the second and fourth Monday of each month, at 7 p.m., unless otherwise noted.

Constituents are encouraged to visit the township offices at 5255 Main St. in Skokie or call (847) 673-9300 for more information.

Visit the township on social media:

  • @NilesTownship on Twitter
  • Niles Township Government on Facebook