|Welcome to Manhattan Township Office
230 Wabash Street Village of Manhattan
Monthly Meetings: 2nd Tuesday of each month 7:00 p.m.
New Electronic Equipment Recycling see details below
Assessor's Office Record Search Last update 7-29-2020
|Elected Township Officials||Names||Contact Information|
|Supervisor||James F. Walsh||(815) 592-2303 email@example.com|
|Trustee||Eileen Fitzer||(815) 478-7101 EileenFitzer@yahoo.com|
|Trustee||Mark Yunker||(815) 478-5867 Markynkr@aol.com|
|Trustee||William McGrath||(815) 405-3624 McGrath66.Bill@gmail.com|
|Clerk||Kelly Baltas||(815) 680-5591 firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Collector||Barbara Daugherty||(815) 478-3913 Bdaugherty@krausonline.com|
|Assessor - Web Contact||Joseph "Joe" Oldani||Phone (815) 478-5154
FAX (815) 680-5595
|Road Commissioner||James "JB" Baltas||Ph (815) 478-3123
Notice: To rent the Manhattan Township Community Center for your
event, please contact Trustee William McGrath contact information shown above.
Resolution opposing the Compass Business Park
NOTICE: The Senior Freeze Exemption income
qualifier is now $65,000 or less of household income. 2020 Revised Assessments now posted to
web and the 2021 Tax Bill Information based on the 2020
Manhattan Township Office Building offices for the supervisor, clerk, assessor, and the town hall. The Manhattan Food Pantry was also relocated to this building see schedule below.
Township officials are especially proud of the Hall, which is available for rental for meetings, showers, parties, etc. The hall is also used as a polling place for elections.
The Manhattan Township Board purchased the former Alexander Lumber property on Wabash Street in 2014. In 2016 the brick building on the property has been completely remodeled to include the hall, offices, and food pantry. A paved parking lot was also added for the convenience of those visiting or using the building.
Food Pantry Information & Schedule Revised 5-26-2019
General Assistance - Contact James Walsh (815) 592-2303
Community Center - Contact James Walsh (815) 592-2303
Road Commissioner Office and Township Garage 24645 Eastern Ave. (815) 478-3123
Freedom of Information (FOIA)
New Electronic Equipment Recycling at the Manhattan Township Office Building Parking Lot located at 230 Wabash Street in the Village of Manhattan starting March 2020 the 4th Thursday of each month going forward between the hours of 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm. There is a limit of two television sets per visit but no limit on other electronic equipment at this time.
Will County Recycling
Conditioners and Refrigerator Recycling
Freon recovery and cooling appliances recycled by All American Recycling (a private company).
Manhattan Road Commissioner Bridge Replacement Kankakee
Street over Jackson Creek Posting:
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Assessor Office Information:
Assessor's Office Record Search last update 07-29-2020. 2020 Assessments now available and taxes payable in 2021 based on the 2019 assessments..
Assessor's Office located at 230 Wabash St. Ph. (815) 478-5154 Fax (815) 680-5595
Current Hours: 1:00 pm. - 4:00 pm. Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday except for state and federal holidays. Leave your telephone message anytime (815) 478-5154, I will return your call. Also a message can be typed here Contact Assessor
Longer office hours will be available when the assessor office personnel will be doing field inspections typically May 15th through October 31st. Also during assessment appeal time that starts about August 1st with a 30-day window to file an assessment appeal. Deadline to file a 2020 assessment appeal is September 4, 2020.
Assessment Appeal Information:
Prior to filing a Formal Assessment Appeal I encourage all real estate property owners to read Assessment Change Information for 2020. Formal Assessment Appeals are filed at the Will County Supervisor of Assessments Office (815) 740-4648 located at 302 N. Chicago Street downtown Joliet, Illinois. Assessment Appeal Forms are available on-line at www.willcountysoa.com.
Please call the office during July for the exact start and end date to file an assessment appeal because the dates can change from year to year slightly dependent upon the Will County Tax Cycle.