New Trier Township has been serving its residents since 1850.
On the southeast border of the Township lies a harbor located in the Village of Wilmette.
The Kenilworth commuter train station is one of six that serve Township residents.
One of the most beautiful spots in New Trier Township is the Glencoe beach.
Winnetka Village Hall is a stately and historic limestone building located in the center of one of the village's bustling business districts.
As the government closest to the people, we provide this on-line resource for 24/7 information but always invite you to visit the Township office located at 739 Elm Street in Winnetka, Illinois or call 847-446-8202 Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m.
April 24, 2015
All Day Event
Application and check for $50.00 are due in to North Shore Senior Center by 4/3/2015
Pantry Priority Needs List
Established in 1850, New Trier Township government serves the 56,000 residents in the Illinois villages of Wilmette, Kenilworth, Winnetka, and Glencoe, plus portions of Glenview and Northfield.
Our mission is to provide leadership, advocacy and resources to benefit the physical, mental and social well-being of Township residents.
Among our basic functions are human services including the funding of social services and programs; advocacy for property taxpayers, and resident services.
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Those wishing to assist the Food Pantry are asked to consider dropping off fresh fruit and vegetables on Monday through Wednesday between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. to help us maintain a solid and varied supply of fresh produce for Pantry clients. We thank you for your support in this on-going effort.
Medical Ethicist Peggy McDonnell is available daily at the Township Office between the hours of 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. with flexibility. As Director of the Center for Ethics and Advocacy in Health Care, Ms. McDonnell is able to assist residents in resolving problems dealing with healthcare decision-making. She specializes in giving people the tools to make their own choices under difficult circumstances. To discuss your situation and make an appointment, please contact her at 847-609-3934. For more information on the Center for Ethics and Advocacy in Health Care, visit the website at www.healthcare-ethics.org.
Passport services at the Township Office are currently unavailable. Please visit the Passport Services page of this website for a list of nearby passport acceptance agencies. The Township apologizes for this inconvenience and hopes to be able to restore service soon. Passport application forms can be picked up at the Township Office or downloaded from the U.S. Department of State website at www.travel.state.gov.
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