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Bloomingdale Township Supervisor Michael D. Hovde Jr. announces Food Bank Membership

Bloomingdale Township Supervisor Michael D. Hovde Jr. recently announced that the Bloomingdale Township Food Pantry has become a member of the Northern Illinois Food Bank in Geneva.

"Our food pantry has continued to be an essential resource for township residents, especially during the COVID crisis," Hovde said. "In the last few years, we have transformed the pantry into a tax-exempt organization, obtained funding for, and completed a major renovation of the food pantry. In addition, we have expanded our hours of operation, and created a diaper bank."

"Our membership in the Northern Illinois Food Bank will help us lower costs and serve the public in a more efficient manner," Hovde said.

Currently, the Food Pantry is open for distribution on Wednesdays and Fridays, with the Diaper Bank being open on Mondays.


For more information on the Food Pantry, or other resources available at Bloomingdale Township, call (630) 529-9993, or visit www.bloomingdaletownship.com or visit the Township Facebook page


Free Relocation Seminar for Seniors - December 8, 2020 at 1:30pm on ZOOM

Free Relocation Seminar for Seniors - December 8, 2020 at 1:30pm on ZOOM

RSVP: Kristy Malone 630-506-0225 or KMMalone@youroasisadvisor.com

Tammy Bilek, Certified Senior Move Manager with Honoring Aging will give you tips and tricks to help with moving your life’s treasures. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn some very valuable tips that will free you from feeling overwhelmed during the relocation process.


Bloomingdale Township Offices Closed for State Holiday on Election Day

Due to the recent legislation passed by the State of Illinois, Bloomingdale Township Offices will be closed on Election Day, November 3, 2020.  The 123 Rosedale building will remain open as a voting location for Election Day.  Access via elevator for those with disabilities is in the rear (East side) of the building.  All inquires regarding voting should be directed to the County Election Division at 630-407-5600.

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