Wednesday, September 02, 2015 Serving Our Community Since 1850
Supervisor Carol A. Teschky  
Maine Township is proud to serve residents in parts of Des Plaines, Park Ridge, Niles, Glenview, Morton Grove, and Rosemont. We aim to improve the quality of life for everyone in the township by offering services and events with the needs of our residents in mind.

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General Assistance General Assistance
The General Assistance department serves the needs of our financially distressed residents by providing temporary financial assistance and advocacy services designed to help residents get back on their feet as quickly as possible.

Food Pantry Food Pantry
With the help of generous donations from individuals, businesses, and local organizations such as churches and schools, the food pantry provides food on an emergency basis to residents and their families who are dealing with crisis situations.
MaineStreamers MaineStreamers
MaineStreamers is a social group for residents 55 years of age and older and its members enjoy fun and companionship while participating in a variety of activities, trips, and recreational programs designed for the young at heart.
MaineStay Youth & Family Services MaineStay
MaineStay Youth & Family Services helps promote the growth and stability of families in our community by providing a wide range of services for children and adults including family and couples counseling, parenting classes, and youth outreach programs.
Here, L to r, viewing that design are Joe Deprizio of Park Ridge, a WWII Army vet who served in the Pacific; Jake Gallagher of the Marine League; and Maine Township Clerk Gary K. Warner who was part of the color guard.
As part of the full weekend of activities which included a fundraiser movie, a USO style concert and afternoon of storytelling, the City of Park Ridge came together the morning of Saturday, Aug. 15 to honor the memory of 47 men from Park Ridge who died serving their country in World War II. All the events celebrated the 70th Anniversary of the end of WWII with Japan's surrender. The memorial originally placed on Devon Avenue by the American Legion in 1947 was moved to South Park, Cumberland and Devon Avenues, and given a more public viewing place. The Spirit of '45 committee raised funds for the improvements and will continue fundraising to complete the project in the coming months per a design done by the Park Ridge Park District.
News & Current Events
Heart RingsCouples Seminar
Improve your relationship at our couples workshop series starting September 17.

Power LinesElectric Aggregation
Learn more about Maine Township's Residential Electric Aggregation Program.

Board MeetingBoard Meeting
The next Maine Township board meeting will be September 29 at 7:30 PM.

MaineStay Mentoring ProgramMaineStay Newsletter
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Photo GalleryPhoto Gallery
View photos of recent township events, programs, and community involvement.
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