Township News & Events

In the best interest of our community and employees we will be implementing Phase 3 reopening guidelines. We will be limiting public contact under the new guidelines. Our offices will be open with limited access. We are urging the public to call our office first before coming in to set up appointments. Thank you for your understanding and stay healthy.

  • Supervisor – Barb Klasen – 815-648-4653
  • Assessors Office – Karen Roth –815-648-4536
  • Highway Dept. – Don Goad - 815-648-2307

 Available to Illinoisans and McHenry County Residents

If you’re facing tough economic decisions, please know that you’re not the only one, and that there are programs available to help you. Below is a list of companies providing bill deferment programs:

ComEd Services
ComEd has voluntarily implemented a moratorium on service disconnections for non-payment. This suspension applies to both residential and commercial customers. Click here and... Read More

Notice to all residents, all recycling is suspended until further notice. For recycling options in McHenry County - Get the Green Guide!

A short-term safety net when between jobs or during illness. It is a financial aid program for those who are not qualified for categorical assistance (state or federally funded aid). Applicants must meet financial and non-financial factors for eligibility. In addition to being a resident of Greenwood Township, information regarding you and your family, financial status, and registration with the Department of Employment Security will be required. Download Application.

For Low Income Home Energy Assistance contact the McHenry County Housing Authority, 1108 N. Seminary Ave., Woodstock, IL 60098-1109 815-338-7752. LINK

MCRide Dial-A-Ride is a curb-to-curb, demand-response public transit service available to McHenry County residents traveling within and between partner communities. Riders call the Pace Call Center 800-451-4599 to schedule a trip the day before they need a ride or up to seven days in advance for seniors and individuals with a disability.

The fare is based on distance traveled: the general public pays a base fare of $2.00 for the first five miles and $0.25... Read More