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Township Announcements

To All Oswego Township Residents:

The 2022 Sidewalk and Curb Maintenance Program began on June 21, 2022 and will continue for the next 2 to 3 weeks, weather permitting.  Construction time will be from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. Sidewalk will be replaced based on assessed condition in various locations throughout the Township.  You may not have access to your driveway temporarily.  In order to replace sidewalk, your apron may need to be removed and replaced.  Please be aware your vehicle will need to be off the street during construction but parking on the street during non-construction hours is acceptable. Oswego Township will make every effort to try to keep inconvenience at a minimum.  This year’s list is established and no more sidewalk can be added.  However, we are accepting new candidates for the 2023 program.  If you have any concerns, you may call 630-264-4587.  Your patience is appreciated as we work to improve sidewalk safety.

 

Volunteers wanted!

 

Beecher Community Center/Meals on Wheels

908 Game Farm Road, Yorkville, IL 60560

DELIVERY TIMES: 8 am – 2 pm, Monday – Friday

LUNCH SERVED DAILY: 11 am – 12 pm, Tuesday/Thursday/Friday

MANAGER: Louise Maritato, 630-553-2316

NUMBERS SERVED: 184 Total Current Active Clients in Oswego (117) and Montgomery (67), 6/13/2021 – 6/13/2022

OUR COMMITMENT

Nutritional health is an important factor for remaining independent as we age. Meals on Wheels provides in-home delivery of hot meals five days a week (with frozen meals for weekends and holidays, and shelf-stable meals for times of inclement weather). With support for good nutrition and healthy living, many older adults in our area are able to live safely and independently in their own homes.

WHO QUALIFIES FOR OUR SERVICES?

Our program is open to those 60 years of age or more, their spouses and caregivers, and the disabled. There is no income level requirement.

HOW MUCH DO THE MEALS COST?

There is no cost to participants. We do ask all participants for a voluntary contribution ($4.00). No one is ever denied service if they are unable or unwilling to contribute.

MENU

Each meal comes with protein, vegetables, fruit, grain, and milk. The menus have been approved by a registered dietitian to meet 1/3 of the daily recommended intake of nutrients.

Senior Services Association provides information and assistance, assessment and care coordination, caregiver assistance, adult protective services, emergency services and home repair, a nursing home ombudsman, recreation, education, and health, friendly visiting, transportation services, and volunteer opportunities.

 

TO APPLY FOR MEALS ON WHEELS, CONTACT: 

SENIOR SERVICES ASSOCIATES, INC.

908 Game Farm Road Yorkville, IL 60560

(630) 553-5777 | Fax: (630) 553-6979

24-Hour Emergency Phone: (800) 942-1724

 

TO VOLUNTEER, FILL OUT OUR ONLINE APPLICATION:

www.cnnssa.org/volunteer/

Meal delivery drivers are always needed.  Delivery generally takes about 90 minutes to 2 hours, including pick-up and drop off of food bags at a central location near you. We deliver Monday through Friday mornings only. It’s a great way to help seniors in your community and meet new friends.

If you need any additional assistance, or have any questions about volunteering with Meals On Wheels, we’re here to help. Please email Linda at lreiter@cnnssa.org, or call 312-207-5290.

 

CNNSSA does not discriminate in admission to programs or activities or treatment of employment in programs or activities in compliance with the Illinois Human Rights Act; the U.S. Civil Rights Act; Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act; the Age Discrimination Act; the Age Discrimination in Employment Act; and the U.S. and Illinois Constitutions. If you feel you have been discriminated against, you have a right to file a complaint, dial 1-800-252-8966 (Voice and TDD), or contact the Director of Personnel (312) 207-5290.



Pearce Cemetery gets an update thanks to the joint effort and teamwork of township staff.

Oswego Township would like to wish everyone a joyous and peaceful Holiday Season!

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The Oswego Township Road District would like to notify residents that starting on January 1, 2022 the speed limit in Boulder Hill Subdivision will be reduced from 30 mph to 25 mph.  The speed reduction is to increase the safety of our residents.

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2021 Assessments are now available
Use our Property Search to view them here.
If you feel your property has been assessed incorrectly please call the Assessor’s Office at 630-554-3214

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2021 Snow/Parking Ordinance  (Click here)

Oswego Highway Department Fall Newsletter (Click here)

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The Oswego Township Road District would like to offer some clarification on our new large debris procedure concerning Township sidewalks.  Any large garbage item such as furniture, mattresses or electronics should be scheduled for pick up by the homeowner with their routine garbage service company.  Most waste service organizations offer a one large bulk item pick up at no cost but it is the homeowner’s responsibility to reach out to their garbage service and make sure their large item is picked up and disposed of properly.  If any large garbage item is left for more than five days on Township sidewalk or the right of way, the Township will pick up that item but it will then be billed to the homeowner for that pick up cost.  The Oswego Township Road District is enacting this procedure in attempt to beautify and keep your neighborhood streets clean for all residents.  If you have further questions, please feel free to contact our offices at 630-264-4587.

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ProgramFox Metro

Fox Metro is offering a cost-sharing reimbursement program to help protect basements from a sanitary sewer backup.  Eligible homeowners may qualify for a maximum of $5,000 reimbursement for installing an overhead sewer system in their basement.  See their website for more information at: www.foxmetro.org

Message from the Supervisor

At Oswego Township, we are continually trying to find better ways to serve you. We are dedicated to help our community save money where they can. Please keep tuning in, as we add new information in our quest to assist our residents.

Sincerely,

Oswego Township, Supervisor

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Oswego Township occupies a 6 mile square plus additional land to the south of the Fox River in the northeast corner of Kendall County, Illinois.

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