Libertyville Township Food Pantry Information

The food pantry will continue to operate on Tuesdays from 10am - 3pm for any Libertyville Township resident in financial need and provides proof of residency. If an individual is not a registered user of the food pantry, they will be asked to provide a photo id and a copy of a current utility bill as proof of residency. Once the current situation improves, additional documentation may be required. The bagged food will be distributed via drive through. Residents will remain in the car and Township staff will load the food items. 

The Township will accept food and/or monetary donations during regular business hours of 8:30am - 4:30 pm. No appointment is necessary. For additional information, please call 847.816.6800.



Per Governor Pritzker's Executive Order, the April 14th Annual Town Meeting has been postponed. A new date has yet to be determined.



Governor Pritzker issued Executive Order 2020-10 requiring all Illinoisans to stay in their homes to prevent the further spread of COVID-19. The order prohibits things like visiting the homes of friends and holding gatherings of any size and closes all nonessential establishments, including most retail, recreation and entertainment businesses. It does NOT prohibit essential activities like going to the grocery store, receiving medical care, or taking your pet for a walk. For more information on what this order means for you, please see below. 

When does the order take effect?

The order will take effect Saturday, March 21st at 5pm CST. 

Where does the Stay at Home order apply?

The Governor’s executive order includes the entire state. Unless you work for an essential business or are doing an essential activity, you should stay home.

Is this mandatory or just guidance?

This order is mandatory. To help prevent the further spread of COVID-19 in Illinois and protect our friends, neighbors, and vulnerable populations, please stay home.

How will this order be enforced?

Staying home is critical to reducing the spread of COVID-19 in your community. The Illinois State Police will work with local law enforcement to enforce this order but adhering to the order will save lives and it is the responsibility of every Illinoisan to do their part.

Will the Illinois National Guard be enforcing this order?

No. The Illinois National Guard will be supporting logistics, transportation, and medical response efforts. The Guard will not be enforcing this order.

I work in an essential service. How will the police know I’m allowed to be outside my house?

Law enforcement officials will not stop residents who are on their way to or from work or who are out for necessities like going to the pharmacy or getting groceries, or just taking a walk. Illinoisans should abstain from all nonessential activities. Adhering to the order will save lives and it is the responsibility of every Illinoisan to do their part.

Will grocery stores be open?

Yes, essential services will still be operational including, but not limited to:

  • Grocery stores
  • Gas stations
  • Pharmacies
  • Police stations
  • Fire stations
  • Hospitals, clinics and healthcare operations
  • Garbage/sanitation
  • Public transportation
  • Public benefits (i.e. SNAP, Medicaid) hotlines
  • A full list can be found in the executive order at


Corona Virus (COVID-19) Information

Please see the attached information:  The President's Coronavirus Guidelines for America

For information on the Coronavirus Disease 19, please click here.

The Center for Disease Control and Prevention-

The CDC Coronavirus guidelines:

The State of Illinois Coronavirus website:

Illinois Department of Public Health:

Lake County Health Department:

For individuals co-quarantined or isolated with an abuser can contact the National Domestic Violence Hotline: 1.800.799.7233 or

Additional Information

Lake County Government Office Closure Information -

If in need of a list of resources for food, shelter, rent and/or utility assistance or other essential services, call 211 or go to

Comcast is offering free internet access for families apply at or call 855.846.8376 for English or 855.765.6995 for spanish


Prescribed Burns Spring 2020

Libertyville Township uses prescribed burning as a management tool to restore and maintain healthy natural areas on its Open Space. These burns take place when native plants are dormant. Prescribed fire is one of the most efficient and cost effective tools for managing natural areas. Safety is our highest priority. Our crews are professionally trained and equipped; our primary concern is for the safety of people and property. Weather is a key factor in determining when and where a burn can take place. Brush piles are also burned throughout the year to dispose of woody debris.

Weather and conditions permitting, the following Libertyville Township Open Space properties slated for a prescribed burn Spring 2020: Old School, St. Mary's Road, Casey South, Casey North and Rt. 137. 

If you have any questions or health concerns or you wish to be notified the day of burn activities, please call the Libertyville Township Open Space District at 847.362.9760.


Libertyville Township’s Mosquito Abatement Program

Libertyville Township has engaged Clarke Environmental Mosquito Management, Inc. to provide six adult mosquito control applications this season. The Road District has placed mosquito dunks, a larvicide, into the storm sewer catch basins in the unincorporated areas.

For unincorporated Township residents who have standing water on their property, mosquito dunks are available for pick-up. The mosquito dunks slowly release a long term, biological mosquito larvicide. The Township’s services are meant to be in addition to preventative measures undertaken by homeowners and businesses. 

To be notified of the nighttime adult mosquito applications, sign up with the following link: You can receive an autodial message, a text or email. In addition, you can report if mosquitoes are particularly bad in your neighborhood and if there is standing water that may need to be treated by calling the Mosquito Hotline (800) 942-2555.


Employment Opportunities 

There are currently no employment opportunities.                                                                                     


Libertyville Area Resources

The following local resources were identified through Find Help Lake County and are located within Libertyville Township. For more resources and a comprehensive list, visit Please click here for the list of resources located within the Libertyville Township.

Funding provided in whole or in part by the Lake County Health Department and Community Health Center and the Illinois Department of Human Services and the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA).


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