Includes links to State of Illinois-based resources that serve to support the state's municipal governments. A municipality is any self-governing political unit, typically an incorporated urban district. In Illinois, the term is usually applied to counties and incorporated cities, and may also be applied to towns, townships, villages, and other locally organized governmental units. This category lists general resources pertaining to municipal governments within the state.
Provides resources for certification for tax assessment officers. Includes member directory, Board of Directors for the Illinois Property Assessment Institute, legislation and committees.
A collective forum of the 102 appointed county officials in direct charge of county highway transportation. Includes membership details, organization, employment opportunities, discussion board, classified ads, and links.
Offers development to professionals serving as assistant administrators/managers, administrative interns, assistant department managers and directors in the state's municipalities, counties, and councils. Internships, mailing list, message board, and contacts.
Seeks to establish uniformity in state and local government accounting practices, along with support and networking of the profession. Includes events calendar, certification, news, chapters and contacts.
Focused on supporting and improving municipal and county management, strengthening local government through its programs and services, events and conferences, job bank, resources, and contacts.
Monthly publication on municipal government published by the Illinois Municipal League since 1952. Presented by Illinois Periodicals Online (IPO), a digital imaging project at the Northern Illinois University Libraries funded by the Illinois State Library.
Established in 1914, membership is comprised of the cities, villages, and incorporated towns of the State of Illinois.
Provides employees of local governments and school districts (with the exception of the City of Chicago and Cook County) with a system for the payment of retirement, disability, and death benefits.
Private, not-for-profit organization that currently represents nearly all of the state's 1,433 townships. Features includes information on education, lobbying and promotion activities for townships.
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