News You Can Use
Diana O'Kelly, Township Supervisor
April 9, 2019
Fremont Township has remained open to service our residents in need. The requests to use our food pantry have doubled in the last month.

Many of you ask what you can do to help? We are in need of size 5 and 6 diapers.
Our food needs are taco shells, sloppy joe mix, tea, coffee, juice, hot cocoa, baking mixes, oil, jello and pudding.

We are thankful for the monetary donations to our food pantry and also for the donations of food. We have received donations through Instacart and also Amazon.

Financial donations may be made to Fremont Township Food Pantry, 22385 Route 60, Mundelein, Illinois. 60060.

If you are aware of Fremont Township residents in need of our food pantry, please have them call us at 847 223-2847.

Our community is always so supportive when they have neighbors in need. Thank you to everyone for your contributions!
Good Things From Mundelein
Chloe from Mundelein has been all over the news! Listen to this catchy song! Just click the arrow.
words and music by Chloe Langford and Paul Langford
Chloe Langford: Vocal, euphonium, ukelele, trombone
Paul Langford: all track programming
Cassidy Langford: triangle
Sign Up For LiHeap
With so many layoffs, we want you to be aware of this program. Do you know Fremont Township residents that meet his criteria? The gross income is for the past 30 days.
A grant is put on their utility bill. Please have them call Nancy at 847 223-2847.
Household Size
Gross Monthly Income
National Domestic Violence Hotline
If you, or someone you care about, are feeling unsafe at home during this time you can visit the National Domestic Violence Hotline or call 1-800-799-7233 . More Information
Township Annual Town Meeting Postponed
By law, all townships must hold an annual town meeting. The meeting was scheduled for April 14 at 7 pm, but due to the Governor's Executive order, it will be delayed to a further date.
Lake County Sheriff’s Office Non-Emergency Reporting
The Lake County Sheriff’s Office has a new online system for reporting non-emergency incidents. If you live in an unincorporated area or a village where the sheriff’s office provides police services, please use  this online portal  to report non-emergency incidents. After making a report, a deputy will contact you within 24-48 hours to further discuss the matter.  
Childcare for Essential Workers
The State of Illinois has launched a new resource to connect essential workers to childcare.    Effective on April 1, all essential workers in health care, human services, essential government services, and essential infrastructure now qualify for the state’s program. This includes people working as doctors, nurses, hospital staff, grocery store clerks and food producers.  
If you are an essential worker and need help finding childcare, c all 888-228-1146, or use the  COVID-19 Emergency Provider Search
Looking to Volunteer?
Volunteers are needed to serve meals to the homeless, deliver meals to seniors, provide general office support, and much more. Both telework and in person volunteer opportunities exist. 
Interested volunteers are asked to complete an online registration form that asks for contact information, areas of interest and times of availability, in order to appropriately match volunteers with organizations in need of assistance. 
Message From Com Ed
  Please encourage your residents to conduct regular business with ComEd 24/7 using  .  With our website, it's easy to: 

We also encourage customers to conduct business with us through the ComEd mobile app, where they can view and pay their bill, report an outage, and register for alerts. For more information, visit .
If customers are struggling to pay their energy bill, they should contact ComEd as soon as possible at 800-334-7661 or visit , for financial assistance programs and flexible payment options. These offerings can help reduce budget strain for eligible customers, particularly during this time when some customers face unforeseen circumstances.
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If you need to contact me, please call the office at 847 223-2847 or my cell at 847 833-1019.
Diana O'Kelly
Fremont Township Supervisor   
Donate Diapers to Fremont Township
We accept diaper donations for children and adults. If you have diapers you are no longer in need of, please consider donating them to Fremont Township. We do accept open bags.

If you are aware of Fremont Township residents in need of diapers,( children or adult) please have them contact our office at 847 223-2847.
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Next Board Meeting will be virtual
Tuesday, April 14, at 6:30 pm