Frankfort Township Animal Control


The Frankfort Township Animal Control Officer, Karen Zobjeck, is on duty Monday - Friday 8am - 4pm.

After hours, weekends and holidays the messages are checked. Should an emergency arise during these times, contact your local police department and leave a message for the Animal Control Department.

The Animal control inpound facility is regularly maintained after hours, weekends and holidays.

The Animal Control Officer has support from local police departments on all animal incidents and complaints. She will address all complaints regarding nuisance cats and dogs that are barking or running at large, as well as, enforce rabies vaccinations and ID tag registration. This includes the provision of the Frankfort Township Animal Control Ordinance.

Due to the ever-encroaching human population, wild animals are facing a serious "housing shortage." Clearing and construction on wooded vacant lots, marsh areas, fields, ect. makes it difficult for wild animals to survive in our area.

Some species such as skunks, raccoons, opossums, deer, squirrels, chipmunks, woodchucks, (groundhogs), Canadian geese, etc., have adapted well to living among humans and use them as a valuable resource for food, shelter, etc.

The Frankfort Township Animal Control Office is loacted at:

9434 W. La Porte Road
Mokena, Il 60448
815-469-4907 x 3712