Jim Moustis, Township Supervisor
Frankfort Township is marking its 162nd anniversary this year as a truly local form of government. We are very service-oriented, providing more programs than ever for our 55,000-plus constituents over our vast area of villages and unincorporated neighborhoods. Residents in unincorporated areas rely on the range of services that Frankfort Township provides for them, including community activities and maintenance. Many of our functions are not available through municipalities or the county but we feel that they are important to sustaining a strong community.
For example, the Frankfort Township Food Pantry provides thousands of dollars worth of non-perishable food and grocery certificates to families who have nowhere else to turn and our PACE buses help our residents get around the township for shopping and other necessities. In the last year, we have also added medical vans for easier health care visits to doctor’s offices and seniors in the community can participate in a wide array of activities at the town hall.
Additionally, our Animal Control Program utilizes a network of sources to help locate cats and dogs that may have wandered away from home and an ongoing Mosquito Abatement Program protects residents from insects and their potentially dangerous viruses. The township also offers a Notary Public, voter registrars and early voting.
Frankfort Township does its best to provide great services for its residents and I’m very excited about the future of this township. I’ve lived here since 1972 and every year the community grows better and stronger. Take some time to explore our new website to discover what we can do for you.
Frankfort Township Supervisor