Office phone: 217-762-2061
Water Plant Operator
If your subdivision would like a library
Sangamon Township has offered recycling supported by taxes to the residents for over 25 years. By promoting Reduce Reuse, Recycle, our communities support a greener planet.
October 15 & 16, 2021 at Township Shed
Friday, October 15 - 8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Saturday, October 16 - 8:00 a.m. - Noon
If your subdivision would like to have a library, please contact Kathleen Piatt
The Road/Highway Commissioner is in charge of all the roads of the township including their improvement, maintenance and snow removal. Sangamon Township has 107 miles of road. The commissioner is also responsible for maintenance and repair of all township equipment. He must keep records of road money received, expended and the balance. The commissioner files a yearly report to the township board within 30 days of the annual town meeting.
The Township Assessor is required to uniformly assess properties at a level of 33 1/3% (one third) of market value. The assessor does not decide how many dollars are collected in taxes, instead their work will decide how the property tax burden is distributed among all property owners.
Each property will have a property record card which is maintained at the County Assessor’s office located in the Piatt County Court House in Monticello. This card includes information such as the lot size, a sketch of the real property, and typically photos of the improvements. When buildings are constructed, the assessor will conduct an inspection with an ultimate goal of determining the “value” of the property, and then assign an assessed value, which will be the basis to determine that properties proportion of the tax burden. Changes to properties are monitored through building permits, sales listing information, and neighborhood inspections.
Assessments are equalized to a median level of 33 1/3% on an annual basis, and a General Reassessment is required every four years to maintain or increase assessment uniformity in each neighborhood. Assessments increase or decrease within a neighborhood based on the three prior years' sales. If necessary, assessment changes are made within a neighborhood based on style, location, or other criteria.
Recycling Guidelines - Sangamon Township residents use ONLY
Recycle company has to open and remove the contents by had so please abide by the following rules to continue to proved this valuable service.
Only these materials are accepted:
Cardboard - please flatten all boxes
#1 & #2 Plastics ONLY - Remove lids
NO PLASTIC BAGS ARE ALLOWED!
Located at the Township Shed
At the Township Shed for Sangamon Township Residents Only. Please be prepared to show proof of residence
Suggested donation of:
$10.00 per small pickup
$20.00 per large pickup truck
$10.00 per small trailer
$20.00 per large trailer
$75.00 per farm truck
Additional donations can/will be charged at the discretion of the Township Officials
Refrigerators, Air Conditioners and vehicles batteries are accepted, but MUST be separated from other waste
Questions may be directed to:
Supervisor Kathleen Piatt 217 722-1891
Clerk Kevin Duff 217 687-5163
Highway Commissioner Larry Sebens 217 840-2277
PASS THE WORD TO YOUR SANGAMON TOWNSHIP NEIGHBORS!!
For Leaks, Billing Questions or to reach the office call or text 217-621-3962. Contact us before you did and we are a member owned corporation.
Board of Directors
Steve Harper - President
Ray Spencer - Vice President
Cara Nightlinger - Secretary/Treasurer
Stuart Harper - Director
Conrad Ruiz - Director
Janette Porter - Director
Open Position - Director
Open Position - Alt. Director