Building on 100 Years of Vital Human Services!
River Forest Township is celebrating its 100th anniversary this year! Our Township funds and supports necessary human services to River Forest seniors, youth, and residents with mental health needs. The Assessor's office, providing advocacy and information to taxpayers, is also an integral part of our Township.
In April 1917, River Forest (population 3000) voted by referendum to create its own township, thereby separating from Proviso Township. The RF Village Board passed the necessary resolution in June, and the Cook County Board formally approved the new River Forest Township in October 1917.
Watch for news & events in 2017 as we build on 100 years of vital human services!
River Forest Township continues to develop an enhanced "communications look" in commemoration of its 100th anniversary, in order to more clearly convey the services and value which we provide to our residents. Click here for the new River Forest Township flier.
Safe Disposal of Prescription and Over-the-Counter Medications
Safely dispose of unused or expired medications in the secure box in the basement of RF Village Hall, 400 Park Avenue. Pills/tablets only. No liquids/creams/hazardous items; no loose items. Pills can be disposed of in bulk in re-closeable plastic bags.
This safe action helps the environment and gets potentially dangerous medications out of your home. The program is sponsored by the Cook County Sheriff's Department and is hosted by the RF Fire Department.
Click here for more details
Pace Bus Route 318 Converting to "Posted-Stops-Only" Operation
Pace Bus Route 318, which runs on North and Harlem Avenues in River Forest, is converting to a "posted-stops-only" operation. Pace customers will be able to get on and off the bus only where bus stop signs are posted. This is being done for improved safety and efficiency. Signs are in the process of being installed. Click here for a list of all posted stops on Route 318.
River Forest stops are highlighted.