Join Schaumburg Township for the following events:
If you know a veteran or you are a veteran and would like to be recognized for your service to our country, please fill out an application and return it to the Clerk’s Office with your DD-214 record.
C/o Veterans Honor Roll
1 Illinois Blvd.
Hoffman Estates, IL 60169-3314
All applications will be accepted and reviewed by our Veterans Honor Roll Committee. Applicants will be contacted by the Schaumburg Township Clerk’s Office by mail with a formal invite indicating a date and time of our next Veterans Honor Roll we would like you to attend.
All honorees are encouraged to bring family and friends to the evenings honor roll. Clerk Vinnedge and the Board of Trustees will introduce you by rank, name, military branch and years served. Please make sure your application is complete. The more information you can provide regarding your time in service would be helpful in formally honoring you for your service to our country.
You may request a copy of your DD-214 form by filling out form SF-180 Request for Military Records or visiting www.archives.gov.
Illinois residents may register to vote in person, online or by mail. The easiest way to register is to go to the state’s website and complete your application at: https://ova.elections.il.gov/
Election Day registration is offered in the State of Illinois. Voters are required to show two forms of ID, one with a current address, at their polling place. Voters may also update their voting information on Election Day.
Residents can find more information about upcoming elections, your polling place location, the ways to vote and more at the Cook County Clerk’s website.
Cook County residents may register to vote in person with a deputy registrar in the Schaumburg Township Clerk’s office.
If you have an Illinois driver’s license or state ID, you may register to vote online through the Illinois State Board of Elections website.
If you don’t have a driver’s license or State ID, you may fill out a form online, print, sign, and mail it in. Information about voting by mail in Cook County can be found here.
Items Accepted for Notarization at Schaumburg Township
The Township of Schaumburg will not notarize any document(s) involving a document of conveyance transferring or purporting to transfer title to residential real property located in Cook County (5ILCS 312/3-102). These items require a notarial record to be filed with the Cook County Clerk. The notary public is required to file all notarial records for residential real property with the Cook County Clerk and pay filing fee as well as keep such records filed for up to 7 years. Due to these requirements, the Township of Schaumburg has opted out of notarizing documents pertaining to Residential Real Property located in Cook County. We recommend all persons contact an attorney or title company to notarize these documents.
The State of Illinois prohibits a Notary Public from notarizing certain types of documents. A list of unacceptable items has been provided. This list may change depending on the items being presented.
The Township of Schaumburg provides free notary public service.
A list of acceptable items has been provided. This list may change depending on the items being presented.
*It is of the discretion of the Notary Public to make any exceptions to this list. If the item is not on the list of acceptable items, we can and will reserve the right to refuse notarization service.
The Department of Homeland Security has extended the deadline for Real ID enforcement because of the coronavirus pandemic. The new deadline is May 3, 2023. Real IDs can be obtained at an Illinois Secretary of State office. More information on the Real ID and what documentation to bring, please visit the Illinois Secretary of State’s office:
In September 2022, the Cook County Board of Commissioners repealed the Cook County Wheel Tax, which permanently ends the County’s vehicle registration fines and fees. The ordinance takes effect June 30, 2023. More information can be found here.
The Rabies and Microchip Clinic is held once a year, typically in the summer or fall. The 2023 event date is TBD at One Illinois Blvd, Hoffman Estates IL, 60169.
Owners must be Cook County residents and present a valid driver’s license or state ID. Pets must be at least three months old and will be served on a first-come-first-served basis. Owners will be given a vaccine certificate and can order a rabies tag post event here: cookcountyil.gov/service/rabies-vaccination-tags.
The Shred Day is held once a year, typically in spring or summer. The 2023 event date is TBD at One Illinois Blvd, Hoffman Estates IL, 60169.
Paper shredding is limited to four boxes or paper bags per vehicle (1 cubic ft. or 15 x 12 x 10). Boxes must be unsealed and plastic bags are not allowed. Paper clips, staples and rubber bands do not need to be removed. To conduct a contactless shredding, boxes or bags must be easily accessible in your vehicle’s trunk and residents should remain in their vehicles at all times. This a free event and available to Schaumburg Township residents only. Businesses will not be permitted at this event.
The Cook County Clerk’s Office is now offering the Cook County Military and Veterans Discount Card via mail.
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