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November 4, 2014 is General Election Voting Day!

Early Voting Period - Monday, October 20th – Sunday, November 2nd 

Campton Township Community Center, 5N082 Old LaFox Rd.is available for early voting 

For information on registering to vote or to volunteer to be an Election Judge, receive and Absentee Ballot, or other voting information contact the Kane County Clerk’s Website at http://www.kanecountyelections.org


Gail Borden Library Annexation Referendum

The Gail Borden Public Library District Board of Trustees is asking district residents and unserved voters living near their western boundary to, “become members of the library district.” Voters in four Campton Hills’ precincts (Campton Township Precincts #2, 4, and 5 as well as Plato Township Precinct #2 will be voting on this question. If a majority of voters vote “yes” in a precinct, combined with a majority of voters voting “yes” by the existing library district voters, the defined area will become part of the Gail Borden Library District. If approved, those affected would see a new line item on their 2015 tax bill titled “Gail Borden Library District” along with a tax. For a house assessed at $150,000 (multiply by 3 for an estimated resale value of the home), the tax would be approximately $240 annually. To see maps and learn more, log onto: http://gailborden.info/library-info/geographic-referendum

It is important that voters take the time to know whom they are electing, understand referenda, and exercise their right to vote.

Gail Borden Public Library Boundaries Map


 Elburn Fire Protection District Disconnection Referendum

A Citizen’s Petition has been circulated to, “disconnect certain territory from the Elburn & Countryside Fire Protection District and to add such territory to the Fox River & Countryside Fire Protection District.” The area included in the petition roughly covers the area north of Campton Hills Road, east of Anderson Road, south of the Great Western Trail (excluding some homes in the Hunters Hill Subdivision), and west of LaFox Road in addition to the area generally north of the Great Western Trail, west of the east line of the Windings Subdivision extended north to Burlington Road and lying east of the east line of Lily Lake. To be an informed voter consider the tax rates, the Insurance Services Offices, Inc. (ISO) rating of the fire districts, time to respond to calls for service, amount of equipment each district owns, auto aid and mutual aid agreements negotiated by each fire district, as well as the experience of employees. See the Village Website for a map of the area included.

Elburn Fire Protection District Disconnection Map


Village of Campton Hills Elections

  Would you like to get more involved in our local government
and become a decision maker?

Now is the time to circulate petitions for candidates interested in serving as
elected officials. On April 7, 2015 Village voters will be electing the
Village’s next Village President, Village Clerk and three Village Trustees.  

Click the links below for candidate documents and information
from the Illinois Board of Elections: 

Memo from John Strauss Interim Village Clerk
Statement of Candidacy, Loyalty Oath, Nomination Petitions
State of Illinois 2015 Candidates Guide
State of Illinois Election and Campaign Finance Calendar
  Village of Campton Hills Preservation Planning  

Because the Village of Campton Hills was only incorporated in 2007, the village has
not been able to write a Historic Preservation Ordinance into policy.
Currently, the Village of Campton Hills has an intergovernmental agreement
with Kane County allowing the Village to use the county’s ordinance.

This is the village’s first step toward preserving its historic resources.
While the village considers adopting its own ordinance it is recommended that
they look to the Kane County Historic Preservation Ordinance for guidance
and use until the Village can enact its own.

Below is a report on the history of our area and the resources we can use to preserve it.

Village of Campton Hills Preservation Planning Report


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Campton Hills Electricity
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