Ela Town Hall 1155 E Il Route 22, Lake Zurich, IL60047 Ela Town Hall is the headquarters for Ela Township. Entering the building, you'll see the assessor's office to your…More right and the supervisor's office to your left. The clerk's office and social worker's office also are located in the building. The highway department is at another location within the township. The Ela Township Board of Trustees hold their public meetings in the building. A lending closet of hospital supplies in the basement contains wheelchairs, walkers and canes that township residents can borrow. The township also operates youth and senior programs at the Foglia YMCA, the Ela Historical Society, Knox Park and Knigge Park. The township boundaries include portions of Lake Zurich, Barrington, Deer Park, Hawthorn Woods, Kildeer, Long Grove, North Barrington and portions of unincorporated Palatine and Mundelein.
Ela Soccer Club 143 E Main Street, Lake Zurich, IL60047 The Ela Soccer Club is a nonprofit organization that has served the Lake Zurich community for more than 20 years. The…More organization maintains an office inside Main Street Sports Center on East Main Street. Play takes place at fields throughout the communities Ela Soccer Club serves, which include Lake Zurich, Kildeer, Deer Park, North Barrington, Long Grove and others in Ela Township. Roughly 2,000 children are involved in Ela's recreational and competitive programs.
Ela Township Community Center 380 Surryse Rd, Lake Zurich, IL60047 The Ela Township Community Center offers activities to residents ages 55 and older, including classes, health and…More wellness, games, trips, special events and more. For more information, be sure to visit the website provided.
Ela Historical Society 95 E Main St, Lake Zurich, IL60047 The place to share and learn about and share your own knowledge about Lake Zurich and Ela Township history is the Ela…More Historical Society. Visitors can research information about their families or donate photos and memorabilia germane to the area. The small building that once served as the Ela Town Hall contains a library, displays, files, local research, books about local history to purchase and a meeting room on the second floor. One display features an old-fashioned school room complete with a notice seeking teachers for an annual paycheck of $150. The groups' meetings are open to the public. The historical society's first meeting was held in 1976 and there are currently 60 members.