Hanover Township

Cook or Collar Township


Data year



$3 million

Total expenditure


Median salary


With a population of 101k, Hanover Township is classified as Large. It is larger than 60.00% of Cook or Collar Township populations in Illinois.

The median salary in Hanover Township is higher than 84.00% of Cook or Collar Township median salaries in Illinois.

Hanover Township spent more on payroll in 2017 than 92.00% of other employers in the Cook or Collar Township category.

The highest spending department in Hanover Township is the Senior Services, with an annual payroll expenditure of $905,894.

Employees View all (104)

Top earners in Hanover Township

Name Position Department Salary
James C Barr Township Administrator Hanover Township Administrative Services $139,256
John J Parquette Director Of Youth & Family Services Hanover Township Youth & Family Services $94,712
Steve G Spejcher Director Of Facilities And Road Maintenance Hanover Township Facilities And Road Maintenance $89,049
Tracey N Colagrossi Director Of Senior Services Hanover Township Senior Services $88,332
Mary Jo Imperato Director Of Welfare Services Hanover Township Welfare Services $83,213

Data year: 2017 (Source)

Departments View all (13)

Top-spending departments in Hanover Township

Department Number of employees Median salary Total expenditure
Senior Services 28 $32,353 $906k
Youth & Family Services 31 $26,034 $807k
Administrative Services 6 $61,706 $370k
Facilities And Road Maintenance 7 $42,069 $294k
Community Health 4 $43,963 $176k

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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