Town Hall is located at

16 N. 4th street
P.O. Box 667
Chatsworth, Illinois 60921


(815) 635-3095

Hours of operation are:

Monday - Friday:
8:00 am - 12:00 pm
1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Closed on the following Holidays:

New Year's Day
Good Friday
Memorial Day
Independence Day
Labor Day
Veteran's Day
Thanksgiving Day
Friday after Thanksgiving
Christmas Day

History of Chatsworth Illinois

This is one of the oldest photos ever taken of Chatsworth.
Notice the TP&W depot is blocking what is 4th Street. It was later moved to the west to open up that street.

Below you will find links to web sites featuring Chatsworth history. Also links to what are considered our three local cemeteries.
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by Jim Saathoff Bob Saathoff
Tacoma, WA Scottsdale, AZ
Mary Runyon Hanshew
Chatsworth, Il


Chatsworth-Charlotte Cemetery
      At Find-A-Grave
 St. Patrick's Cemetery
     At Find-A-Grave  


Germanville Cemetery
  At Find-A-Grave

Home of the Famous Chatsworth Wreck
Read about it here.
Off site-will open in a new window


Sesquicentennial 2017 In photos

Sesquicentennial Parade

Sesquicentennial Events

We love our Bluebirds!!

Governor Proclaims May 4 as "Bluebird Project Day"

Mayor Richard Runyon at far left attends event in Springfield
Chatsworth Proclaimed "Bluebird Capital of Illinois"


For anyone wanting to honor a family member or friend who served in the military, the banners are $200 each. Donations to the Citizens Advisory Board pays for the hardware to hang them. They have become great gifts for some families. Anyone wishing to purchase a banner may contact the Town Hall or Mayor Richard Runyon at