Clerk’s Office: Find Out What You Need to Know About Delinquent Taxes
If you go to the home page of the Kane County Clerk’s Office website, you’ll see the icon of a hand holding a dollar bill along with the sugggestion: “Find out what you need to know about delinquent taxes.” If you’d like more information and contacts for property-tax-related issues, you can click the linked page that goes with that logo.
And if you want a really cool tool for property and tax information, click the scrolling link that says, “Visit Kane County’s new Property Tax Information Search website.”
Here’s some more info from the Clerk’s Office website:
Find out what you need to know about delinquent taxes.
The County Clerk’s Office is responsible for annually computing the property tax rates for all parcels of land within the county and the redemption of delinquent taxes as well as being the keeper of the records of tax information.
- Learn what to do if your taxes have been sold (Tax Bill Explanation).
- The Clerk’s Office calculates the tax rates for each unit of government in Kane County.
- Learn what to do if your mobile home taxes have been sold.
- Filing procedures.
- Procedure for certifying.
The Clerk’s Office can provide tax information for past years taxes.
- Glossary of terms and tax-related explanations.
For more information
- Visit: Kane County Clerk, 719 S. Batavia Ave, Building B, Geneva, IL 60134
- Call: (630) 232-5964, En Español llama (630) 232-5991
- Fax: (630) 232-5488
- Hours: 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday – Friday
Who to Contact
- Assessments: Township Assessor or County Supervisor of Assessments
- Assessment Complaints: Township Assessor or County Board of Review
- Budgets & Levies: Local units of government or County Clerk’s Tax Department
- Current Tax Bills/Collection: County Treasurer
- Circuit Breaker: Illinois Department on Aging
- Consumer Price Index: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics
- Delinquent Taxes/Redemptions: County Clerk’s Tax Department
- Equalized Assessed Valuation: Township Assessor or County Supervisor of Assessments
- Exemptions: County Supervisor of Assessments
- Forfeitures: County Treasurer
- Foreclosures: County Sheriff
- Mobile Home Registration County Clerk’s Tax Department
- Mobile Home Bills: County Treasurer
- Senior Citizen Tax Deferral Program: County Treasurer
- Tax Cap: County Clerk’s Tax Department
- Tax Rates: County Clerk’s Tax Department