$1.286 Billion to Be Collected in Kane County Property Taxes This Year
- Editor’s Note: This is the second in a series of articles on Kane County Connects regarding the 2016 property tax bill that’s payable in 2017. Tax bills will be available on the Kane County Treasurer’s Office website starting April 26 and sent out to Kane County residents starting April 28, 2017.
- NOTE: This article was updated from a previous version to add corrected chart information.
The number alone kind of blows your mind: $1.286 billion.
That’s the amount of real estate taxes that will be collected in Kane County this year on 193,692 parcels of property.
One small piece of good news in this year’s “relevant tax statistics” is that the “average bill” in Kane County went up by about 1 percentage point, according to the following chart provided by the Kane County Treasurer’s Office.
The average bill for taxes payable in 2017 is $6,642.96 — about $68.52 higher than the average bill payable in 2016.
Relevant Tax Statistics
The number of parcels in Kane County went up by 644 — generally more good news for the “average” taxpayer because a higher number of parcels means the tax burden is more spread out.
Of that $1.286 billion collected, the biggest chunk will go to local school districts. The pie chart we’re embedding below gives you a pretty good idea of the proportions.
Next in the series: Top 10 Kane County Taxpayers. Can you guess who, what and where they might be?
For More Information
- For questions about exemptions or appeals, call the County Assessment Office at 630-208-3818 or visit KaneCountyAssessments.org.
- For questions about how tax rates are developed, call the Kane County Clerk at (630) 232-5964 or visit KaneCountyClerk.org.
- For questions about tax bills or payments, call the Kane County Treasurer at (630) 232-3565 or visit KaneCountyTreasurer.org.
Read the Series
- Wednesday: Property Tax Bills Will Be On Website April 26
- Today: Relevant Tax Statistics
- Friday: Top 10 Kane County Taxpayers
- Monday: Estimate of Average Property Tax Bill by Township
- Tuesday: Where Your Property Tax Money Goes, Where It Comes From