REMINDER: Second Installment of 2013 Property Tax Due Sept. 2

Dave Rickert official headshot

It’s hard to believe, but the second installment of property taxes for this year is coming up quickly.

Kane County Treasurer David J. Rickert sent a reminder this week that the second installment of the 2013 (payable 2014) property tax bills will be due on Sept. 2, 2014.  Taxpayers can make payment by:

  • Mailing the payment, along with the payment coupon, to the Treasurer’s Office in the envelope provided;
  • Visiting one of the designated banks within Kane County on or before the due date (be sure to bring the payment coupon);
  • Visiting the Kane County Treasurer’s Office during regular business hours (8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday
    through Friday except holidays);
  • Depositing the payment with coupon in the property tax drop boxlocated behind Building A at the Government Center in Geneva (available 24 hours a day); or
  • Paying by credit card or e-check over the Internet; please note there are convenience fees for both of these services.

Additional information is available at or by telephone at (630) 232-3565.

It’s also probably a good idea to remind residents that now is the time to protest your assessment, if you’re inclined to do so.

The following townships are open for filing assessment complaints, and the following deadlines have been established for filing an assessment complaint:

  • Big Rock: August 1
  • Virgil: August 4
  • Dundee: August 7
  • RutlandAugust 11
  • Sugar GroveAugust 14
  • BlackberryAugust 18
  • Saint CharlesAugust 25
  • CamptonAugust 28
  • Geneva: August 28
The final filing deadline for property in Hampshire Township has passed; by state law, the Board of Review can no longer accept assessment complaints from this Township.
Assessment changes for Burlington, Plato, Elgin,Kaneville, Batavia, and Aurora townships have not yet been published; as of today (July 29, 2014), no filing deadline has been established for these townships.