Hey, here’s our frequent and friendly reminder that the first installment of Kane County property tax bills are due June 1. You can find out more about how and where to pay your bill in this article and you can check out your property tax bill online on this page.
Beginning June 2, Kane County’s very popular Property Tax Workshops will be held in the Auditorium of Building A of the Kane County Government Center, 719 S. Batavia Avenue in Geneva. Additional workshops are scheduled for June 16, July 2, July 21, Aug. 4, Aug. 18, Sept. 1, and Sept. 15. All will begin at 6 p.m. in the same location. Click here for more information.
- Help taxpayers understand how property taxes work, including how government spending affects property taxes.
- Dispel myths about assessments and their relationship with property taxes.
- Explain the assessment complaint process, and provide the necessary forms and rules for filing complaints.
- Provide an opportunity for taxpayers to make sure they have all homestead exemptions to which they are entitled.
The workshops are not forums to discuss any specific individual assessments; these questions are best directed to the assessor of the township in which the property is located.
Taxpayers and practitioners (attorneys, appraisers, brokers and other professionals) are welcome to attend.
For more information, call the Board of Review office at (630) 208-3818.
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.
- FAQ page on the Kane County Clerk’s Office website
- Your Tax Bills Are Coming!
- Relevant Tax Statistics
- Top 10 Kane County Taxpayers
- Estimate of Average Property Tax Bill by Township
- Where Your Property Tax Money Goes, Where It Comes From
Tax Bill FAQ Series
- First in Series: Did My School District Hold Its Levy Flat?
- Second in Series: My Assessed Value Declined; Why Did My Tax Bill Go Up?
- Third in Series: What Will Happen If I Don’t Pay My Property Taxes?
- Fouth in Series: Which Cities/Villages Held Levies Flat? Which Didn’t?