The 2017 assessment changes for property in Hampshire Township and Plato Township are being published tomorrow (June 30, 2017) in the Fox Valley Daily Herald. The final filing deadline for property in these two Townships has been set for July 31, 2017.
After all revisions and corrections by the township assessors were applied, each non-farm property in Hampshire Township was equalized with a factor of 1.0000 and each non-farm property in Plato Township as equalized with a factor of 1.0243. Click here to learn more about equalization factors.
- Assessment complaints for property in these townships must be filed by July 31, 2017; by state law, no assessment complaints for property in these townships can be accepted after this date. Click here to learn more about how to file assessment complaints.
- To obtain assessment information about a property in this these townships, call your township assessor’s office or visit your township assessor’s website. Click here to find contact information for any township in Kane County.
Filing Deadlines for Assessment Complaints
By state law, the last day that an assessment complaint may be filed is the close of business on the 30th day after publication in a local newspaper. The only exception is if the County Assessment Office is not open on the 30th day; in that instance, the deadline is automatically extended to the close of business on the next day the office is open.
Assessment changes in Hampshire and Plato townships are being published June 30; the final filing deadline for these Townships is July 31, 2017.
Assessment changes in Batavia and Big Rock townships were published on June 29; the final filing deadline for these townships is July 31, 2017.
Assessment changes for Aurora, Blackberry, Burlington, Campton, Dundee, Elgin, Geneva, Kaneville, Rutland, St. Charles, Sugar Grove, and Virgil townships have not yet been published; as of today, no final filing deadline has been established for these townships.
Learn How to File Assessment Complaints
The Kane County Board of Review is offering a series of short webinars to assist taxpayers who are thinking about filing an assessment complaint with the board.
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SOURCE: This is a reprint of information provided in the Kane Assessments Newsletter. To subscribe, click on this link.