Property Assessments Published May 22 For Hampshire, Plato Townships

Property Assessments Published May 22 For Hampshire, Plato Townships

  • Editor’s Note: An earlier version of this article incorrectly said the assessments were being published Monday. The correct information is below.

Property-tax assessments are being published Tuesday (May 22, 2018) for property in Hampshire and Plato townships.

The 2018 assessment changes are being published in the Daily Herald.

Tuesday’s publication means the final filing deadline for contesting the assessed value of your property is June 21, 2018. Click here to learn how to file an assessment complaint.

  • After all revisions and corrections by the township assessor 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 was equalized with a factor of 1.0000. Learn more about equalization factors.
  • Assessment complaints for property in these townships must be filed by June 21, 2018; by state law, no assessment complaints for property in these townships can be accepted after this date. Learn more about assessment complaints.
  • To obtain assessment information about a property in these townships, please call your township assessor’s office or visit your township assessor’s website. You can find the links to Hampshire Township and Plato Township offices at this Township Assessor Directory.

Filing Deadlines for Assessment Complaints

Again, assessment changes in Hampshire and Plato townships are being published Tuesday (May 22, 2018); the final filing deadline for these townships is June 21, 2018.

Assessment changes for Aurora, Batavia, Big Rock, 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.

New Property Tax Website

Kane County has a new tool that is especially helpful for people who are filing assessment complaints. The a state-of-the-art, property-tax information website provides tons of valuable information, including the recent sale prices of properties near you.

http://new.kanecountyconnects.com/2018/05/new-web-page-lets-you-see-your-property-pay-taxes-online/

SOURCE: This is a reprint of information provided in the Kane Assessments Newsletter. To subscribe, click on this link.