Kane County property tax prepayment forms are available on the Kane County Treasurers Office website, and the deadline to submit a prepayment is Dec. 31.
In order to prepay your tax bill in Kane County, you have to do it by 4 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 31, and the form and payment have to be physically delivered to the Kane County Treasurer’s Office. You can’t mail it, email it or send it in electronically.
To submit the prepayment, fill out the form and remit payment to the Kane County Treasurer.
The Kane County Treasurer’s Office is located in Building A on the Kane County Government Center campus, 719 S. Batavia Ave., Geneva.
For more information, visit the Kane County Treasurer’s Office website or call 630-232-3565.
Kane County Prepayment FAQs
How much can you prepay?
Up to the amount you paid in 2019 (2018 tax bill), rounded down to the nearest $100. For example, if you paid $7,298 in property taxes this year, you would prepay $7,200 for the tax bill payable in 2020.
How do you prepay?
Write a check to Kane County Treasurer, and deliver it in person along with the filled-out application form.
Remember to round down the amount to the nearest $100.
To reach the Kane County Treasurer’s Office by phone, call 630-232-3565.
When to prepay by?
Payment must arrive at the Treasurer’s Office between Dec. 1, 2019, and Dec. 31, 2019. The Treasurer’s Office hours are 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday, except holidays.