Because the Kane County Board gave property taxpayers an extra month to pay the first installment of property taxes due to the COVID-19 emergency, it might be easy to forget that your second installment due date is coming up fast.
Kane County Treasurer David Rickert is sending a reminder to taxpayers that the second installment of property tax is due Sept. 1.
If you are a new or existing homeowner and need a copy of the bill to remit payment, you may print off a bill from the Internet by visiting KaneCountyTreasurer.org or by contacting the Treasurer’s Office at 630-232-3565.
How To Make a Payment
Taxpayers can make payment by:
- Mailing the payment to the Treasurer’s Office. Mail postmarked by Sept. 1 is considered on time.
- Dropping the payment off in the property tax drop box, which is available 24 hours a day. The drop box is located behind Building A at the Government Center, 719 South Batavia Ave., Geneva.
- Make payment at a participating Kane County Bank. List available at KaneCountyTreasurer.org.
- Pay over the Internet by E-check. (This service is free.)
- Pay over the Internet by credit/debit card. (Please note there is a convenience fee for this service.)
At Rickert’s suggestion, the County Board waived the interest payment for the first installment of your property taxes usually due June 1, extending the deadline to July 1. That action did not change the payment deadline for the second installment.