In most previous years, assessment changes by township came in one, two, three or four at a time.
But this year, property tax assessment changes will be published for no less than 10 townships on a single day: Thursday, July 15. 2021.
According to a news release from the Kane County Supervisor of Assessments Office, the 2021 assessment changes for property are being published for the following townships and publications:
- The Batavia Township assessment changes will be published in the Kane County Chronicle.
- The Big Rock Township and Sugar Grove Township assessment changes will be published in The Aurora Beacon-News.
- The Blackberry Township, Kaneville Township, and Virgil Township assessment changes will be published in today’s Elburn Herald.
- The Dundee Township, Hampshire Township, Plato Township, and Rutland Township assessment changes will be published in the Fox Valley Daily Herald.
The final filing deadline to file a complaint for property tax assessments in these townships has been set for Aug. 16, 2021.
- CLICK THIS LINK TO VIEW ALL 2021 ASSESSMENT CHANGE PUBLICATIONS.
- CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE ABOUT ASSESSMENT COMPLAINTS.
Property Tax Equalization
After all revisions and corrections by each township assessor were applied, each non-farm property in the township was equalized by applying a factor as follows:
- 1.0196 in Batavia Township;
- 1.0354 in Big Rock Township;
- 1.0240 in Blackberry Township;
- 1.0230 in Dundee Township;
- 1.0000 in Hampshire Township;
- 1.0357 in Kaneville Township;
- 1.0183 in Plato Township;
- 1.0262 in Rutland Township;
- 1.0218 in Sugar Grove Township; and
- 1.0367 in Virgil Township.
To obtain assessment information about a property in any township, call your local township assessor’s office or visit the township assessor’s website.
- CLICK HERE TO SEE A LIST OF TOWNSHIP ASSESSOR’S OFFICES IN KANE COUNTY, INCLUDING ADDRESSES, PHONE NUMBERS AND WEBSITE LINKS.
Assessment changes for Aurora, Burlington, Campton, Elgin, Geneva, and St. Charles townships have not yet been published. As of today, no final filing deadline has been established for these townships.
The Kane County Board of Review offers a series of short videos to assist taxpayers who are thinking about filing an assessment complaint with the board. Click this link to view assessment complaint videos.
For additional information about property assessments, visit the Kane County Assessment Office website or call 630-208-3818 during regular business hours. Click here to visit the Kane County Supervisor of Assessments website.
SOURCE: Kane County Supervisor of Assessments news release