Assessor’s Office News
The assessor’s office has compiled tax extension data from the county clerk’s website to better help you understand your tax bill. If you have any questions we encourage you to call our office or explore the county’s website which has a great deal of information on how our bill is calculated.
Tax Spending Graph by School District & Municipality
Tax bills were mailed out on May 1, 2017. The first installment is due June 6, 2017 and the second installment will be due September 6, 2017. For more information on how to pay your bill please visit the Lake County Treasurers website. Your tax bill is made up of rates which represent the budgets of various units of local government. Our office has put together information on these rates to help you better understand where your tax dollars are going. If you would like more information on the rates in your tax district, The Count Clerk has put a lot of resources on their website for you to research.
The Assessor’s roll in the tax cycle is valuation of property. We do not issue your tax bill. If you feel your house has any errors in its assessment or if you feel that you are missing an exemption please contact our office so we can make corrections. You cannot appeal your tax year 2016 assessment at this time. Tax year 2017 notices will be mailed later this summer and you will have 30 days from publication to appeal your assessment. We can currently only fix errors for tax year 2016 assessments.