2019 Elgin Township Assessments

• September 9th, 2019 – 2019 Assessment Notices mailed

• September 11th, 2019 – 2019 Assessments published in the Elgin Courier News

• October 11th, 2019 – Deadline for filing an Assessment Complaint for Elgin Township

  • Click Here – To print a copy of the 2019 Residential/Farm Assessment Complaint Form
  • Click Here – To print a copy of the 2019 Commercial/Industrial Assessment Complaint Form
  • Click Here – To review and/or print the Rules and Procedures for Filing an Assessment Complaint

For more information about filing a complaint or additional forms, please visit the Kane County Assessment Office’s website at www.kanecountyassessments.org.

You can also contact the County office at:

719 S Batavia Avenue
Building C
Geneva, IL 60134

phone: (630)208-3818
fax: (630)208-3824

Monday -Friday (closed holidays)
8:30 am – 4:30 pm

For questions about assessed values, call the Elgin Township Assessor at (847) 741-5110 or reference the information available on this website.

 

Kane County 2018 payable 2019 Tax Bills

Click Here to enter a parcel number (PIN) or an address to view/pay the current tax bill.

  • May 1st, 2019 – Tax Bills will be mailed
  • June 3rd, 2019 – First Installment Due
  • September 3rd, 2019 – Second Installment Due

The tax bill can be paid:

    • by mail

 

    • at the Kane County Government Center in Geneva (a 24-hour drive-up payment drop box is located behind building A)

 

    • at some banks in Kane County – Click Here for a list of participating banks

 

  • via the Treasurer’s website (see link above), which accepts e-checks and credit card payments with a convenience fee.

For questions about how tax rates are developed, call the Kane County Clerk at (630) 232-5964 or visit KaneCountyClerk.org.

For questions about tax bills or payments, call the Kane County Treasurer at (630) 232-3565 or visit KaneCountyTreasurer.org

For questions about exemptions, call the County Assessment Office at (630) 208-3818 or visit KaneCountyAssessments.org.

For questions about assessed values, call the Elgin Township Assessor at (847) 741-5110 or reference the information available on this website.

 

2019 Senior Assessment Freeze Exemption
Forms Have Been Mailed

To qualify for the Senior Freeze, at least one of the owners of your household must be 65 or older by December 31, 2019 AND you have a total household income no greater than $65,000 in 2018.

 

Elgin Township Assessor’s Office can assist seniors with completing the Senior Freeze Homestead Exemption forms.

Seniors can visit our office at 729 S. McLean Blvd. Elgin, 60123 any time between the office hours of 8am – 4pm, no appointment necessary.

Members of our staff are also able to notarize the form.

Forms have been mailed to all homeowners currently receiving a Senior Homestead Exemption.

These forms are also available at the Elgin Township Assessor’s office.

Additionally, they can be found at www.kanecountyassessments.org under “Forms” or can be requested by contacting the Kane County Assessment Office at:

719 S Batavia Ave – Building C
Geneva, IL 60134
630.208.3818

 

**Income level for the Senior Freeze has increased to $65,000**

Please Bring:

    • 2019 Senior Citizen Assessment Freeze Homestead Exemption Form (we have forms available in our office also)
      • 2018 Federal Income Tax Return Form 1040 or 1040A** for ALL members in the household

     

    • Photo ID – Driver’s License or State ID

NEW REQUIREMENTS: Starting in 2017, taxpayers must include proof of qualifying income:

    • If you file a Federal Tax Return, you MUST include a copy of BOTH PAGES of IRS Form 1040 for all persons who live on the property; and

 

    • Schedule 1, if applicable; and

 

    • If any tax return income includes a deduction or a loss, you MUST include a copy of Schedules C, D, E, or F, as applicable;

 

    • If you or another member of the household is not required to file a federal tax return, then you MUST include a copy of your SSA-1099 and all 1099 forms for annuities, 401Ks, other pensions, interest income, rental income, life insurance dividends, etc.

 

  • If the County receives an application without these documents, the application will NOT be processed.