Stickney Township opens again for appeal
September 2014 - The Cook County Board of Review will open Stickney Township for Tax Year 2014 appeals on September 18. Taxpayers will have until Friday, October 17, to file an assessed valuation complaint on their 2014 proposed assessment.
Residential property owners can file their own appeal online at the Cook County Board of Review website.
Contact the Stickney Township Assessor's Office for more information.
Property Tax Outreach for Stickney Township
September 2014 - The Cook County Board of Review and the Stickney Township Assessor's Office will conduct two Property Tax Outreach events for taxpayers in Stickney Township. This will be the final opportunity for taxpayers within Stickney Township to appeal their Tax Year 2014 proposed assessment.
Flood victims from Burbank are encouraged to bring their supporting documentation for consideration.
- Monday, September 22 @ 7:00 PM, at the Recreation Center (former Sokol Stickney building), 4131 Home Avenue, Stickney
- Thursday, September 25 @ 7:00 PM, at the Louis S. Viverito Senior Center, 7745 Leamington Avenue, Burbank
For more information contact the Stickney Township Assessor's Office.
Board of Review now accepting pre-filed 2014 appeals
August 2014 - The Cook County Board of Review is now accepting pre-filed assessed valuation complaints for Tax Year 2014. The Board of Review will process any pre-filed appeal once a township opens for filing during the 2014 session.
Individuals within Stickney Township may file a tax appeal online for their property during this pre-registration period. They also can file a complaint during the official 30 day filing period for the Township. The Board of Review will not accept appeals after the 30 day filing period has closed for Stickney Township.
Tax Year 2013 Second Installment tax bills due August 1
July 2014 - The Cook County Treasurer's Office has mailed out second installment property tax bills to property owners in Stickney Township. The tax bills have a due date of August 1, 2014.
Changes in assessed value and all exemptions are calculated into second installment tax bills. Taxpayers who did not receive, but were eligible for, exemptions can get an adjusted property tax bill through the Cook County Assessor's Office.