Second Installment property tax bills due August 1, 2016

July 2016 - Tax Year 2015 second installment property tax bills are on there way to property owners throughout Cook County.  The due date for the Tax Year 2015 real estate tax bill is Monday, August 1, 2016.

Second installment tax bills are where all the action takes place.  Changes in assessed value and taxpayer exemptions are calculated into second installment tax bills.

Contact the Stickney Township Assessor's Office for more information.

info@stickneytownshipassessor.com

County Assessor closes Stickney Township for appeal

July 2016 - The filing deadline for Tax Year 2016 (payable in 2017) property tax appeals at the County Assessor's Office has passed.

Township property owners will have a second opportunity to file an assessed valuation complaint with the County Board of Review later this year.  Residential property owners can still pre-file their 2016 appeal through the Stickney Township Assessor's Office.

Taxpayers who are receiving the Senior Freeze exemption do not need to file an appeal.  Homeowners never need to hire an attorney or consultant to file an assessed valuation complaint.

Tax Year 2016 is the final year of the triennial tax cycle.  Any reduction granted through an appeal will be good for one year only.  All property in Stickney Township will be re-assessed for Tax Year 2017.

Contact the Stickney Township Assessor's Office for more information. 

info@stickneytownshipassessor.com

Stickney Township opens for appeal

June 2016 - The County Assessor has opened Stickney Township for appeal for Tax Year 2016 (payable in 2017).  Property owners within the township will have until June 23, 2016, to file an assessed valuation complaint.

Exemption Application period over for Tax Year 2015

May 2016 - The deadline to apply for any Taxpayer Exemptions for Tax Year 2015 has passed.

Residential taxpayers will have to apply for a Certificate of Error to recover any missed exemptions.  Homeowners never need to hire an attorney or consultant to recover any missed exemptions.