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NOTICE

 

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Unpaid Kane County Property Taxes are now considered delinquent. Tax Sale will be conducted on February 1, 2021.

 

 Payments must be received in our office by close of business, 4:30 P.M., on Friday, January 29, 2021.  

​Postmarks cannot be honored.  You are encouraged to hand deliver your payment during office hours.

 

The Drop Box at the Government Center cannot accept delinquent payments.

 

Online payments will end on Friday, January 22, 2021, at 5:00 P.M., CST.

 

For payments after Friday, January 22, 2021, and on or before January 29, 2021:

 Personal, Business and Corporate checks can no longer be accepted.

Payments must be made by Cashier's Check, Money Order or cash.

  • ​Credit card and debit card payments will also be accepted; however, a 2.35% service fee will apply.

 

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Duties of the Kane County Treasurer

The County Treasurer has the duty and power to receive and safely keep the revenue and public monies of the County. The County Treasurer must keep an account of all monies received. The County Treasurer also keeps accounts of all monies paid out, stating the time, to whom payment is made, and on what account payment has been made. The County Board must authorize all payments, or they must be specifically authorized by law. It is also the duty of the County Treasurer to invest and reinvest any funds which are not to be used within 30 days. The County Collector is charged by the County Clerk to collect all of the taxes levied by approximately 270 local taxing bodies within Kane County. Upon receipt of the collector books from the County Clerk, the County Collector prepares tax bills for real estate taxes within the County and mails them to owners of record. Distribution of tax receipts is made at least monthly to the various taxing districts during the collection period. Along with the collection of real estate taxes, the County Treasurer also collects the Mobile Home Local Service Tax and administrates for the Department of Revenue the Senior Citizens real estate tax deferral program.

Kane County Treasurer