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The Sugar Grove Township Assessment Office is continuously updating Property Record Cards. You may receive a knock on your door from our Assessor and or Field Deputy to update pictures and property information of all Township properties. This does not necessarily mean that your assessment will be increased. Per Statute (35 ILCS 200/9-155) every property should be looked at every four years. If you have any questions please feel free to contact the Sugar Grove Assessment Office at 630-466-5255.
IMPORTANT NOTICE REGARDING PROPERTY TAX BILLS
KANE COUNTY TREASURER, Michael J. Kilbourne, MBA, announces that 2021 Kane County Real Estate tax bills, that are payable in 2022, will be mailed on April 29, 2022. The first installment will be due on or before June 1, 2022 and the second installment will be due on or before September 1, 2022.
Beginning at 12:00 Noon, on April 26, 2021, taxpayers may visit our website at www.KaneCountyTreasurer.org to view and print duplicate bills.
Taxpayers are encouraged to make payments in the following methods:
- Recommended - Online at KaneCountyTreasurer.org. There is no fee for an e-check payment. Please note there are convenience fees for credit card (2.35%) and debit card (1.15%) payments. We do not take over-the-phone payments.
- Recommended - Mailing your check, with the payment coupon, in the envelopes provided with your bill.
- Recommended - Placing your check payment with the payment coupon, in the envelopes provided, in our Drive-Up Payment Drop Box. The Drop Box is located behind Building A at the Kane County Government Center, 719 S. Batavia Ave., in Geneva. The Drop Box is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
- Many Kane County Banks will accept on-time payments at their facilities if accompanied with a payment coupon. Please find a list of participating banks at KaneCountyTreasurer.org.
- Payments may also be made at the Kane County Treasurer's office during regular business hours. ?
For specific information relating to your taxes please contact the County Clerks Tax Extension Office at 630.232.5964. Any questions related to the payment of taxes should be directed to the County Treasurer at https://www.kanecountytreasurer.org/ or 630-232-3565
** Please note that if you have received your property tax bill,
the time to file an appeal for that year's assessment has passed. **
The mission of the Township Assessor's office is to fairly and equitably assess the real property in the jurisdiction according to state statute.
The Assessor does not decide your property tax bill, which involves a completely different process. Your property is located in several different taxing districts. Not everyone has the same taxing districts, and your districts could be different from your neighbors'. Usually, the most expensive district will be for your local schools. Some people will have two school districts, one for the primary schools and one for the high schools. Each taxing district gets to ask for the amount of money it needs for the next year. In general, if they want more money than the previous year, they are limited to the rate of inflation, but there are some exceptions. When all of your taxing districts decide how much money they need, the County Clerk divides it among the property owners in your district.
Please feel free to use this FAQ guide (including the contact directory for school districts and municipalities) to answer questions about the 2021 (payable 2022) Kane County Property Tax Bills at Frequently Asked Questions
Please continue to call our office if you have any questions about your assessment. My staff will be glad to discuss them with you. You may reach us at 630.466.5255 from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Monday - Friday.
Curt John Karas, Assessor
If you need further assistance that cannot be found this website, please contact the office of the Assessor directly at 630-466-5255 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Assessor is responsible for assessing property at one-third of fair cash value with the exception of farmland, railroad or coal properties which are properties valued by the State of Illinois Department of Revenue. It is always encouraged and highly recommended to discuss your property assessment first and foremost with your local Assessor before ever filing with the Board of Review.
The Assessor is the only elected official with exception to your States’ Attorney that requires a formal education and 2-yr certification along with yearly continuing education and is working directly for you.
Curt John Karas, CIAO CPA MBA
54 Snow Street, P.O. Box 1138
Sugar Grove, IL 60554
Phone: (630) 466-5255
Fax: (630) 466-5253
Monday - Friday 8:00am - 4:00pm
(evening & weekend appointments welcome)
Township of Sugar Grove
Tom Rowe, Supervisor
54 Snow Street, P.O. Box 465
Sugar Grove, IL 60554
Phone: (630) 466-4283
Fax: (630) 409-3150
Tuesdays & Thursdays 8am - 4pm