Home

     5/4/2022

Taxing Times

Lake County property tax bills in the mail

Lake County Property Tax bills are being mailed May 2nd and should be received by the end of the week.  The bill is payable in two equal installments. The first due date is June 6 and the second installment is due September 6.  Please note, Lake County residents receive a single tax bill for both installments.

Property owners who DO NOT receive a bill, or those looking for payment options, can obtain this by calling the Treasurer’s Office at 847-377-2323 or information is online at address noted below.

Payment options

Payments can be mailed to Lake County Treasurer’s Office 18 N. County St., Waukegan, 60085.  The Treasurer’s Office accepts payments online by credit card or eCheck. In 2021 the eCheck payment option is free.  Additionally, many local banks accept tax payments.

The bills are based on tax year 2021 property assessments, taxes are payable in 2022.  Keep in mind, tax bills are based on the assessment of your property that took place last year and the appeal process has already passed. By law, only factual errors can be corrected once the bills go out, changes can not be made for market valuation issues.

Holly Kim, Lake County Treasurer’s Office

The Lake County property records search has a wealth of information and links to the Treasurer’s Office and Clerk’s Office (link below).  The tax bills will be available online Monday May 2rd. A reminder set the tax year to 2021 when searching or trying to print a tax bill.

The Treasurer’s Office has a wealth of information including payment options

Check your Exemptions

Exemptions reduce taxes.  An exemption reduces the taxable value of your home.  The most common exemptions are: General Homestead, Senior Homestead, Senior Assessment Freeze and Home Improvement Exemption.  On the bottom right side of the tax bills is the computation ladder.  Look for the deductions applied in this area.  Please contact my office if you believe you are missing as exemption.

Office is Open

Lake Villa Township Assessor’s Office is open to the public.  We are able to assist residents during normal business hours.  Additionally, taxpayers can phone or email regarding assessment, real estate taxes and exemption questions.

  • Phone: 1-847-356-2383
  • Email: Assessor@LakeVillaAssessor.org

Links

Lake Villa Township Assessor’s page “Taxes”

  • Assessment and Spending Comparisons, informative articles

www.LVAssessor.org

 Lake County Website for Property Information

  • Assessment, Real Estate Taxes, and Property Tax Extension data

http://www.tax.lakecountyil.gov

Jeffrey A. Lee
37850 N. IL Rte. 59
Lake Villa, IL 60046

Phone: 847-356-2383
Email: Assessor@lakevillaassessor.org

Office Hours: Monday – Friday 8:00 am to 4:00 pm