Libertyville and Fremont
Township will be
receiving their assessment notices in the month of
August. Other Lake
will be receiving their assessment notices over the next few months. Taxpayers
are encouraged to discuss their questions regarding their property
assessment valuation with their local township assessor's office.
Remember that you only have 30 days from the
publication date to appeal your property assessment valuation. Libertyville Township homeowners appeal
filing deadline is September 13 and Fremont Township
homeowners appeal filing deadline is September 20.
residents understand their assessments, the Chief County Assessment
Office is holding a series of Tax Assessment Help Centers. There will be
14 Tax Assessment Help Centers in Grayslake, Vernon Hills and Waukegan during the
months of August through October. If you feel you may be over assessed or
need help Understanding Your
Property Assessment, mark your calendar and attend a Tax Assessment Help
At the Tax Assessment Help Centers, Chief County
Assessment Office staff will work with taxpayers to assist them in
understanding the assessment valuation process, their new property tax
assessment, and their options in assessment valuation appleals.
The first two help centers will take place August 18
and August 19:
Wednesday, August 18 5
- 8 p.m.
of Lake County, Grayslake Room 111
Thursday, August 19, 4 - 7 p.m.
Administration Building - 7th Floor, Waukegan
"When property assessment notices are
distributed, many residents often do not understand what the assessment
notice means or how they should evaluate their property tax valuation. We
want to answer questions and provide property owners an opportunity to
learn about how their property assessment valuation is determined, their
role in the tax process and how to evaluate the appropriateness of a
property's assessed value," explained Chief County Assessment
Officer Marty Paulson.
Chief County Assessment Office - 847.377.2050