Tax bills are sent to you by the County Treasurer. They can be paid directly to the Treasurers office (by mail or in person), to your township collector except for the City of Peoria Township Collector, by credit card or to local banks that accept tax payments. Tax payments are due June 7th and September 7th.
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Partial payments are not accepted. You may pay one full installment by each due date or you may pay the entire amount by the first due date. If a payment is made after its respective due date, a penalty of 1.5% per month is added.
Make your check payable to the Peoria County Collector.
Notify the Supervisor of Assessments office in writing of the change. Use this downloadable change of address form. Mail the form to: Supervisor of Assessments 324 Main St. Room 301 Peoria, IL 61602.
The tax remains with the property regardless of ownership. To determine your liability for paying the tax, check your closing statement to see if the seller gave you credit, or contact your attorney.
Many mortgage companies pay electronically, and do not require a bill. We suggest that you contact your mortgage company to confirm this. A bill is mailed to you for your records. Do not pay this bill if you have an escrow. If in doubt, please contact your mortgage company.
Cash, checks, money orders and cashier checks are all accepted methods of payment. Please do not send cash when mailing your payment. Credit cards and electronic checks are accepted over the phone at 1-877-690-3729 or via the website and click on Pay Taxes. The Jurisdiction Code for Peoria County is 2305. A convenience fee based on the amount of your taxes will be charged for the use of this service and will be disclosed prior to the completion of your transaction. Credit cards and electronic checks are not accepted in the Treasurer's office.
The Jurisdiction Code for Peoria County is 2305.
Yes but there are terms and conditions. Click here to go to the Prepayment Program Peoria County offers.
No, this office does not report late tax payments to any credit bureau.
Call the Peoria County Clerk at 309-672-6059, and ask for a redemption amount. Make sure to have your parcel number handy.
A taxpayer has a right to appeal their property tax assessment for any reason. The burden of proof, however, will be on the taxpayer to prove why they should have their assessment changed. Just saying: "My taxes are too high" is not sufficient. Note also that three things may happen on appeal. 1) the tax may be raised; 2) it may be lowered; 3) it may remain the same. Contact the Board of Review at 309-672-6022 for further details.
Your Township Assessor can look up a parcel number by property address, or you can contact the Treasurers Office at 309/672-6065 opt #5. You can also look it up online here by your address. When entering your address less is more. Enter just your house number and the name of the street. If you enter too much or spell something out that is abbreviated in our system, the search will result in no findings.
Yes you can. Please make sure your math is correct and list the parcel numbers of the properties you are paying on your check. Include the correct coupon(s) for each payment you are making.
Your cancelled check is your receipt. In addition, if you include a self addressed stamped envelope we will send a receipt back.
We suggest that you call the Supervisor of Assessments office at 672-6910 to verify that you are receiving the exemptions for which you qualify. They can also answer any questions pertaining to your assessed valuation.
Failure to pay your taxes will allow them to be sold at the annual tax sale in November. After the sale takes place, additional penalties, interest (as much as 36% per year) and costs are added to the amount necessary to redeem your taxes through the County Clerks office. The state statutes control the legal responsibilities of the taxpayer and tax buyer. It is important to understand that at the tax sale your property is not being sold, only your delinquent taxes. In the event your taxes are sold, you will receive certified notice under the statute as to what actions you need to take. If you do not redeem your taxes in full at the end of the redemption period (usually 2-1/2 years), the tax buyer can actually acquire legal title to your property at that time.
Failure to receive a bill does not excuse you from your real estate obligation. You should immediately contact our office and we will furnish you a copy of the original bill. This needs to be done before the due dates to avoid penalties. You can also obtain a copy of your current tax bill online.
The Owner Occupied Exemption reduces the assessment up to a maximum of $6,000 above the base year assessment. The Owner must live in the dwelling. No application is required. There is no age or income requirement.
Pleasure Driveway PKD is another name for the Peoria Park District.
The 2021 tax sale will be held November 7, 2021. Delinquent notices will be sent out around October 10th by certified mail.
These exemptions are filed with the County Assessor by September 1st and will be applied to the following years taxes. The Senior Exemption needs to be filed only once while the Senior Freeze Exemption needs to be filed annually. If you purchase a new property, exemptions need to be filed.
The "official" copy of the plat is filed with the County Recorder.
State statutes require the pension portion of the tax levy to be broken out from the rest of the levy. A few years ago, only a single line for each tax body was displayed for the entire levy.