2016 First Installment Property Tax Bills

 

February 2017 - The Cook County Treasurer's Office will mail out Tax Year 2016 First Installment property tax bills to all property owners in Cook County on January 31.

 

The due date for the Tax Year 2016 First Installment will be Wednesday, March 1, 2017.

 

First Installment tax bills are 55% of the previous year's total tax bill.  All exemptions and changes in assessed value are calculated into the Second Installment tax bill.

 

Contact the Stickney Township Assessor's Office with any questions regarding your property tax situation.

 

info@stickneytownshipassessor.com

Senior and Senior Freeze Renewal Applications

 

January 2017 - The County Assessor has mailed Senior Citizen and Senior Freeze renewal applications for Tax Year 2016.  The application deadline is February 8.

 

Taxpayers born in 1951 or earlier will be eligible for the Senior Citizen exemption.  Taxpayers born in 1951 or earlier and have a household income under $55,000 will be eligible for the Senior Freeze exemption.

Pre-file your Tax Year 2017 property tax appeal

 

December 2016 - The deadline to file a property tax appeal for Tax Year 2016 has passed for Stickney Township property owners.

 

Tax Year 2016 is the final year of the triennial assessment cycle for Stickney Township.  Tax Year 2017 (payable in 2018) starts a new three year assessment cycle.

 

The ideal time to file an assessed valuation complaint is the begininng of the assessment cycle.  In most cases, any reduction in assessed value granted by the County Assessor, or Board of Review, in the first year of the assessment cycle is good for all three years of the cycle. 

 

Township Assessor Jay Grider anticipates the County Assessor will open Stickney Township for appeal in April or May of 2017.  Property owners will have a second opportunity to file with Board of Review later in the year. 

 

Stickney Township taxpayers can pre-file their 2017 property tax appeal through the Stickney Township Assessor's Office. 

 

Taxpayers who receive the Senior Freeze exemption do not need to file an appeal.  Homeowners never need to hire an attorney or consultant to file an assessed valuation complaint.

 

Contact the Stickney Township Assessor's Office for more information.

 

info@stickneytownshipassessor.com