Second chance to file 2019 property tax appeal

 

October 2019 - Taxpayers in Stickney Township will have a second opportunity to file a Tax Year 2019 appeal with the Cook County Board of Review (BOR).

 

Tax Year 2019 (payable in 2020) is the final year of the assessment cycle.  Any reduction in assessed value granted by the BOR will be good for one year only.

 

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

 

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

 

info@stickneytownshipassessor.com

 

 

Automatic renewal for Senior Citizen Exemption

 

September 2019 - Starting in Tax Year 2019 (payable in 2020), the Senior Citizen Exemption will renew automatically for taxpayers already receiving the exemption. 

 

Taxpayers who turned 65 in 2019 (born in 1954) must apply for the exemption. 

 

The Taxpayer Exemption Application for Tax Year 2019 will be available in January 2020.  Taxpayers can visit the Cook Couny Assessor's website at that time and download the application. 

 

Taxpayers can contact the Stickney Township Assessor's Office before the end of the year and have their name added to a mailing list for the 2019 application.

 

info@stickneytownshipassessor.com 

 

 

 

Property Tax Outreach

 

August 2019 - The Cook County Board of Review will host two Property Tax Outreach events for taxpayers in Stickney Township.  This will be the final opportunity for property owners in Stickney Township to file an assessed valuation complaint for Tax Year 2019 (payable in 2020).

 

Monday, August 19 @9:00 AM, at the Stickney Township North Clinic

6721 W 40th St, Stickney

 

Thursday, August 22 @ 6:30 PM, at the Louis S. Viverito Senior Center

7745 Leamington Ave, Burbank

 

Taxpayers who receive the Senior Freeze exemption do not need to file an appeal.  And taxpayers never need to hire an attorney or consultant to file an appeal.

 

For more information contact the Stickney Township Assessor's Office.

 

info@stickneytownshipassessor.com

 

 

Tax Year 2018 Second Installment Tax Bill due August 1, 2019

 

July 2019 - Tax Year 2018 Second Installment tax bills will be sent out to all property owners in Cook County, including Stickney Township, by the end of June.  Taxpayers will have until Thursday, August 1, 2019, to make an on-time payment to the Cook County Treasurer's Office.

 

The Second Installment tax bill reflects new assessed values, successful appeals and taxpayer exemptions.

 

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

 

info@stickneytownshipassessor.com 

 

 

Property Tax Outreach

 

July 2019 - The Cook County Board of Review will host two Property Tax Outreach events for taxpayers in Stickney Township.  This will be the final opportunity for property owners in Stickney Township to file an appeal for Tax Year 2019 (payable in 2020).

  • Monday, August 19, at 9:00 AM, at the Stickney Township North Clinic, 6721 W 40th St, Stickney
  • Thursday, August 22, at 6:30 PM, at the Louis S. Viverito Senior Center, 7745 Leamington Ave, Burbank

Taxpayers who plan on attending should bring along their property tax bill.

 

Taxpayers who receive the Senior Freeze Exemption do not need to file an appeal.  And taxpayers never need to hire an attorney or consultant to file a property tax appeal.

 

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

 

info@stickneytownshipassessor.com

 

 

Stickney Township Assessor's Office closed for 4th of July holiday

 

June 2019 - The Stickney Township Assessor's Office will be closed on Thursday, July 4, and Friday, July 5, in observance of the national Independence Day holiday.

 

We apologize for any inconvevience.  The Township Assessor's Office will re-open on Monday, July 8, for regular business hours.

 

Contact the Stickney Township Assessor's Office at info@stickneytownshipassessor.com for more information.

 

 

Stickney Township open for appeal

 

June 2019 - The Cook County Assessor's Office has opened Stickney Township for appeal on May 28. 

 

Taxpayers can use the following link www.cookcountyassessor.com to file their own assessed valuation complaint for Tax Year 2019 (payable in 2020).

 

Homeowners looking for assistance with their property tax appeal can contact the Stickney Township Assessor's Office at info@stickneytownshipassessor.com.

 

The filing deadline for Tax Year 2019 appeals at the Cook County Assessor's Office will be June 28, 2019.

 

Property owners in Stickney Township will have a second opportunity to file a property tax appeal with the Board of Review later in the year.

 

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 appeal.

 

 

Property Tax Outreach

 

May 2019 - The Stickney Township Assessor's Office, along with the Cook County Assessor, will be hosting a Property Tax Outreach event on Thursday, June 6, at 6:30 PM, at the Louis S. Viverito Senior Center.  The Senior Center is located at 7745 Leamington Avenue in Burbank.

 

Taxpayers will have the opportunity to file an assessed valuation complaint directly to the Cook County Assessor.  Attendees are encouraged to bring along their property tax bill.

 

Property owners in Stickney Township will have a second opportunity to file a property tax appeal with the Board of Review later in the year.

 

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

 

info@stickneytownshipassessor.com

 

Appeal time around the corner

 

April 2019 - Stickney Township Assessor Jay Grider anticipates the Cook County Assessor's Office will open Stickney Township for Tax Year 2019 property tax appeals by the end of May. 

 

Tax Year 2019 (payable in 2020) is the third and final year of the triennial assessment cycle.  Any reduction in assessed value would be good for one year only.  Tax Year 2020 starts a new three year assessment cycle.

 

Taxpayers will have a second opportunity to file a property tax appeal later in the year with the Cook County Board of Review.

 

Homeowners never need to hire consultants or attorneys to determine their property tax situation.  Taxpayers receiving the Senior Freeze Exemption do not need to file an appeal.

 

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

 

info@stickneytownshipassessor.com