The due date for the Tax Year 2014 First Installment is Tuesday, March 3, 2015.
The due date for the Tax Year 2013 Second Installment was Friday, August 1, 2014.
You may pay Tax Year 2014 First Installment and Tax Year 2013 taxes at any of the nearly 400 Chase Bank locations in Illinois, by mail, or online.
Taxpayers who would like information concerning whether their 2012 property taxes were sold at the tax sale and information on how to redeem their taxes must contact the Cook County Clerk's Office or call the Clerk's Office at 312.603.5656. The Clerk's Office is located at: 118 North Clark Street, Room 434, Chicago, IL 60602.
The Treasurer's Office will be closed on Monday, March 2nd, in observance of Casimir Pulaski Day, re-opening Tuesday, March 3rd. Chase Bank locations will be open.
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The latest property tax bills show local government debt and have a due date of
Tuesday, March 3, Cook County Treasurer Maria Pappas said today.
Pappas said taxpayers can pay online at cookcountytreasurer.com, and noted that
county offices will be closed on Monday, March 2, for Casimir Pulaski Day.
Property owners can pay:
Payments received or postmarked after March 3 will be charged 1.5 percent monthly.
Partial payments are accepted. Taxpayers must reference their 14-digit Property
Index Number (PIN) located at the top of each tax bill for all payments and must
write their PIN on the face of each payment check.
Pappas said the First Installment bills for tax year 2014 now being mailed show
every unit of government (taxing district) that has levied a tax on a home or other
real property. The information listed is:
"Taxpayers have a right to know how much debt is owed by the governments that tax
them," Pappas said, adding that further financial information was on her office's
website at cookcountytreasurer.com.