Welcome to the Tax Section!

One of the six major functions of the Will County Clerk’s Office is handling Tax Extension and Tax Sale Redemption.

TAX EXTENSION
– the process by which taxing districts file their annual budgets and levies and request the amount of money needed to be raised from taxation (property taxes)
– department accepts filings of budgets, levies, bonds, boundary changes and other financial reports as mandated by the Illinois Property Tax Code

TAX SALE REDEMPTION
– Lookup sold & forfeited taxes
– how to make a payment on sold taxes
– annual list of parcels sold at the Tax Sale

OTHER WILL COUNTY PROPERTY TAX RELATED LINKS
Will County Supervisor of Assessments – assessments & exemptions
Will County Treasurer – review tax bill & payment dates
Will County Recorder  – deeds & other recorded documents
Will County Land Use – building permits, zoning, ordinances & code enforcements

Question about Tax Extension services click here or Tax Sale Redemption services click here.

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