How to Pay a Tax Bill Online
- Click on Property Tax Lookup
- Click either "Parcel Number (PIN)" or "Address Search"
- Enter either your parcel number (PIN) or address
- Click "Search"
- Click on "Pay Current Taxes Online" (located on the left-hand column)
- Select "Pay Current Installment" or "Pay All Current Taxes"
- Click on "Add to Cart"
- Click on "View Cart"
- Click on "Enter Payment Information"
- Complete the Payment Information
- Select your Payment Method
Dear Property Owners:
The 2022 Property Tax Bills were mailed on April 29th. In Illinois, our taxes are billed in arrears. Our 2022 taxes are billed and collected in 2023. Taxes are billed with two installments. Once more, these due dates are June 1, 2023, and September 1, 2023.
Over the past year, we have been busy installing a new software program to replace our 40+ year old mainframe. The new program will be used by the offices of the Treasurer, County Clerk and Supervisor of Assessment to better manage the records for over 336,000 parcels in DuPage County.
Additionally, DuPage County government revised its website and will now allow more transparency and easier navigation. Our page on the website is available 24/7, as is our online payment program. You can also print a duplicate tax bill, pay your bill, see assessment information and learn about potential property tax exemptions.
As we move beyond the COVID-19 pandemic, we are cognizant of the challenges that many residents are experiencing due to inflation and the corresponding increase in cost of living. Unfortunately, taxing bodies in many DuPage County communities are also being challenged with an increased cost of providing services.
The 2022 tax levy is $3,226,294,646, an increase of 4.52%. The 2022 tax year assessed property value for DuPage County is $45,763,034,861 (76.13% residential and 23.87% commercial property). This information would indicate that the average tax rate will increase by .32% and the average tax bill will increase by 4.22%. As I have said in prior years, I have never seen an “average bill”.
I can’t write this message without reminding you to check your exemptions shown on your bill. The most often missed is the senior exemption. If you are 65 or older, check to make sure you are utilizing this exemption. We always have instances of citizens in their 80’s and have never used the exemption. The taxpayer must apply for this exemption. For 2022 there are 71,070 senior exemptions resulting in reduction of assessed property value of $354,872,917.
Our team is ready to assist you with questions and payments. Our website is available 24/7, as is our online payment program. Our website allows you to print a duplicate tax bill, pay your bill, see assessment information, view past years of property tax history and of sale history.
Gwen Henry, CPA, DuPage County Treasurer