When are Cook County 2019 property taxes due in 2020?
The due date for the first installment of your 2019 tax year property taxes is Wednesday, March 3, 2020.
- In Cook County, the due date for the First Installment property taxes is always the first business day in March.
- According to Illinois law, the First Installment taxes are 55% of the prior year’s total tax (or 55% of the adjusted tax if an assessment certificate of error is certified by the previous November 30).
Your Cook County property tax bill was made available online on December 3, 2019
Even if you have not received your paper bill yet, you can still make a payment online at the Cook County Treasurer website.
There has been a high number of requests from property owners and tax advisors for earlier tax bills and payments.
You are urged to consult with a tax professional about possible tax deductions if you pay before the end of the year.
When are 2018 delinquent property taxes sold at auction?
Unpaid property tax bills from 2018 and due in 2019 will be sold at the 2018 Annual Tax Sale, which begins May 8, 2020. More info
Pay Your Cook County Property Taxes Online
The first installment property tax bill has been posted at cookcountytreasurer.com.
You can find your tax bill at https://cookcountytreasurer.com/setsearchparameters.aspx by using your address or 14-digit property index number.
- Make a payment
- See if a refund is available
- Download a copy of your tax bill
- Sign up to receive tax bills by email
- Find out if your delinquent taxes have been sold
Pay Your Cook County Property Tax Bill at Chase Bank
You may pay your property tax bill at any of the Chase Bank locations in Illinois, including those located outside of Cook County.
You must present with your payment a tax bill payment coupon for the current Tax Year 2018 (payable in 2019).
Your check MUST include:
- Property Index Number (PIN)
- Taxpayer Name
- Property Location, including Unit Number
- Mailing Address
- Telephone Number
- Email Address
- Tax Year/Installment
Pay Your Cook County Property Tax Bill at Your Local Community Bank
Participating community banks allow you to pay your property tax bill at their bank if you have an account there.
You can pay by direct debit from your checking or savings account.
Visit the bank and bring your entire original tax bill. You will receive a paper receipt.
Receive Your Tax Bill by Email
Enroll in eBilling and your next tax bill will be delivered via email.
- The bills are sent by email@example.com. Add that email to your address book or change your spam filters to ensure delivery.
- The paper bill will stop coming to your mailbox.
- If you change your email address, you must update your account with your new address.
- If wish to return to paper billing, log into your account and unsubscribe.
- For more information, visit Research a Topic section.
Below is a list of other Cook County property tax related pages online available to the public.
You can find information regarding your payment status, money owed by your taxing district, pension and healthcare amounts owed, information on previous years’ taxes and more.
Cook County Taxes – Related Links:
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