DuPage County property taxes must be paid every year by all property owners on the required due dates.
DuPage County property taxes are used to pay for schools, city services, fire departments, park districts, city services, forest preserves and township services.
In 2018, DuPage County property taxes may be paid in two installments.
DuPage County Property Tax Due Dates 2019
First installment due date – Due June 3, 2019
Second installment due date – Due Sept 3, 2019
How to Pay DuPage County Property Taxes
The office of the DuPage County Treasurer offers taxpayers the ability to pay their property taxes online using a Visa, MasterCard or Discover Card.
When making your online payment, you will need your 10-digit property index number. It is printed on the front of your tax bill.
If the bill is not available, the number can be acquired through the DuPage County website’s Property Tax Payment Status page.
Schedule ePay from checking or savings accounts
You may schedule to ePay (electronically pay) your 2017 real estate tax bill on our website for the payment to be automatically withdrawn from your savings or checking account in the amount and date you set.
Schedule ePay with credit or debit card
You may schedule to ePay your 2017 real estate tax bill on our website using your Visa, MasterCard or Discover credit card for the transaction.
Please be aware that the credit card service provider will charge a 2.10% convenience fee for the transaction. No portion of that fee is retained by DuPage County.
Make payment in person
You can pay property taxes in person at the DuPage County Treasurer’s Office using cash, check, credit or debit card during normal business hours of Monday – Friday 8:00 AM – 4:30 PM.
DuPage County Treasurer’s Office
421 N. County Farm Road
Wheaton, IL 60187
For after hours’ payments, drop off your payment in our Drop Box located in the south parking lot of the DuPage County Treasurer’s Office.
Make payments at bank
Taxes may be paid at many participating banks in DuPage County through August 31, 2018 (the 2nd installment due date). View the list of participating banks
Payments by mail
Payments and correspondence may be mailed directly to the DuPage County Treasurer’s Office at 421 N. County Farm Road, Wheaton, IL 60187.
Make a Wire Transfer
To transfer U.S. funds by wire, contact us at email@example.com for specific instructions. Please be aware your bank may charge you for this service.
DuPage County Property Tax Information
This portal leads to the following information for a parcel:
- Tax bill information plus the ability to pay the current year tax bill and print a duplicate tax bill.
- Tax distribution information – where do your tax dollars go? Includes links to the taxing bodies.
- Assessment information, including any reviews or corrections made to assessments.
DuPage County property tax exemptions
Property tax prepayments
First installment due date – Due June 1, 2018
Second installment due date – Due August 31, 2018
How are DuPage County Property Taxes Distributed?
DuPage County Board Chairman Dan Cronin explains how residents’ tax dollars are distributed.
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