Susan Moylan Krey

2013 Second Installment Property Tax Bill Due August 1, 2014
The 2013 Second Installment Property Tax Bills, which were mailed to Maine Township residents the first week of July, will be due Friday, August 1, 2014. Maine Township residents should carefully review their tax bills to be certain that they have received all property tax exemptions to which they are entitled. If the exemption was not deducted from the bill, the township office will be able to help taxpayers obtain a corrected bill. The Maine Township Assessor's Office is open Monday-Friday from 9 AM to 4 PM to serve you and help answer questions.
The main role of the Assessor's office is to serve our residents. This office is your liaison to the Cook County Assessor's office. The Cook County Assessor is responsible for estimating the value of your property, which determines your assessed valuation. This assessed valuation does determine the overall share of taxes you will pay.
Residential Property Tax Exemptions
There are four common types of residential property tax exemptions: Homeowner's Exemption, Homestead (Senior) Exemption, Senior Citizen Assessment Freeze, Homestead Improvement Exemption. Learn more...

Appealing Your Assessment
If you believe your assessed valuation is too high, you can file an appeal, and have the Cook County Assessor reassess your property. Our office will help you in filing your appeal. You do not need an attorney. Learn more...

Frequently Asked Questions
Here are the answers to some frequently asked questions. Learn more...
Important Telephone Numbers
Maine Township Assessor: 847-297-2510
Cook County Assessor: 312-603-5300
Cook County Board of Review: 312-603-5542
Cook County Clerk: 312-603-5656
Cook County Treasurer: 312-603-5100
Illinois Property Tax Appeal Board: 217-782-6076
Cook County Recorder of Deeds: 312-603-5050
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