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Before contacting the St. Charles Township Assessors office regarding your assessment, please review the recent sales in your neighborhood.  Sale prices increased GREATLY in 2022 and continue to do so in 2023.  The price that homes are selling for is what sets the assessment value on all properties in the Township.  The assessments for 2023 for taxes payable in 2024 were published on September 14, 2023, in the Kane County Chronicle. Assessment notices are mailed out by the office of the Supervisor of Assessments, 719 S. Batavia Ave, Bldg C in Geneva.  2023 is a general re-assessment year, which means every property owner in St. Charles Township should be receiving an Assessment Notice in the mail.  You have 30 days from the date of publication in the newspaper to contact the St. Charles Township office if you feel the assessment indicated on your notice is incorrect. The last day to contact our office regarding your 2023 assessment will be October 16, 2023.  Please DO NOT wait till the last day to contact our office regarding your assessment, we get VERY busy as we get closer to the filing deadline and we will not have enough time to review your inquiry.  Please go to the St. Charles Township Assessor’s website under Parcel Search to view the information about your property. If you find information on the Website that is incorrect (for instance, you are being assessed for a fireplace and you do not have one), please call our office and we will work with you on getting the assessment corrected.  If you are questioning the value of your property per the current sales market or per equity, review the instructions under the “Assessment Inquiries” tab at the top of this page.  At this point of time (as of Friday, 10/13/2023) , there will not be enough time for us to review your complaint in our office, we suggest that you get your formal complaint paperwork filed with the Kane County Board of Review, so that you will be able to have your assessment reviewed, before the final filing deadline of Monday, October 16, 2023.  When you file this complaint you can indicate if you would like to have an in-person (Virtual) hearing or just present your evidence in writing and have the Kane County Board of Review determine if a change should be made to your assessment, per the evidence submitted by both the property owner and the St. Charles Township Assessor.  You DO NOT need to hire an Attorney or Tax Firm to go through this process.

Please call our office if you have any questions. (630) 584-2040