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Chief County Assessment Office

From Your Chief County Assessor

Our Mission Statement: To provide fair, accurate, and equitable assessments to all property owners in Rock Island County

To All Rock Island County Taxpayers:

We have compiled a report of statistical information regarding the Assessment Office and Board of Review. Click here PDF Document to view the 2018 Annual Report.

Your township assessor is currently reviewing assessments for the 2020 year, which will be payable in 2021. If you would like to have your assessment reviewed, feel free to contact your  township assessor.

Assessments are determined by your township assessor for a four year period. The four year period we are currently in started with the 2019 assessment year and will continue through the 2022 assessment year.

In the first year of the general assessment period, which was 2019, the Illinois Property Tax Code ExternalLink.gif directs the township assessor "in person or by deputy (to) actually view and determine as near as practicable the value of each property listed for taxation as of January 1 of that year...."

The Property Tax Code informs assessment officials that the property record system shall include up-to-date and complete tax maps, ownership lists, valuation standards (calculation used to value your property) and property record cards, including appraisals, for all or any part of the property in the township. The township assessor maintains property record cards and are available by contacting your township assessor. These records are public records, and shall be available for public inspection during business hours, subject to reasonable rules and regulations of the custodian of the records.

In early fall, we will be mailing a notice of assessments to all taxpayers who receive a change in their 2020 assessment. This notice will provide you with your total assessment as well as what homestead exemptions you are currently receiving. This information will also be available on our website at  www.rockislandcounty.org/AssessmentOffice/AssessmentChanges.

These assessment changes will also be published in the Dispatch/Argus newspaper at the time of our mailing the assessment notice.

Should you have any questions about the assessment process, feel free to contact me.

FOIA Policy PDF Document

Sincerely,

Larry A. Wilson
Chief County Assessor

Chief County Assessor/Board of Review - Announcements

Rock Island County Board to Extend Deadline for the Senior Citizens Assessment Freeze from July 1, 2020 to October 1, 2020
As our community continues to feel the increased impact of COVID-19, we feel it is important to share with you what we are doing to help our customers and staff stay safe and healthy. Learn More...
 
Special Statement from the Chief County Assessment Official Regarding Homestead Exemptions
Friday, March 20, 2020. We have all seen the news regarding the COVID-19. It is our full intent to follow CDC recommendation for social distancing. Learn More...
 
Tax Bill Frequently Asked Questions
Do you have questions regarding your tax bill? Click here PDF Document to view our tax bill frequently asked questions.
 
Changes to the Senior Citizen Assessment Freeze Requirements (Notary No Longer Required)
May 27, 2020- In light of the current COVID-19 pandemic and social distancing requirements, the Illinois Department of Revenue is no longer requiring the Senior Citizen Assessment Freeze Form to be notarized. Click here to view the Senior Freeze requirements and to download the application.
 


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Larry A. Wilson - Chief County Assessor Click to send e-mail 
Rock Island County Office Building (map ExternalLink.gif)
Second Floor - 1504 Third Avenue, Rock Island IL, 61201-8624

Phone: (309) 558-3660     Fax: (309) 558-3658     Hours: 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM - Monday thru Friday