A Cook County website that offers one-stop shopping for property tax information. The portal combines property tax information from the Cook County Assessor’s Office, the Board of Review, the Clerk’s Office, the Recorder of Deeds and the Treasurer’s Office into one unified site. This site allows residents to have online access to comprehensive information about their properties such as appeal or exemption opportunities or liens, saving time and making searching from property tax information more efficient.
Find information on your property tax bill. To provide vital services to your community, the Treasurer's office is responsible for collecting $8 billion in revenue annually on behalf of 1,600 units of local government.
The Cook County Board of Review fairly and impartially reviews the assessments of all property within Cook County to the extent authorized by the Property Tax Code, corrects all assessments which should be corrected, raises, lowers, and/or directs the Cook County Assessor to change, correct, alter, or modify assessments as justice may require. It also uses the authority provided by the Property Tax Code to ensure a full, fair and impartial assessment of property.
The Clerk is responsible for maintaining and providing vital records, various aspects of the real estate tax process, receiving and making available to the public statements of economic interests and lobbyist registration, and serving as Clerk to the County Board of Commissioners. You can also view all recorded documents associated with your property.