The Treasurer is responsible for depositing, investing and distributing monies on behalf of LaSalle County. The Treasurer is also the County Collector and as such bills and collects real estate taxes.
The Collector sends out 68,000 tax bills yearly, while collecting over 205 million dollars and distributing that collection to over 554 accounts for our 159 taxing bodies in a timely manner.
In addition, the staff collects Mobile Home bills, Estate Tax, works with many seniors on the tax deferral program and holds the annual tax sale.
PRESS RELEASE: The last day for personal checks is October 6th. Certified letters will be mailed after this date. Any payments after this date must be certified checks, money orders or cash(in office). November 13th is the last day to pay before the tax sale. Payments must be in the office(no post mark). Our tax sale is November 14, 2017.
What role do property taxes play? Property taxes have played a major role in financing government since Illinois’ early days. In fact, until the depression of the 1930’s, property taxes were the main source of funding for state government. Today, however, ...Read More
In an effort to offer the most innovative payment options to the taxpayers of LaSalle County, this secure credit card payment option is provided. I hope you will find this service convenient and easy to use. Credit card payment can be made in the Treasurer’s ...Read More