Cook County Residential Property Tax Board of Review appeal period open until February 1, 2022

Residents can appeal their Cook County property taxes to the Schaumburg Township Board of Review until February 1, 2022.

The Commune is open during the call period to help residents on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. and on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 8:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. For the safety of residents and staff during the COVID-19 pandemic, the Township has two appeal options:

1. Email Victor Morales at [email protected] with your PIN, phone number, email and home address. This is the fastest and most convenient way – no office visit required. Emails must be received at least one hour before closing on the last day of calls.

2. Walk-in appointments are also available, but emailing your call information is strongly encouraged. Please note that we ask residents to wear a mask in the building and to practice social distancing. You will need to bring your PIN, phone number, email address and home address.

“Appealing your property taxes can be complicated and confusing, but with the help of our staff, it’s as easy as sending an email. Whether by email or in person, our staff will help you will guide you through the process and submit your appeal for free,” said Schaumburg Township Assessor John R. Lawson.

Residents can find a video of the latest property tax appeals seminar at youtu.be/iTnFHhGca08. Call the Schaumburg Township Assessor’s office at (847) 884-0030 if you have additional questions. Further information is also available on the township website at schaumburgtownship.org/departments/assessors-office/.

About the municipality of Schaumburg:

Schaumburg Township serves more than 140,000 residents in the villages of Elk Grove, Hanover Park, Hoffman Estates, Rolling Meadows, Roselle, Schaumburg and Streamwood, Illinois. Visit our website (schaumburgtownship.org), Facebook (@SchaumburgTownship) and Twitter (@SchaumburgTwp) for up-to-date information about our services and how we are meeting community needs.

Penny D. Jackson