1. Application Period to Submit Vote-by-Mail for November 8 Election Opens

    Registered Lake County voters may now apply to receive by mail their ballot for the Nov. 8 General Election. Voting by mail allows you to cast your vote from the comfort of you own home, as well as avoid the lines and inclement weather. Additional Info...
  2. Fight the Bite This Summer Against Mosquitoes and Ticks

    Protect yourself and loved ones from the diseases mosquitoes and ticks can carry. Learn how to Fight the Bite and keep you and your pets safe this summer. Additional Info...
  3. SWALCO Announces New Service for Special Materials

    The Solid Waste Agency of Lake County provides a new drop-off service where residents can properly dispose latex paint, small single-use propane tanks and fire extinguishers. The service is available by appointment only the third Wednesday of the month. Additional Info...
  4. Recovery Grant Programs for Businesses Impacted by Highland Park Shooting

    Two grant opportunities for small businesses are now available for businesses impacted by the Highland Park shooting. Read on...
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2022 Property 
Assessment Notices

The 2022 property assessment notices are being mailed to homeowners across Lake County through August. It’s important to read and understand this notice for accuracy as it contains important information about your property. Taxpayers are encouraged to contact theirlocal township assessor’s office if they have questions regarding the valuation of their property.

Appeal Information

Property owners that decide to appeal must do so electronically. Property owners can appeal their assessment on their own through the Lake County Board of Review. No attorney is required for a residential appeal. Appeals can be done in a few minutes by using the new SmartFile E-Filing Portal