PROPERTY TAX BILLS WILL BE MAILED MAY 17, 2021
BELOW ARE THE OPTIONS TO PAY YOUR TAX BILLS THIS YEAR:
Morgan County Treasurer
300 West State Street
Jacksonville, IL 62650
2) Morgan County Drop Box
There is a drop box located outside the north entrance to the courthouse. There is signage that indicates it is the Morgan County Drop Box. Contents will be emptied daily by a courthouse employee.
3) Morgan County Banks EXCEPT US BANK
DATES FOR THE TAX YEAR 2020 PAYABLE IN 2021
Monday, May 17, 2021 Mail Bills
Friday, June 18, 2021 1st Installment Due
Monday, July 19, 2021 Mobile Home Tax Bills Due
Friday, September 17, 2021 2nd Installment Due
DATE TBD Tax Buyers Can Pay Sub Taxes
DATE TBD Friendly Reminders Mailed
Last Day to Pay to Avoid Publication in the Newspaper, Certified Letters and Certified Costs, Payments Must be made in the office.
Mail Certified Letters which includes a $10.00 Publication 7 Certified Mailing Cost Fees.
7.5% Penalty on 1st Installment
3% Penalty on 2nd Installment
$75.00 Penalty on Mobile Homes
Last Day for Tax Buyers to Register for Tax Sale
Registration Forms and more information available in the Treasurer’s Office.
DATE TBD by 4:30 pm
Last day to pay 2020 property taxes in the Treasurer’s Office before Tax Sale. Cash, Cashier’s Check or Money Order only forms of payment accepted.
DATE TBD at 1:30 pm
OTHER PROPERTY TAX INFORMATION
Each payment must be accompanied by the detachable portion of the tax bill. Mailed payments must be postmarked on or before the due date to avoid interest charge.
Check should be payable to: Morgan County Treasurer. Your cancelled check is your receipt. Payment is void if check fails to clear. There is an additional $25 charge for all returned checks. Post dated checks are illegal and will not be held for processing.
Illinois Statutes require 1 1/2% per month or part of the month penalty for payments made after due dates.
You will only receive one notice. Separate bills are not mailed for the second installment. There will be a $2.00 charge for duplicate tax bills.
By law, failure to receive a tax bill or receiving one late bill, for any reason, does not relieve the taxpayer from taxes or late penalties. If you are not responsible for payment of the tax bill, please forward the bill to the owner or return it to the Treasurer.