Others who are an important part of the tax process:
The Cook County Assessor applies the “equalizer”. The Assessor’s office also provides a detail explanation of “How Your Property is Valued”.
The cook County Treasurer collects property tax throughout Cook County.
The cook County Clerk calculates the tax rates based on tax levies
Assessor Willie A. Jones has served as your Assessor since January 2014. Courteous Service is what property owners can expect when visiting the Assessor’s office.
Bremen Township Assessor Services
Assist filing appeals with the Cook County Assessor & Cook County Board of Review (Homeowners never need to hire an attorney or consultant to file a property tax appeal, this is optional).
- Exemption applications ( homeowners, Senior homeowner/freeze, disabled veteran(30% to 100%), Veterans recently returning from active duty in an armed conflict involving the United States and disabled persons.
Certificates of Error.
Property characteristic descriptions and changes.
Record Bremen Township real estate sales from Cook County.
Applications for divisions and consolidation of properties.
Seminars on property taxes.
Name and address changes on property tax bills.
Applications for property tax refunds via Cook County Treasurer.
Record and submit Bremen Township Building permits to Cook County.
- Pay property owner(s) tax bill online (must have an email address, checking or savings account).
Bremen Township Assessor appeals will open on Friday May 31, 2019 & close on Friday July 5, 2019. Assessor Jones office will accept appeals until 2:00 pm on July 5th. This is to ensure appeal documents are submitted to the Cook County Assessor’s office in a timely manner. You may still file an appeal on July 5th until 5:00 pm at the Markham courthouse ( 2nd floor) or downtown at the Cook County Assessor’s office.
ASSESSOR’S OFFICE IS OPEN
MON – FRI
9:00 A.M. TO 5:00 P.M.
Bremen Township Assessor’s Office
16361 Kedzie Parkway
Markham, IL 60428