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Welcome from the Milton Township Assessor’s Office!

It is my distinct pleasure and solemn responsibility to extend a heartfelt welcome to you on behalf of the Milton Township Assessor's Office.

As your Township Assessor, I am honored to oversee the identification of all taxable properties within Milton Township, ensuring the establishment of just and accurate taxable values for each property subject to taxation. With a substantial count of forty-one thousand parcels, we proudly stand as one of the largest townships in DuPage County.

My dedicated team and I are deeply committed to serving the Milton community with the utmost professionalism, integrity, and precision in property assessment. Our primary aim is to cultivate public trust and confidence through the delivery of fair and impartial assessments.

We stand ready to assist you in accessing pertinent information regarding your property. Please do not hesitate to reach out to us with any inquiries or concerns; we are at your disposal.

Our website is designed to empower property owners with invaluable insights into assessments in their neighborhoods. Like any dynamic platform, we diligently update and monitor information to promote a comprehensive understanding of assessment values within Milton Township.

As you explore our website, we encourage you to share your feedback and suggestions on how we can better serve you. Your input is invaluable and contributes to the continual enhancement of our services for the residents of Milton Township.

Please feel free to contact us at any time; we are here to support you in every way possible.

Warm regards,

Chris E. LeVan, CIAO
Milton Township Assessor

Source: DuPage County Treasurer

Latest News

The 2023 Property Tax bills have been distributed both online and via mail. In Illinois, taxes are handled in arrears, meaning our 2023 taxes are billed and collected in 2024. Each bill includes two installment vouchers for convenient payment. This year, tax payments are due on June 3, 2024, and September 3, 2024, considering the Labor Day holiday on September 2nd.

Additionally, there have been increases in exemption amounts. Both residential and senior exemptions have been raised to $8,000 each. Take a moment to review the exemptions listed on your bill to ensure you are receiving all the exemptions you qualify for.