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Just a reminder that the second installment of the property tax bill is due September 11, 2020.  There will be no waiver of penalty after this date.  Payment methods include cash or check (payable to Ogle County Collector).  In-person payments can be made at the Treasurer's office located in the “old” Courthouse at 105 S. 5th Street, Suite 114, Oregon or at any bank in Ogle County.  Current restrictions will be wearing a mask in any county building and to keep six-foot distance from others.  Office hours are 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Monday - Friday excluding holidays.  We strongly encourage using our secure drop box located on the west side of the old courthouse to deposit check payments at any time or going to your local bank in Ogle County.  Our mailing address is Ogle County Collector, P.O. Box 40, Oregon, IL 61061.  Mailed payments must be postmarked by the due date to be considered timely.  Late payments will incur a fee of 1.5% per month or part of a month after the due date and must be remitted by mail or at the Collector’s office.

 The Treasurer’s office is also offering the option of online credit card payments.  Choose the Online Tax Payments link and click the Pay Now button.  Fill in the information as prompted.  Be sure to receive a payment confirmation for your records.  Please note that this service carries a fee; review the convenience fees prior to making payment

 Property tax information is now available on the internet! Click here to learn more.

Important Dates:

Mobile Home Due Date May 15, 2020
Property Tax First Installment Due Date July 1, 2020
Property Tax Second Installment Due Date September 11, 2020
Tax Sale November 4, 2020

About the County Treasurers Office
The County Treasurer is an elected position for a four-year term. The County Treasurer’s responsibilities include:

  • Handling the financial transactions associated with County government, such as accounts payable, accounts receivables and payroll.
  • Investing the County’s assets and balancing the funds and accounts.
  • Collecting property and mobile home taxes and distributing them to the proper taxing bodies.
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