Notice to our Kendall County Residents
In May of 2021, the Oswegoland Park District became aware of an error in taxes that were due to the District. The District immediately reached out to the Office of the Kendall County Clerk, which acknowledged that they had incorrectly entered the Park District’s 2020 Levy, listing it as 0.39960% instead of 0.43403% or a difference of approximately $25.80 per $100,000 of assessed value.
The Park District remained in communication with the Kendall County Clerk’s office, awaiting their decision as to how they would resolve the entry error. On Friday, September 17 the Park District was notified that the Kendall County Treasurer would be sending a letter to affected residents, informing them that the omitted funds would be included as a prior year adjustment with their regular 2022 Tax Bill.
This is not a new tax, nor the result of any additional tax imposed by the Park District. It is the remaining portion of the approved 2020 Tax Levy that was incorrectly reflected on 2021 Tax Bills.
Kendall County Tax Levy Omission FAQs
1. Why am I receiving a letter from the Kendall County Treasurer?
The Office of the Kendall County Clerk entered the incorrect rate for the Park District’s 2020 Levy, due for the 2021 Tax Year, listing it as .39960% instead of .43403%.
2. What does that mean for me?
Approximately $25.80 per $100,000 of assessed value was not included on your 2021 Tax Bill.
3. How will it be corrected?
The Kendall County Clerk has chosen to correct the error by collecting the omitted funds along with your 2022 Taxes.
4. Am I being charged more in taxes?
No. This is not a new tax, nor the result of any additional tax imposed by the Park District. It is the remaining portion of the approved 2020 Tax Levy that was incorrectly reflected on your 2021 Tax Bill.
5. How much will I owe?
Park District residents who live in Kendall County will owe approximately $25.80 per $100,000 of assessed value.
6. Where can I find my assessed value?
You can visit the Kendall County Property Tax Inquiry website at kendallil.devnetwedge.com to access your property information
7. What portion of my property Tax Bill goes to the Park District?
Approximately 4.5% of a Kendall County resident’s property tax bill goes to the Park District.
8. What does this mean for the Park District?
The Park District has received approximately 8% less in tax revenue than anticipated in 2021. This directly affects the District’s Special Recreation Fund that supports special recreation participants and services in the District. The Kendall County Treasurer will collect and transfer this shortfall to the District in 2022.
9. When will I receive my 2022 Tax Bill?
Tax Bills are typically distributed by the Kendall County Treasurer & Collector in May.
10. What if I’m a Park District Resident of Will County?
Will County Resident Tax Bills were correct. You were not affected by this error.
11. What if I still have questions?
Please contact the Office of the Kendall County Clerk at 630.553.4104.