McLean County Treasurer & Tax Collector
Please Note: Delinquent taxes must be received in the office by Nov. 16th to avoid tax sale. Pay in person or mail to McLean County Collector, PO Box 2400, Bloomington IL 61702-2400. Certified funds required after October 27th. All delinquent taxes will be sold Nov. 17th per Illinois law.
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Property Tax Reminders
Real Estate Installment 1 Due
June 17, 2020 Interest Penalty imposed on payments made after July 17
Real Estate Installment 2 Due
September 17, 2020 Interest Penalty imposed on payments after Sept. 17
Mobile Home Due
July 17, 2020 Interest Penalty imposed on payments after July 17.
Nov. 17, 2020 Delinquent Tax Sale begins at 9:00 A.M., Government Center, 115 E. Washington, Rm 400, Bloomington, IL.
ALL DATES SUBJECT TO CHANGE
Welcome to the website of the McLean County Treasurer’s Office. The County Treasurer is responsible for overseeing the collection and distribution of over $351 million dollars to nearly 200 taxing bodies. This collection process extends over two installments and concludes with the annual tax sale. The McLean County Collector is billing over 68,000 real estate parcels. This website will provide you with the ability to confirm payment information for real estate property taxes. The web information does not detail who the payment was received from or if the taxes were paid as a result of being sold at the annual tax sale. If you have any questions or concerns about these matters, call the Treasurer’s Office at (309) 888-5180.
The Treasurer’s Office also performs these financial operations of McLean County Government:
Year End Financial Reporting
The Treasurer’s Office also works in collaboration with the County Auditor to move the County from cash basis to accrual basis accounting as of year-end, prepare for year-end audit and issue the Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR). McLean County’s CAFR has repeatedly qualified for the GFOA Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting. The Certificate of Achievement is the highest form of recognition in governmental accounting and financial reporting.
It is the mission of the McLean County Treasurer’s Office to conduct these duties of the office with professionalism, accountability and integrity. The Treasurer’s office is dedicated to serving the public in a cordial and efficient manner.
Where Are Your Taxes Going?
The McLean County Collector’s office collects over $351 million in Property Taxes from approximately 68,000 parcels. These taxes and drainage assessments are being collected on behalf of 200 taxing districts in McLean County.
Do you have unclaimed property?
Search McLean County records for unclaimed property.
Search the State of Illinois records for unclaimed property.
If you have any questions or concerns, call the Treasurer’s Office at (309) 888-5180.