Lisle Township is in the process of updating their photo database. If you see someone walking down your street taking pictures with a tablet, please be advised that they are performing a service for the Township. The following is a map of the area our contractors are currently working:
If you are still concerned, please do not make contact with the person taking pictures. Call 630 968-1183 and press 0. We will confirm that we have a contractor working in your area. Thank you in advance for your understanding,
Lisle Township Assessor’s Office
DuPage County Tax Payment Notice
DuPage County has announced a program that will waive late fees and charges on first-installment Property Tax payments for taxpayers impacted by COVID-19. See our Announcements page for more information.
The Assessor’s Office is no longer accepting walk-ins as a precautionary measure due to the Covid 19 Virus. Please contact us by phone at 630 968-1183 You can also email inquiries through our Contact Us page.
We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause and appreciate your understanding.
Welcome to the Lisle Township Assessors Office web site. We hope this web site will be a valuable resource for all of your township property assessment information.
The 2020 assessments are now available in the On-line Property Record Search. Please check our announcements page for more information on publications and filing dates.
If you have any questions please contact us!
Online Property Search
Find properties within lisle township by address or parcel number.
Click Here to get detailed information about properties in Lisle Township. Search by parcel number, address, owner and sales information.Property Search
Assessors FunctionThe Township Assessor is required by law to uniformly assess properties at a median level of 33 1/3% (one third) of market value. Equitable assessments ensure a fair distribution of the property tax burden among all property owners. Local property taxes pay for such services as schools, villages, libraries, park districts, and fire protection districts.
Community LinksHere you can find information and services of nearby organizations in the area. This includes information about nearby villages and townships, libraries, park districts and school districts.
Senior CitizensProperty taxes are a burden to all taxpayers, but even more so for seniors, many of who are living on fixed incomes. Because of this, the Illinois General Assembly has passed several laws over the years to help alleviate the property tax burden for senior citizen property owners in Illinois.
Frequently Asked Questions
PROPERTY TAX CYCLE
Who determines taxes?
Property taxes are determined by the spending amounts of your local taxing bodies. These local taxing bodies use property tax revenues to pay for the services rendered to the residents in their district. Tax bills are paid in 2 installments and are due June 1st and September 1st of ever year. Read more below.Tax Cycle