STREAMWOOD, Ill. – State Rep. Fred Crespo, D-Hoffman Estates, is inviting local families and seniors to receive help reducing their property tax bills at an upcoming Property Tax Appeal
Workshop with Cook County Commissioner Kevin Morrison and other local leaders on Tuesday, Oct. 8 at 6 p.m. at the Park Place Recreation Center, located 550 S. Park Blvd in Streamwood.
“With property taxes nearing unprecedented levels, I’ve been working with our local officials to ensure middle-class families and seniors are aware of the appeal process,” Crespo said. “This will be our second property tax appeal workshop of the month, so I encourage folks that weren’t able to join us this week to bring their latest tax bill and receive help with reducing their property tax bill.”
Experts from the office of Cook County Assessor Fritz Kaegi will be on hand to help families and seniors understand the process of appealing their property tax bill. Homeowners can learn about the basics of property assessments, how to appeal the assessment, as well as what exemptions are available. Homeowners are encouraged to bring their most recent assessments and a valid state ID or driver’s license to receive help.
This event is free and open to the public. For more information, please contact Rep. Crespo’s full-time constituent service office at 630-372-3340.
Who: State Rep. Fred Crespo
Cook County Commissioner Kevin Morrison
Office of Cook County Assessor Fritz Kaegi and other local leaders
What: Property Tax Appeal Seminar
When: Tuesday, Oct. 8
Where: Park Place Recreation Center
550 S. Park Blvd
109 Capitol Building
Springfield, IL 62706
(217) 557-4622 FAX
1014 E. Schaumburg Road
Streamwood, IL 60107
(630) 372-3342 FAX