2022 Tax Levy
- Public Hearing Notice - A Public Hearing for the 2022 Tax Levy was held on November 17, 2022 at 6:00 PM in the Village Board Room, Village Hall, 255 E Wilson Ave, Lombard
- 2023 Budget/2022 Tax Levy FAQs
2021 Tax Levy
The 2021 property tax levy was presented to the Finance & Administration Committee at their meeting on September 13, 2021, at which time, they voted unanimously to recommend the statutorily permissible tax levy, a 3.74% increase for 2021, to the President and Board of Trustees.
The tax levy was considered for first reading at the Village Board Meeting on November 4, 2021 and for a second/final reading on November 18, 2021 at which time, it was approved. The 3.74% increase will equate on average to $7.30 for a $300,000 home. This varies for each property depending on the value assigned by the assessor’s office.
Property Tax Allocation*
The Village of Lombard receives less than 8% of the total tax bill, meaning that less than $0.08 of every dollar paid in property taxes will go to the Village.
Property Tax Assessments
To find out the property tax distribution specific to your property visit the DuPage County Clerk's website. Enter either your Property Index Number (PIN#) or your address to see where your tax dollars go.
- Are my property taxes going up this year?
- Why does the Village need to increase its portion of the property tax levy?
- Why can’t the Village operate within its means like my family?
- Why can’t the Village use funds raised from the Library tax increase?
- Why are my property taxes so high and where do they go?
- What can I do if I feel my property is assessed too high?
- Where can I find more information or provide my feedback?
- You said that increases are required due to unfunded State mandates. What are those mandates?