Property Taxes

2023 Taxes (2022 Tax Levy)

The 2022 property tax levy was presented to the Finance & Administration Commitee at their meeting on October 24, 2022, at which time, they voted unanimously to recommend the statutorily permissible tax levy, a 7.26% increase for 2022, to the President and Board of Trustees.

On November 17, 2022, a Public Hearing was held and the 2022 tax levy was considered for first reading at the Village Board Meeting.  The second/final reading was held on December 1, 2022, at which time it was approved.  The 7.26% statutorily permissible increase equates on average to $27.41 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 to help fund core services, including public safety provided by Police and Fire Departments; road, sewer, and water maintenance from Public Works; building and code enforcement from Community Development, and responsible long-term financial planning from the Finance Department.  

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To learn more and find the answers to some of the most frequently asked questions: 2023 Budget/2023 Taxes (2022 Tax Levy) FAQs.

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.