Monday — Friday • 8:00 AM — 4:30 PM
111 E. Washington Street, Room 33 Morris, IL 60450
2021 Taxes Due 2022
The 2021 payable in 2022 property taxes were mailed on June 3rd. The first due date is July 6th and the second due date is September 6th. Any first installment taxes that are paid after July 6th will incur an Illinois State mandated 1.5% penalty per month, any 2nd installment taxes that are paid after September 6th will also incur the state mandated 1.5% penalty per month.
Taxes may be paid online using the link above, at participating local banks, by mail, or in person at the Grundy County Treasurer’s Office 111 E Washington St. Rm 33, Morris, IL, at our drop box located outside of the Sheriff’s Dept. 111 Illinois Ave., Morris, or by phone 888-979-3823.
All major credit cards are accepted (Master Card, VISA, American Express, or Discover) through October 28th. Fees collected by the processor, not the Treasurer’s office, are 2.35% of total charge plus a $1.50 flat transaction fee.
Electronic checks are also accepted online for a convenience fee of $2.00 collected by the processor, not the Treasurer’s office. This option is available until October 15th.
Any payments received October 1st or later must be paid in cash, cashier’s check or money order – No personal checks or business checks will be accepted after October 1st.
Online Tax Bill Inquiry
County Tax Sale Info
Future tax sales are held at the Grundy County Administration Building located at 1320 Union St, Morris, IL 60450.
You must register to participate in the tax sale.
If your taxes were sold at tax sale, you will need to redeem the unpaid taxes plus any fees in the County Clerk’s office.
Mobile Home Tax Bills
Grundy County Collector has mailed mobile home tax bills, with payment due date of June 10, 2022. For your convenience payments may be mailed directly to PO Box 689, Morris, or made in person at the courthouse located at 111 E. Washington St. Room 33.
The Treasurer is elected by the People of Grundy County and commissioned by the Governor to be the county’s Chief Financial Officer.
With the assistance of his professional staff, the Treasurer receives tax revenue and other public money, safely keeps those funds, and disburses that money pursuant to the law.
Simply put, the Treasurer is responsible for the safety and security of county tax dollars—now and in the future.
We do this in a variety of ways.
– Manage the cash flow of all major county accounts with deposits, withdrawals, and transfers.
– Invest the county’s operating cash in short-term, interest-bearing accounts that preserve our ability to access the funds.
– Issue and manage all of the county’s debt with bond sales that finance major projects.
In addition, the Treasurer provides guidance for the management of long-term debt and investments with the assistance of the Grundy County Board’s Finance Committee.