- Category: Treasurer
Settlement Sheets for Taxing Districts
The location for the Settlement Sheets has changed. For current year and moving forward, they will be located under: Tax Search/County Links/ Settlement Sheets.
- Summary Settlement Sheet
- 2021 Settlement Sheets
- 2020 Settlement Sheets all
- 2020 Settlement Sheet Summary
- Settlement Sheets all
- 2018 Settlement Sheets Summary
- 2018 Settlement Sheets
- 2017 Settlement Sheet Summary
- 2017 Settlement Sheet
- 2016 Settlement Sheet Summary (PDF)
- 2016 Settlement Sheet (PDF)
- 2015 Settlement Sheet Summary (PDF)
- 2015 Settlement Sheet (PDF)
- 2014 Settlement Sheet Summary (PDF)
- 2014 Settlement Sheet (PDF)
- 2013 Settlement Sheet Summary (PDF)
- 2013 Settlement Sheet (PDF)
- 2012 Settlement Sheet Summary (PDF)
- 2012 Settlement Sheet (PDF)
- 2011 Settlement Sheet Summary (PDF)
- 2011 Settlement Sheet (PDF)
- 2010 Settlement Sheet Summary (PDF)
- 2010 Settlement Sheet (PDF)
- 2009 Settlement Sheet Summary (PDF)
- 2009 Settlement Sheet (PDF)
- 2008 Settlement Sheet Summary (PDF)
- 2008 Settlement Sheet (PDF)
- 2007 Settlement Sheet Summary (PDF)
- 2007 Settlement Sheet (PDF)
- 2006 Settlement Sheet Summary (PDF)
- 2006 Settlement Sheet (PDF)
- 2005 Settlement Sheet Summary (PDF)
- 2005 Settlement Sheet (PDF)
- 2004 Settlement Sheet Summary (PDF)
- 2004 Settlement Sheet (PDF)
Interest Distributions for Taxing Districts
- Category: Treasurer
The Logan County Treasurer is an elected official who serves a four year term. The duties of the Logan County Treasurer include the receipt, management and disbursement of public funds. Any monies not needed immediately are to be invested at the highest rate of interest. All funds invested must be fully collateralized. The treasurer serves as the ex-officio county collector and as such is responsible for the collection, management and the distribution of property taxes, including real estate, mobile home and drainage tax. The County Treasurer is also responsible for maintaining all financial records for the annual audit.
2023 Tax Dates Timeline
2023 MOBILE HOME TAX BILLS
Have been mailed, if you did not receive your bill please contact our office.
$25 penalty after June 1, 2023 with additional penalty of $25 per month assessed, up to $100.00.
We will update if there are any changes.
Collection year 2023 REAL ESTATE TAXES
- 2021 Tax bills will be mailed May 15, 2023, if you do not receive your bill please contact our office.
- First Installment due date is June 15, 2023
- Second Installment due date is September 1, 2023
Payments may be made by any of the following methods:
- at the Logan County Treasurer's Office, Room 11, Logan County Courthouse (Real Estate Only - we now accept credit and debit card payments in our office (2.35% fee charged.)
- Logan County Treasurer's dropbox on N. Kickapoo St. across from Latham Park. North and South around Courthouse. (No CASH please)
- at most of the local banks
- by mail (Postmark honored as date received - to avoid penalty postmark on or before due date)
- by credit card via phone 844-653-1539 - you will need your permanent index number, or online (Click here: Credit Card Tax Payments)
- There will be NO payments accepted at the John Logan Building.
Tax Sale October 17, 2023 at 10:30 AM. See Registration form below. The last day to register for this year's Tax Sale is October 3, 2023. This years Tax Sale will be Rams 2. Buyers will need to come to the Treasurer's office and drop off their checks and bids. Our office will email results and send a physical copy in the mail.
Refundable Set-up Fee is $50.00, forfeited if no attendance to sale.
Electronic File and updates Fee is $100.00.
View Settlement Sheets and Interest Distribution information on the Tax Districts page.
View annual audits and financial statements at on the county board financial information page.
View Freedom of Information Act guidelines and print request forms at FOIA page.
County Supervisor of Assessments
- Instructs the township assessors.
- Prepares and maintains tax maps as well as up to date lists of property owner's names, addresses, and property record cards for all real estate in the county.
- Serves as Clerk of the Board of Review.
- Can revise assessment made by township assessor.
- Grant exemptions.
- Change of address
- Assessment information
- Real Estate Tax Exemptions
- Mobile Home Record Maintenance
122 N. McLean St. (John Logan Bldg.), Lincoln, IL 62656
- Extend all tax rates according to the tax levy ordinances.
- Extend the tax rate over the value of the property for each county taxing district.
- Redemption of tax sale certificates
- Tax Levy information
Logan County Courthouse, Rm.#20, Lincoln, IL. 62656
- Prepare and mail all tax bills.
- Collect all taxes.
- Enter all errors of assessments and keep track of all tax appeals granted.
- Disburse monies to the taxing bodies.
- Invest all monies not immediately distributed. The interest earned will be distributed to the taxing bodies.
The tax information found on this web site is for information purposes only. Logan County is not responsible for any errors in the use of this information. The web site is updated every night and is available the following day on the website so today's business will not be available until tomorrow. You may call (217) 732-3761 for more information.
- Category: Treasurer
Your Logan County Real Estate Tax Bill is determined by the following:
The assessed valuation during the previous year the county and township assessors established the value of your property. When this is completed the abstract is sent to the state who reviews the abstract and then places a multiplier (factor) which will either raise the valuation, lower the valuation or leave it the same.
When the assessor's work is completed the work is turned over to the Logan County Clerk whose job it is to extend the tax rates. The taxing bodies must file their levies with the county clerk by December before the bills are to be mailed. The county clerk divides the levy by the assessed valuation for that taxing body and this produces the rate necessary to bring in that levy. If the rate exceeds the rate limit as set by the state statutes the clerk can only use the limit so the taxing body will be unable to collect their full levy.
All parcels are located in a geographic area. The taxing bodies have different boundaries so they may overlap. For example you may live on one side of the street and pay to one school district and someone else may pay to another depending on that school boundary. Everyone pays county tax, township tax, road and bridge tax and except in east and west Lincoln townships a multi–township assessor tax. If you are in the country you could pay into one fire district and your neighbor into another. The taxing bodies you pay into determine your rate.
The total tax rate is multiplied by the equalized assessed value of the property and this produces the amount of the tax.