Can I protest my tax bill after I received it?

Once you receive your bill, it is too late to appeal for that assessment year. If your assessed value is changed by the township assessor, it will be published in the local newspaper in August. The publication begins the appeal season. Your first step is to contact our office. If we feel we are unable to adjust your assessment, you may file an appeal with the Board of Review. The deadline to do so is 30 days after the newspaper’s publication of the assessment values. Appeal forms can be obtained either at our office or online at http://www.willcountysoa.com/board-of-review/assessments-appeals-process.aspx. Click here for more information on important dates and Assessment Notices.

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Assessor's Office Disclaimer

The information contained on this site was compiled from data available at the Plainfield Township Assessor's Office solely for the governmental purpose of property assessment. This information should not be relied upon by anyone as the final determination of ownership of property, market value and/or for any other purpose without verification of the information with official records on file. No warranties, either expressed or implied whatsoever are provided for the accuracy of data contained herein, its use, or its interpretation. Although information is updated periodically, the information contained herein may not accurately reflect the most current data available. The assessed values and other information may not be certified and may be subject to change before being finalized for ad valorem tax purposes without notice. The Plainfield Township Assessor assumes no responsibility, nor liability for any unauthorized dissemination of the information and/or damages arising from the use of the property data contained herein.