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Do you have a question for the Office of the Cook County Treasurer? Please visit our website for answers to frequently asked questions. http://www.cookcountytreasurer.com/contactusbyemail.aspx. If the information provided does not answer your question, click on "Email Us" at the bottom of the topic page you were looking at to submit your question via email.

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The Office of the Cook County Treasurer will be closed Monday, January 16th in observance of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.
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Click the link for more details and how to register http://ow.ly/6cWv306tcSD
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Sign Up for email Notifications! Join the Cook County Treasurer’s eNotification program designed to keep you advised of important dates and aware of other important property tax information. Visit www.cookcountytreasurer.com and click on the SIGN UP link in the middle of the home page.
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Did you know that In Cook County, the County Treasurer oversees the second-largest property tax collection and distribution system in the United States? Cook County Treasurer Maria Pappas is responsible for:•Printing and mailing bills based on the data provided by other county and state agencies on assessments, exemptions and tax rates;•Collection of $11 billion each year in taxes from the owners of more than 1.7 million parcels of property;•Distribution of the tax funds to approximately 2,200 local government agencies that have the jurisdiction to collect taxes. The agencies include school districts, villages, cities, townships, park and forest preserve systems, libraries, public health and safety agencies, election authorities, economic-development agencies and bonds to pay for public-works projects.
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