Clair County has the 23rd highest property tax rate. Compared to the state average of 2.02%, homeowners pay an average of 0.00% more. Put another way, if you live in St. Clair County, you can expect to pay $20.20 for every $1,000 of real estate value, or 2.02%.
Where can I pay my St Clair County property taxes?
You may pay your real estate taxes by mail, at the St. Clair County Treasurer’s Office, or at many financial institutions (complete list below) throughout the county. You can pay your taxes in person by cash, check, money order, or cashiers check.
How do I get a copy of my Illinois property tax bill?
If your property tax is paid through your mortgage, you can contact your lender for a copy of your bill. You may also get this number from your county assessor’s office.
How much are taxes in Upper St Clair?
Earned Income and Net Profits Tax is a 1.3% (0.8% Township; 0.5% School District) tax on earned income and compensation (W-2 income from salaries or wages) and net profits from a business, profession, farm, or rental property (Federal Schedules C, E, F, and K-1 1065) and other forms of earned income as defined by the