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Historic Property Exemption

Chief County Assessment Office
Property Tax Relief

Historic Property Exemption

 

Certain owner occupied residences could quality for a preferential assessed value for an eight year period of time if:

  1. The residence is a historic building meaning an owner occupied single family residence or an owner occupied multi family residence and the tract, lot or parcel upon which it is located, if:

    • Individually listed on the National Register of Historic places or the Illinois Register of Historic Places;
    • Individually designated pursuant to an approved county or municipal landmark ordinance; or
    • Within a district listed on the National Register of Historic Places or designated pursuant to an approved county or municipal landmark ordinance.
     
  2. The residence is under substantial rehabilitation meaning interior or exterior rehabilitation work that preserves the historic building in a manner that significantly improves its condition.

For more information regarding the Historic Property Exemption, call the Illinois Historic Preservation Agency ExternalLink.gif at (217) 782-8168.



Larry A. Wilson - Chief County Assessor Click to send e-mail 
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Second Floor - 1504 Third Avenue, Rock Island IL, 61201-8624

Phone: (309) 558-3660     Fax: (309) 558-3658     Hours: 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM - Monday thru Friday