Marion County Tax Rate (Illinois)

Marion County Clerk Offices maintain public records for a county or local government, including information on local taxes in Illinois. As part of this responsibility, they maintain tax rate information on property taxes, business taxes, and other local Marion County taxes. They may also provide online tax records, online payment for taxes, and tax bill due date information. Clerk Offices can provide information on setting up a tax payment plan, appealing a tax assessment, or applying for tax relief. They also keep records on changes to Marion County tax rates. The Clerk Office website provides tax rate information and services.

Centralia City Clerk Centralia IL 361 East 17th Street 62801 618-532-1138

Marion County Clerk Salem IL PO Box 637 62881 618-548-3400


Marion County Town and City Halls provide municipal services, including information on tax rates and other tax services in Illinois. The Town or City Hall may play a role in setting Marion County tax rates, including property tax rates, business tax rates, sales tax rates, use tax rates, local income tax rates, and other local taxes. They may also provide online tax records, tax bill due dates, and information on setting up a tax payment plan or appealing a Marion County tax assessment. They also maintain records on changes to tax rates. The Town or City Hall website provides more information on tax rates.

Kinmundy City Hall Kinmundy IL 115 West 3rd Street 62854 618-547-3221

Sandoval City Hall Sandoval IL 132 East Commercial Avenue 62882 618-247-3845

Marion County Assessor Offices calculate the value of all property in their jurisdiction in order to assess property taxes in Illinois. The property tax rate is typically applied to the Assessor's property appraisal report, often with a formula. Assessors may provide tax rate information, including how to calculate Marion County property taxes, property tax bills, and property assessment reports. They may also provide information on Marion County property tax appeals, including the process for appealing a property assessment. Assessors also provide tax bill due dates, information about tax payment plans, and records on unpaid property taxes, which may be available online.

Marion County Assessor's Office Salem IL 100 East Main Street 62881 618-548-3853


Marion County Treasurer and Tax Collector Offices collect taxes for a county or local government, often in the form of property taxes in Illinois. They also provide tax rate information, including tax rates for Marion County property taxes, business taxes, sales tax, and other local taxes. Treasurer and Tax Collector Offices may also provide information on tax deductions, tax incentives, and property tax rate appeals. Their Marion County tax rate resources include tax bill due date information, tax payment plans, and tax refund forms. Treasurer and Tax Collector Offices often provide tax rate resources on their website.

Marion County Treasurer's Office Salem IL 100 East Main Street 62881 618-548-3858


Marion County Mayor Offices provide a range of municipal services to their community, including playing a role in setting tax rates and providing tax services in Illinois. The Mayor Office may set Marion County property tax rates, business tax rates, sales tax rates, use tax rates, local income tax rates, and other local taxes. Mayors may also provide online tax records, tax bill information, and assistance setting up a Marion County tax payment plan or appealing a tax assessment. They also keep records on changes to local tax rates. The Mayor Office website provides additional information on tax rates.

Sandoval Mayor Sandoval IL 1106 Adams Avenue 62882 618-532-2941