Amy Dimas March, Stickney Township Assessor

Amy Dimas March
Stickney Township Assessor

"As Township Assessor I do not assess the value of properties for tax purposes, but I can be your advocate or middle man to help you address assessment issues you feel you may have."

The Assessor's Office is located at 6721 W 40th Street, Stickney, Illinois, 60402.

The Main Offce hours are from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM, Monday through Friday.
Please note that due to COVID concerns all in person meetings are by appointment only.

Phone: 708-788-9100

Stickney Township Assessor

Appeals Deadline February 28, 2023 Flyer

First Installment Cook County Property Taxes due date pushed to April 3

Cook County property owners will have an extra month to pay their First Installment property taxes this year, and their bills are already available online.

Governor J.B. Pritzker signed HB 5189 into law last month making Monday, April 3, 2023, the new due date. Property taxes are mailed twice a year. First Installment bills are usually due on March 1, and are 55% of the previous year’s total amount.

“Delaying a month is the right thing to do in order to give taxpayers some breathing room after Second Installment bills were late last year,” said Cook County Treasurer Maria Pappas. “Many people continue to struggle financially amid high inflation.”

First Installment bills will be mailed out in late February or early March but bills are available right now at for payment or viewing.

To make a payment or download a copy of your tax bill, visit

  • Select the blue box labeled “Pay Online for Free”
  • Search by property address or enter your Property Index Number
  • There is no fee if you pay from your bank account
  • Payments made at before 11:59 p.m. on April 3 will be recorded as on time.
  • Partial payments are accepted. Late payments are charged 1.5 percent per month, as required by Illinois law.

    Services Offered By The Assessor

    The Township Assessor’s office is available to assist you in many areas related to your property tax assessments. The Assessor will help Township residents better understand the assessment process and take advantage of money saving exemptions provided to all those who qualify.

    You will receive help in completing exemption applications, filing property tax appeals, completing name-change requests for the County Treasurer’s office and many more services.

    Our office provides the following services and many more to all township residents:

  • Complete name and/or address changes and property location corrections.
  • Assist residents in analyzing their Assessed value to ensure their property is not overvalued or undervalued.
  • If formal appeal is warranted due to inaccuracies, we will complete all forms, and file them with the cook county assessor’s office.
  • If an appeal is denied by the cook county assessor’s office, we will help prepare and submit documentation for the appeal process through the cook county board of review, and the property tax appeals board.
  • Complete and file senior homestead exemption applications and senior assessment freeze exemption applications.
  • Assist new residents in applying for a homeowner exemption.
  • Assist taxpayers in applying for the disabled persons’ Homeowner exemption and the returning veterans’ exemption.
  • Provide assessment information, property ownership, sales data, and permanent index number inquiries to residents, realtors, banks, attorneys, and appraisers.
  • Links

    The following links can provide Stickney Township property owners with real estate property tax information.

    Cook County Assessor's Offce (CCAO)

    Cook County Board of Review (BOR)

    Cook County Treasurer's Offce

    Cook County Recorder of Deeds

    The Property Tax Appeal Board of Illinois (PTAB)

    Cook County Property Tax Portal