Village second-lowest in County for property taxes
Bourbonnais, IL - While Kankakee County's population continues to drop, the Village of Bourbonnais continues to grow. According to a recent U.S. Census Bureau estimate, the Village of Bourbonnais is the only town in Kankakee County seeing an increase in population, up 4.6 percent since 2010, to 19,485. The official 2010 Census population for the village was previously 18,631.
Amid the population growth, the Village of Bourbonnais remains low in property tax rates. A homeowner who pays a $5,000 property tax bill, pays $260 to the village per year or 5 percent (based on a home value of $167,000). According to the Kankakee County treasurer's office information, this rate is the second-lowest compared to neighboring villages and cities which range from three to 38 percent.
What do homeowners receive for this annual amount?
- Village Beautification
- Street & Road Maintenance
- Street Signage
- Street Cleaning
- Park Maintenance & Village Landscape
- Sewer Maintenance
- Brush Pickup
- Seasonal Mowing
- Seasonal Snow Plowing
- Protecting & Serving the village 24/7/365
- Community Policing Program
- Vehicle Lockouts
- Residential Vacation Watches
- Residential, Business and Church Informational Security Checks
- Community and Civic Engagement
- Accident Reports
- Police Case Reports
- Fingerprinting services
- Alpha Reports
- Funeral Escorts
- Bicycle Registration
Additionally, residents and business owners receive an administration department which oversees and manages the daily operation of the village.
Learn more about Village of Bourbonnais services and property tax information below.
KANKAKEE COUNTY TAX COMPARISONS