Bureau County Appraiser (Illinois)

Search for Bureau County, IL county appraisers. A county appraiser search can provide information on appealing an appraisal, hiring an appraiser, historical appraisal values, property appraisals, property inspections, property improvements, appraisal reports, current owners, former owners, unpaid property taxes, tax liens, foreclosures, potential buyers, and property research.


The Bureau County Assessor helps calculate property taxes by appraising all the taxable property in Bureau County, Illinois. Assessors maintain a number of documents related to property appraisals, including property inspections, buildings, improvements, and renovations, as well as property appraisal reports. Their office also keeps records on Bureau County property tax assessments, current and former owners, the property's size and location, and any unpaid property taxes or tax liens. The Assessor Office provides information on how to hire an independent appraiser, how to appeal Bureau County tax appraisals, and a property's historical appraisal values. These documents can be an important resource for property owners or potential buyers in Bureau County, IL. The Assessor Office may provide access to appraisal records on their website.

Bureau County Assessor's Office Princeton IL 700 South Main Street 61356 815-875-6478

Hall Assessor Spring Valley IL 500 North Terry Street 61362 815-663-1405

Princeton Township Assessor Princeton IL 235 East Railroad Avenue 61356 815-875-4009


The Bureau County Clerk maintains public records for Bureau County, Illinois, including vital records like birth certificates and marriage licenses. They also keep a number of Bureau County property records, which include property appraisals, property inspections, and property tax assessments. These records list the current and former owners, provide details about the property such as its size and location, and show any unpaid Bureau County property taxes or tax liens. The Clerk Office may also provide information on how to appeal a Bureau County property appraisal and how to hire an independent appraiser, as well as a history of the property's appraisal values. These documents are valuable sources of information, particularly for current owners or potential buyers. Property appraisal records may be available to the public on the Clerk Office website.

Bureau County Clerk Princeton IL 700 South Main Street 61356 815-875-2014

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De Pue Village Clerk Depue IL 111 W 2nd St 61322 815-447-2177

Ladd Village Clerk Ladd IL 121 North Main Street 61329 815-894-2440

Spring Valley City Clerk Spring Valley IL 215 North Greenwood Street 61362 815-664-4221


The Bureau County Recorder of Deeds ensures the accuracy of property, land, and property tax records in Bureau County, Illinois. As part of this job, they keep a range of Bureau County real estate and property records for their county. These records include information on property appraisals, including past appraisal values, property improvements and renovations, and Bureau County property tax assessments. The Deeds Recorder also has information on the current and former owners of any property, the property's size and location, and its payment history, such as Bureau County tax liens, unpaid property taxes, or foreclosures. They may also provide information on a property's appraisal values over time. The property appraisal values held by the Recorder of Deeds may be available online.

Bureau County Recorder of Deeds Princeton IL 700 South Main Street 61356 815-875-3239


The Bureau County Building Department creates and enforces building codes and zoning regulations in order to ensure the construction of safe buildings in Bureau County, Illinois. As part of this job, Building Departments maintain a number of property-related records, including information on property appraisals. These records may show past appraisal values, property tax assessments, Bureau County building code violations, and property improvements or renovations. The Bureau County Building Department must certify that building or renovation plans meet local Illinois city and county rules and regulations, and these reports list details about the property, the amount spent on improvements, and any violations, which makes them important sources for potential buyers or current property owners. These records may be available on the Building Department website.

Bureau County Zoning Princeton IL 2 South Main Street 61356 815-879-3381