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Location
501 Archer AVE
Marshall,
IL
62441

Real Estate Taxes

Real Estate Tax Inquiry  https://clarkil.devnetwedge.com/

Real Estate tax bills were mailed on July 5, 2022.  All information will be available online July 7, 2022 at the above link.

Real Estate tax due dates are due August 16, 2022 and October 4, 2022.

*To avoid a 1.5% penalty, each installment payment must be made by the above due dates.

*A $25.00 charge applies to any returned check.

 

Payment Locations/ Options:

Clark County Courthouse

Real Estate taxes may be paid in the Clark County Treasurer / Collector’s Office at the Clark County Courthouse located at 501 Archer Avenue, Marshall, IL 62441.

Please use east entrance (6th Street) of courthouse.  Handicap access available at south entrance of courthouse, please ring doorbell for assistance.

Forms of payment accepted:   checks, cashier’s checks, money orders, or cash

Via Participating Banks

Real Estate taxes may be paid at the following participating bank locations:

Casey State Bank – Casey and Martinsville
First Neighbor Bank – Casey
Preferred Bank – Casey

Forms of payment accepted:   checks, cashier’s checks, money orders, or cash

MUST have original tax bill stub to make payment.

Via Internet

Real Estate taxes may be paid online at www.govtechtaxpro.com

Forms of payment accepted:  E-check, credit card, or debit card.

Convenience fees apply to this service, collected by the service company, as follows:

E-Check - $2.00 fee per transaction (multiple tax parcels may be paid in one transaction)
Credit/Debit Card - $1.50 fee plus 2.5% per transaction (multiple tax parcels may be paid in one transaction)

Via Mail

Real Estate taxes may be paid by mail to the following address:

Clark County Treasurer & Collector
Courthouse / 501 Archer Avenue
Marshall, IL 62441

MUST send original tax bill stub with payment.

To avoid a 1.5% penalty, your payment must be postmarked by the due dates listed above.

To receive receipt, you MUST send entire tax bill with self-addressed stamped envelope enclosed.
We will stamp top portion of bill paid and return to you in your self-addressed stamped envelope.

Please contact the Treasurer/Collector’s Office with any questions or to update a mailing address at (217) 826-5721, M-F 8 am - 4 pm.