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Robin L. Brunschon-Chief County Assessment Officer

Administration Building - Sycamore Campus

110 East Sycamore Street, Sycamore, IL 60178

Hours: 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Phone: 815-895-7120

FAX: 815-895-1684

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After you are in the system, make sure that you change TAX YEAR to the CURRENT YEAR!


DeKalb CCAO Mission Statement: Our goal here at the DeKalb Chief County Assessment Office, is to provide to the constituents of DeKalb County accurate, efficient, and timely assessments of property valuation. In order to achieve this goal, the Chief County Assessment Office serves the resident taxpayers of DeKalb County with assessing their property value in accordance with the Property Tax Code (35ILCS200).


What we do for DeKalb County:

  • Assemble township assessors for instruction on the assessment process
  • Prepare and maintain tax maps and parcel ownership information
  • Receive and analyze township assessment rolls
  • Equalize assessments within the county or any area therein
  • Apply various exemptions to homestead properties
  • Publish the assessment roll for each township in general reassessment year (quadrennial year)
  • Provide mailed notice to owners of property which has been reassessed or changed by the Township Assessor , CCAO or Mapping Department
  • Certify assessment roll to the Board of Review
  • Report statistical abstracts to the Illinois Department of Revenue
  • Serve as Clerk of the Board of Review; act as chairman of the County Farmland Assessment Review Committee. The committee consists of 5 Members: three farmers, appointed by the County Board Chairman, Chairman of the Board of Review, and the CCAO.