Vote by Mail Applications will be Mailed
Vote by Mail Applications will be mailed to all DeKalb County, IL registered voters between: July 27th, 2020 and August 1st, 2020.
BALLOTS WILL NOT BE MAILED BEFORE SEPT. 24th 2020
If you choose to participate in voting by mail, please send your application back to the Elections' office as soon as possible. Voting by Mail is not a requirement; voting Early and on Election Day is still available in DeKalb County.
Early Voting begins September 24th in Sycamore and October 19th at our satellite sites. Election Day is Tuesday November 3rd, 2020
Click on this box to pay your 2019 Property Taxes online.
The DeKalb County Administration Building is open but under social distancing rules. Taxpayers can also pay online, through the mail, or at a local bank.
Daily Road Closures of Suydam Road
Suydam Road between Gletty Road and Illinois Route 23 will begin daily closures to through traffic from 8:00am to 3:00pm, On Monday, June 15, 2020 for culvert replacements. Daily closures will continue for approximately three weeks at different locations along this route.
Property Tax Penalty Waiver Application Form
Submit this form WITH your 1st Installment Payment if you pay AFTER the due date of June 5, 2020.
Return Your Census Form Today
It's Census Time and we all have a crucial role to play. Filling out the 2020 Census determines what the next decade will look like for your community: your roads, health care, schools, representation and more. Takes a few minutes by mail, phone or online. http://my2020census.gov
Local Law Enforcement Officials Issue Joint Statement
Local law enforcement leaders in DeKalb County Issue a Joint Press Release in Response to Recent Protests
Senior Assessment Freeze Deadline Extended to October 31st
Due to the Coronavirus pandemic the filing process for renewable exemptions has changed. Forms no longer are required to be notarized and can be mailed in or emailed, along with supporting documentation.
Contact the Assessment Office if you have not yet renewed your Senior Freeze, Disabled Veteran or Disabled Persons Exemptions.
Coronavirus: COVID-19 Latest News!
DeKalb County Government is working to reduce the spread of COVID-19. In an effort to limit exposure to the public and employees, many offices have limited access. We encourage the public to contact individual departments by phone in order to schedule appointments and obtain information on building and office closures. We recognize that the region is operating in phase 3 of Governor Pritzker’s Restore Illinois framework and working toward phase 4.
Sheriff's Office Warns of SCAMS
There have been no reports regarding COVID-19 scams or frauds to the DeKalb County Sheriff's Office. However, Sheriff Scott is alerting citizens to be aware of that possibility.
Never give out your Social Security number over the phone or by email
Help Keep Our Local Businesses Strong
DeKalb County Unites is a small business task force (University & Neighbors) Investing Together for Economic Success