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Reminder: June 1st is the deadline to provide public input on the Plank Road Realignment Study!For more information, please visit: projectmeetingonline.com/dekalb-plank-road/?fbclid=IwAR1YKtYQJctUgn2UaDPTMV9_p5sj_uMEY8eU7PuLKhw3... ... See MoreSee Less
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The DeKalb County Clerk & Recorder's Office is seeking candidates for the position of Deputy Clerk in our Election Division. This is a full-time AFSCME union position 35 hr/wk (Monday-Friday 8:30AM-4:30PM). This position is responsible for maintaining voter registration records, extensive election preparation, customer service, and general office duties. Work is performed under the direction of the Chief Deputy of Elections and the County Clerk & Recorder.If you have additional questions about the duties involved or would like to apply for this position please email County Clerk/Recorder Tasha Sims at tsims@dekalbcounty.org.dekalbcounty.org/job-opportunities/deputy-county-clerk-election-division/ ... See MoreSee Less
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The DeKalb County Highway Department invites you to attend a public meeting (open house format) regarding the planning for the potential realignment of Plank Road (County Highway 15) between IL 23 and Lukens Road in the City of Sycamore and unincorporated Sycamore Township.Public Information Meeting #1 | Thursday, May 18, 2023DeKalb County Legislative Center in the Gathertorium200 N. Main Street, Sycamore, IL 60178You may stop by the Open House anytime between 5 – 7 p.m.At the meeting, you will have the opportunity to:- Learn about the study process- Review preliminary information and data- Identify opportunities for future public involvement- Provide input on transportation issues and concerns- Propose improvements for future studyFor more information, please visit: projectmeetingonline.com/dekalb-plank-road/ ... See MoreSee Less
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The County Farmland Assessment Review will be meeting on Monday, May 22, 2023 at 7:00PM in the Administration Building's Conference Room East. ... See MoreSee Less
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Applications for the 2023 Senior Citizen Assessment Freeze Exemption are available to qualified DeKalb County seniors 65 years of age and older, who have owned and lived in the property as their primary residence for the last two January firsts, and have a total household income of $65,000 or less for 2022.The senior assessment freeze is an exemption that allows qualified senior citizens to freeze their assessment, at a base year value. The exemption is equal to the difference between the current assessed value and the frozen base year value. This exemption freezes the assessed value only, and does not freeze property taxes. Qualifying seniors, filing for the senior freeze exemption are asked to bring the front page of their 2022 (1040) Federal Income Tax form and Schedule 1, if applicable for all household members. If Federal Income Taxes are not filed, the Social Security 1099 statement is required, along with any additional 1099 income statements received for 2022, for all household members.This exemption is not a “pay-back” program, and should not be confused with the Real Estate Tax Deferral Program thru the Treasurer’s office. Deadline to apply for the 2023 senior freeze exemption is July 1, 2023.Please call the Chief County Assessment Office at 815-895-7120 for further information. Office staff is available to help applicants complete the exemption form when filing in person. This form no longer requires a notary. ... See MoreSee Less
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Reminder: June 1st is the deadline to provide public input on the Plank Road Realignment Study!For more information, please visit: projectmeetingonline.com/dekalb-plank-road/?fbclid=IwAR1YKtYQJctUgn2UaDPTMV9_p5sj_uMEY8eU7PuLKhw3... ... See MoreSee Less
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The DeKalb County Clerk & Recorder's Office is seeking candidates for the position of Deputy Clerk in our Election Division. This is a full-time AFSCME union position 35 hr/wk (Monday-Friday 8:30AM-4:30PM). This position is responsible for maintaining voter registration records, extensive election preparation, customer service, and general office duties. Work is performed under the direction of the Chief Deputy of Elections and the County Clerk & Recorder.If you have additional questions about the duties involved or would like to apply for this position please email County Clerk/Recorder Tasha Sims at tsims@dekalbcounty.org.dekalbcounty.org/job-opportunities/deputy-county-clerk-election-division/ ... See MoreSee Less
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The DeKalb County Highway Department invites you to attend a public meeting (open house format) regarding the planning for the potential realignment of Plank Road (County Highway 15) between IL 23 and Lukens Road in the City of Sycamore and unincorporated Sycamore Township.Public Information Meeting #1 | Thursday, May 18, 2023DeKalb County Legislative Center in the Gathertorium200 N. Main Street, Sycamore, IL 60178You may stop by the Open House anytime between 5 – 7 p.m.At the meeting, you will have the opportunity to:- Learn about the study process- Review preliminary information and data- Identify opportunities for future public involvement- Provide input on transportation issues and concerns- Propose improvements for future studyFor more information, please visit: projectmeetingonline.com/dekalb-plank-road/ ... See MoreSee Less
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The County Farmland Assessment Review will be meeting on Monday, May 22, 2023 at 7:00PM in the Administration Building's Conference Room East. ... See MoreSee Less
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Applications for the 2023 Senior Citizen Assessment Freeze Exemption are available to qualified DeKalb County seniors 65 years of age and older, who have owned and lived in the property as their primary residence for the last two January firsts, and have a total household income of $65,000 or less for 2022.The senior assessment freeze is an exemption that allows qualified senior citizens to freeze their assessment, at a base year value. The exemption is equal to the difference between the current assessed value and the frozen base year value. This exemption freezes the assessed value only, and does not freeze property taxes. Qualifying seniors, filing for the senior freeze exemption are asked to bring the front page of their 2022 (1040) Federal Income Tax form and Schedule 1, if applicable for all household members. If Federal Income Taxes are not filed, the Social Security 1099 statement is required, along with any additional 1099 income statements received for 2022, for all household members.This exemption is not a “pay-back” program, and should not be confused with the Real Estate Tax Deferral Program thru the Treasurer’s office. Deadline to apply for the 2023 senior freeze exemption is July 1, 2023.Please call the Chief County Assessment Office at 815-895-7120 for further information. Office staff is available to help applicants complete the exemption form when filing in person. This form no longer requires a notary. ... See MoreSee Less
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