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COVID-19 Department Procedures


***LIMITED SERVICES RESULTING FROM COVID-19 PANDEMIC***


CITIZENS NEEDING TO ACCESS THE ST. CLAIR COUNTY TREASURER'S SERVICES BEGINNING MONDAY, MARCH 23, 2020, CAN DO SO THE FOLLOWING WAYS:

MOBILE HOME TAX PAYMENTS:  The due date for mobile home tax bills is June 5.  During this time citizens are encouraged to mail their payment to St. Clair Count Collector, 10 Public Sq., Belleville IL 62220-1623.   Citizens can visit www.scctreasurer.com to view their tax amounts and payment status.

MOBILE HOME TAX CERTIFICATIONS:  Citizens needing a Mobile Home Tax Certification should call our office (618) 825-2707, to schedule an appointment and discuss their options.  Citizens are reminded that all the Secretary of State's locations are closed through March 31st.

PREVIOUS YEAR REAL ESTATE TAX PAYMENTS:  Citizens wishing to get a receipt for their previous property tax payments can print copies of their payments by visiting www.scctreasurer.com.  Be sure to change the year to 2018.  2018 taxes were paid in 2019.


I encourage anyone with questions to contact my office at treasurer@co.st-clair.il.us or (618) 825-2707 during normal business hours of 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Monday - Friday.  



Search your real estate tax information using the Parcel Search Page. ​

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          Andrew Lopinot                                     
          St. Clair County Treasurer 
 
 
The Treasurer's Office is responsible to safeguard, maintain and invest more than $185 million in County funds.   

Our commitment is to provide excellence in public services. The St. Clair County Treasurer’s office exists simply as a resource which enables the public to benefit from the tax dollars they are required to pay.
 
Our goals include:
Maintaining professional courtesy and integrity;
Having a proactive attitude in raising technical or business related issues;
Insuring that all County money is secure, liquid as needed and invested at a fair market or higher rate.
Holding all tax money prior to distribution at fair market or higher rates;

Providing more information about property tax exemptions, programs and procedures.