Master Plan for City of Geneva - Draft Presented June 2012

The City of Geneva has recently posted a "draft for discussion purposes only" for the Downtown/Station Area Master Plan.  The draft was prepared by Housea/

Lavigne Associates and includes goals, action steps, priority and possible implementation partners.  As the document is intended for discussion purposes, it is important that citizens be 

aware of future planning and provide any input during this stage.

 http://www.hlplanning.com/dnn/LinkClick.aspx?fileticket=%2bZfDVhgB1o0%3d&;tabid=1193&mid=1577

Geneva-Master Plan

City of Geneva Considering Special Fees

In a recent meeting, the City of Geneva announced they are considering special fees to make up extra revenue.  We encourage you to post your comments on both the Chronicle website as well as our GenevaTaxFACTS forum. (Reminder:  in order to post a topic, you will need to create a Forum account.)

Kane County Chronicle January 31, 2012 Article on Special Fees 

City of Geneva Considering Special Fees

In a recent meeting, the City of Geneva announced they are considering special fees to make up extra revenue.  We encourage you to post your comments on both the Chronicle website as well as our GenevaTaxFACTS forum. (Reminder:  in order to post a topic, you will need to create a Forum account.)

Kane County Chronicle January 31, 2012 Article on Special Fees 

City of Geneva

Click here for City of Geneva website as well as Administrative Services contact numbers.

A quick link to important City of Geneva contact numbers.

View Frequently Asked Questions about Geneva Property Taxes

The above link is designed to answer common questions and correct misconceptions about Geneva property tax bills.

Property tax is an important source of revenue for the City of Geneva, the Geneva School District, the Geneva Park District, Geneva Township, Kane County, the Geneva Library System and the local special service areas. This revenue is important to guarantee the continued services of all of these government agencies. Property taxes are especially important in hard economic times such as these, when other revenue sources such as sales taxes have greatly fallen over the last few years.

The City of Geneva has been subject to the Property Tax Extension Law (PTELL), more commonly known as a tax cap, since 1991. This law, passed by the State of Illinois, limits Geneva's ability to raise property taxes to no more than the Consumer Price Index (CPI) or 5%, whichever is lower. Even during good economic times, this law has been in effect and has regulated how much property tax the City can collect.

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