Livingston County Treasurer

112 W. Madison Street, Pontiac, IL 61764
Phone:  (815) 844-2306
Fax:  (815) 842-1548
Hours: Monday – Friday, 8:00 AM – 4:30 PM

The County Treasurer is responsible for receiving county funds and ensuring accurate records of all money, revenue, and funds received. Additionally, the County Treasurer is accountable for managing the Investment Portfolio of most county funds. Other tasks performed by this office include reconciling bank statements with funds, reporting monthly cash transactions by fund, keeping records of and reporting abandoned funds to the state, and updating all banking transactions.

As the County Collector, the role involves various powers and duties. These include preparing tax bills that display each installment of property taxes assessed, mailing these bills 30 days prior to the first installment due date, collecting property taxes, recording and updating payments on the tax record, distributing tax revenue to all taxing districts within the County based on their tax extensions, and collecting delinquent taxes. The office is also responsible for maintaining records of all Mobile Homes in the County and preparing and sending tax bills for these Mobile Homes. The collection and distribution of taxes for Mobile Homes follow a similar process to property taxes.

Payment options are as follows:

– In person at the Treasurer’s office situated at 112 W. Madison St. in Pontiac

– Sent by mail to the Treasurer at P.O. Box 50 Pontiac, IL 61764

– Payments can also be made at various local banks within the county. Please inquire with your bank to confirm their participation in mobile home tax collection this year.

– There are two drop boxes available for payments. One is located at ground level next to the outdoor elevator on the West side of the Historic Courthouse, while the other is situated at the top of the steps on the south side of the Historic Courthouse for after-hour payments.

– Online payments can be made by visiting

Please ensure that you enclose your tax payment stub when submitting your payment. You have various payment options available, including check, cash, money order, cashier’s check, and debit or credit card. Please note that a duplicate bill fee will be charged for individuals who request a duplicate tax bill to be printed.

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