This portal is designed for the electronic submission and retrieval of appeal information. You can use
this portal to submit your completed appeal and for retrieval of all evidence.
The Board of Review Appeal Portal will be
open for appeal submissions from August 10, 2022 through September 12, 2022.
If you are submitting your completed appeal and corresponding evidence in a digital format, you will be required
to register for an account and create a User Name and Password. An incomplete electronic submission may result in the non-acceptance of your
appeal. If you have not submitted your appeal and corresponding evidence utilizing this portal, you will receive a User Name and Password with
your hearing notice/waiver notification to retrieve your evidence.
You will be informed via the hearing notice/waiver notification when your evidence is available for retrieval and
it will be your responsibility to retrieve such evidence.
ATTENTION: Pursuant to Section 7 (e) of the Open Meetings Act, the Will County Board of Review requires that you check the
Board of Review Portal 48 hours prior to your scheduled hearing to ensure that the hearing will be a live hearing. In the event that
the Board chairperson determines that an in-person hearing is not practical, prudent, or unfeasible due to an unforeseen circumstance,
the Board will have a non-interactive hearing in place of your scheduled hearing and the decision will be based on the weight of the
evidence provided. If you do not have computer access, you must call the board office at (815) 740-4661.
In the event that a live hearing is not feasible, you will have the ability to submit
rebuttal to the township assessor and or intervenor evidence via electronic submission of a written brief. This must be submitted 48
hours prior to the non-interactive hearing.
Pursuant to Section 7(e) of the Open Meetings Act, in the event of a disaster Declaration, the Chairperson of the Board of Review
reserves the right to determine whether an in-person meeting is not practical or prudent because of the disaster. In that event,
the procedures outlined in the Open Meetings Act and that section of the act as amended shall be followed.
Please take note:
- If you had an account with our BOR portal prior to 2020, you will be required to re-register. This website was first
launched in 2020 and no previous accounts were carried over. If you utilized this website in 2020 or after, please use your existing username and password.
- If you are an Attorney or a Law Firm filing multiple appeals for clients, you will create one user account for all appeals.
- New Change for 2022: Attorneys and Law Firms MUST use the Board of Review’s most current version of the "Verification of
Authority to represent Owner(s) of Real Property" form when submitting an appeal. Failure to utilize the most
current form will result in an INSUFFICIENT APPEAL. You may download the form here:
Verification of Authority to represent Owner(s) of Real Property Form
- If you are filing a residential appeal, you may waive your in-person hearing if you so choose by signing the "affidavit of hearing waiver". You will
NOT be able to waive your hearing after you submit your application. You will be
required to appear at your hearing in person.
- When submitting an appeal, be sure to include a written argument regarding your complaint.
- If you have further questions regarding the submission of your appeal, you may call or schedule an appointment with a Will County Supervisor of Assessments
staff member at (815) 740-4661.
- If you need assistance with navigating this portal, please see the
appropriate quick-start guide
- Please arrive at least 15 minutes before your scheduled hearing to allow ample time to pass through security when entering the building.