(35 ILCS 200/3-40)
Compensation of supervisors of assessments.
(a) A supervisor of assessments shall receive annual compensation in an
amount fixed by the county board subject to the following minimum amounts:
In counties with less than 14,000 inhabitants, not
In counties with 14,000 or more but less than 30,000
inhabitants, not less than $8,000;
In counties with 30,000 or more but less than 60,000
inhabitants, not less than $9,000;
In counties with 60,000 or more but less than 100,000
inhabitants, not less than $10,000;
In counties with 100,000 or more but less than
200,000 inhabitants, not less than $11,500;
In counties with 200,000 or more but less than
300,000 inhabitants, not less than $13,000;
In counties with 300,000 or more but less than
1,000,000 inhabitants, not less than $15,000.
For purposes of this subsection, the number of inhabitants shall be
determined by the latest Federal decennial or special census of the county.
(b) Elected supervisors of assessments who began a term of office
before December 1, 1990 shall be compensated at the rate of their base
salary. "Base salary" is the compensation paid for their position before July
(c) Elected supervisors of assessments beginning a term of office
on or after December 1, 1990 shall, beginning December 1, 1993, receive their
base salary plus at least 12% of base salary.
Any supervisor of assessments who has been presented a Certified Assessing
Evaluator Certificate by the International Association of Assessing Officers
shall receive an additional compensation of $500 per year to be paid out of
funds appropriated to the Department from the Personal Property Tax Replacement Fund.
The salary set by the county board shall be paid in equal monthly
installments out of the treasury of the county in which he or she is appointed
or elected. If the Department has determined that the total assessed value of
property in a county, as equalized by the supervisor of assessments under
Section 9-210, is between 31 1/3% and 35 1/3% of the total fair cash value of
property in the county, subject to appropriation, the Department shall reimburse the county
monthly from the Personal Property Tax Replacement Fund 50% of the amount of salary the county paid to
the officer for the preceding month.
The county board shall provide necessary office space for the officer and pay
all necessary expenses of the office out of the county treasury.
Each supervisor of assessments may, with the advice and consent of the county
board, appoint necessary deputies and clerks, their compensation to be fixed by
the county board and paid by the county.
(Source: P.A. 97-72, eff. 7-1-11.)