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REVENUE
(35 ILCS 200/) Property Tax Code.

35 ILCS 200/27-87

    (35 ILCS 200/27-87)
    Sec. 27-87. Special service areas to protect the health and safety of workers, tenants, and visitors in buildings. A municipality may propose a special service area as provided in this Law for the purpose of providing improvements to any one or more buildings if the improvements are required by municipal ordinance in order to protect the health and safety of workers, tenants, and visitors in the buildings; provided that if the owners of 100% of the number of lots, tracts, and parcels of the real estate that are to be subject to the tax file a petition with the clerk of the municipality agreeing with the establishment of a special service area, then the corporate authorities of the municipality may proceed with the establishment of the special service area. If a petition is not filed or contains an insufficient number of signatures, the corporate authorities of the municipality may not proceed further, and the same establishment of a special service area shall not again be initiated for a period of one year.
(Source: P.A. 94-689, eff. 1-1-06.)

35 ILCS 200/27-90

    (35 ILCS 200/27-90)
    Sec. 27-90. Special service area for privately owned or maintained roads. If at least 30% of the street or road mileage within the corporate limits of a municipality is comprised of streets and roadways not owned or controlled by the municipality or any other unit of government, and if the streets and roadways (including related drainage facilities and appurtenances) provide access for police, fire, and other emergency vehicles, the municipality may propose a special service area as provided in this Law for the purpose of repairing, reconstructing, or maintaining those streets and roadways; provided that if the owners of 51% or more in number of the lots, tracts, and parcels of real estate that are to be subject to the tax file a petition with the clerk of the municipality agreeing with the establishment of a special service area, then the corporate authorities of the municipality shall proceed with the establishment of a special service area. If a petition is not filed or contains an insufficient number of signatures, the corporate authorities of the municipality shall proceed no further and the same establishment of a special service area shall not again be initiated for a period of one year.
(Source: P.A. 90-299, eff. 8-1-97.)

35 ILCS 200/27-93

    (35 ILCS 200/27-93)
    Sec. 27-93. Refunds; special service area fund. If the corporate authorities determine that excess revenues exist in a special service area fund at the end of the life of the special service area and if the option to abate a portion of the final tax levy for the special service area is no longer available, then the excess funds must be refunded to the taxpayers of record for all parcels within the special service area, as of the date the refund is declared, on a pro rata basis based upon each parcel's proportionate share of the total equalized assessed valuation of all parcels within the special service area. In processing the refund, the county or municipality may deduct not more than 5% of the amount declared to be refunded to cover its costs and expenses relative to declaring and making the refund.
(Source: P.A. 92-226, eff. 1-1-02.)

35 ILCS 200/27-95

    (35 ILCS 200/27-95)
    Sec. 27-95. Special service area for privately owned or maintained roads in unincorporated areas.
    (a) If an unincorporated area of a county under township organization in subdivisions initially platted before January 1, 1995 contains at least one mile of streets or roadways situated entirely within a township and not owned by the county or any other unit of government, and if the streets and roadways, including related drainage facilities and appurtenances, provide access for police, fire, and other emergency vehicles, the highway commissioner, upon consultation with the county engineer or county superintendent of highways, may propose a special service area as provided in this Section for the purpose of repairing, reconstructing, or maintaining those streets and roadways, and the corporate authorities of the county within which the streets and roadways are located may levy or impose additional taxes upon property within the area for the provision of special services and for the payment of debt incurred in order to provide those special services; provided that if the owners of 51% or more in the number of the lots, tracts, and parcels of real estate that are to be subject to the tax file a petition with the county clerk agreeing with the establishment of a special service area, then the corporate authorities of the county shall proceed with the establishment of the special service area. If a petition is not filed or contains an insufficient number of signatures, the County Board shall proceed no further and the same establishment of a special service area shall not again be initiated for a period of one year.
    (b) The county engineer or county superintendent of highways may expend county highway funds in providing consultation to a highway commissioner concerning the establishment of a special service area or its administration by the road district.
    (c) The corporate authorities of the county may issue bonds as provided in this Code to fund the provision of special services within the boundaries of the special service area.
    (d) The highway commissioner shall make or let contracts, employ labor, and purchase materials and machinery necessary for repairing, reconstructing, or maintaining streets and roadways within a special service area established as provided in this Section. The cost of these obligations shall be reimbursed by the county with special service area tax revenues or bond proceeds, subject to supervision by the county engineer or county superintendent of highways as provided in the Illinois Highway Code.
    (e) The highway commissioner may propose an increase in the tax rate whenever available funding is or may become insufficient to meet the cost of providing special services under this Section, provided notice is given and new public hearings are held in accordance with Sections 27-30 and 27-35. If a petition by at least 51% of the electors and 51% of the owners of record is filed in accordance with Section 27-55 objecting to a proposed increase in the tax rate, the tax rate shall not be increased, and the road district shall have no further obligation beyond available funding to provide any services for repairing, reconstructing, or maintaining streets and roadways within the special service area. Upon satisfaction of all bonded indebtedness and other obligations incurred in providing the special services, the special service area shall be dissolved.
(Source: P.A. 93-193, eff. 7-14-03.)

35 ILCS 200/Art. 28

 
    (35 ILCS 200/Art. 28 heading)
Article 28. Special Assessment Apportionment Law

35 ILCS 200/28-1

    (35 ILCS 200/28-1)
    Sec. 28-1. Short title. This Article may be cited as the Special Assessment Apportionment Law.
(Source: P.A. 86-1324; 88-455.)

35 ILCS 200/28-5

    (35 ILCS 200/28-5)
    Sec. 28-5. Apportionment upon subdivision. If a special assessment that is payable in installments has been made by any corporate authority, for supplying water, or other corporate purpose, and if all or some of the owner or owners of any parcel of land so assessed desire to subdivide the parcel, and to apportion the assessment and the several installments so that each parcel of the proposed subdivision will bear its just and equitable proportion, it may be done as provided in this Article.
(Source: P.A. 83-345; 88-455.)

35 ILCS 200/28-10

    (35 ILCS 200/28-10)
    Sec. 28-10. Apportionment petition. The owner or owners of the parcel of land shall present to the corporate authority a petition, setting forth:
        (a) The descriptive character of the assessment and
    
the date of the confirmation of the assessment.
        (b) The names of the owners.
        (c) A description of the land proposed to be
    
subdivided, together with the amount of each installment thereon, and the year or years for which the installments are due.
        (d) A plat showing the proposed subdivision.
        (e) The proposed apportionment of the amount of each
    
installment on each lot or parcel according to the proposed subdivision.
    The petition shall be acknowledged in the manner provided for the acknowledgment of deeds.
(Source: P.A. 83-345; 88-455.)

35 ILCS 200/28-15

    (35 ILCS 200/28-15)
    Sec. 28-15. Approval of petition by corporate authority; effect. If the corporate authority is satisfied with the proposed division, it shall cause to be indorsed upon or attached to the petition its approval by its clerk or secretary, under its corporate seal. The approved petition shall be filed and recorded in the office of the county clerk of the county in which the land is situated, and the apportioned assessment shall stand in place of the original assessment and the several amounts so apportioned shall be liens upon the several parcels charged, respectively. For the purpose of collecting the assessment all proceedings shall be had and taken as if the assessment and installments had been made and apportioned in the first instance according to the apportioned description and amounts. The respective owners shall be held to have waived every and all objections to the assessment and the apportionment. This Article does not apply to any parcel of land on which any delinquent installment remains due and unpaid.
(Source: P.A. 83-345; 88-455.)