$16 Annual Increase*


Altogether, that would equal a 0.2527% property tax for Mercer County, and a 0.2513% property tax for Rock Island County.  In other words, households in Mercer County would pay $0.2527 per $100 of their property’s assessed value, and households in Rock Island County would pay $0.2513 per $100 of assessed value.  For a property with a net taxable value of $40,000, for example, the tax increase would equal an additional $16.

*Property with a net taxable value of $40,000, if voters approve levy increase

Voter Information


To vote in Illinois, you must be registered.  Individuals can register online at https://ova.elections.il.gov/ or        in-person at:

Mercer County Clerk's Office
100 SE 3rd St
Aledo, IL 61231

or

Rock Island County Clerk's Office
1504 3rd Ave
Rock Island, IL 61201

After registering, visit your polling place to vote on April 6, 2021

To determine your polling place, enter your residential address at https://ova.elections.il.gov/pollingplacelookup.aspx

For a more detailed explanation of the referendum, visit our FAQ

Tax Referendum April 6, 2021

To address increasing minimum wages, Sherrard Library will be placing a public question on the ballot regarding a tax levy increase. The question (above) will provide voters an opportunity to approve or disapprove of a 0.04% increase toward Sherrard Library’s Corporate Fund, which is allocated for staff wages, the library collection, programs, supplies, and association dues (such as PrairieCat and eBook service participation fees).