Our office has reopened to the public and is following courthouse-wide guidance. While we look forward to resuming in-person services, we still strongly encourage residents to continue utilizing phone, email, and web-based communication to contact us whenever possible.

Patrons of the Peoria County Courthouse will be asked to wear a face-covering and maintain social distancing where possible and may be asked to provide contact information. Please review the Courthouse’s reopening plan for details, or call ahead, before making a trip: Peoria County Courthouse Reopening Guidelines for Public and Staff

Mobile home tax payments should be mailed to the address located on the front of the tax bill. Payments can also be dropped off in the metal envelope repository box located on the back wall of the Courthouse by the turnstile closest to Hamilton St. Receipts will be provided upon request. 

Alternative ways to reach the office are as follows:

The Treasurer will continue to evaluate these restrictions with the goal to return to normal operations as soon as it is safe to do so. Thank you for your patience during this unprecedented time. I look forward to getting back to normal operations.

Nicole Demetreas, Treasurer

Nicole Bjerke
Peoria County Treasurer

The Treasurer is an elected official with a four-year term. The duties of the Treasurer’s Office include receipt, management, and disbursement of public funds, as well as collection, management, and distribution of property taxes levied by various units of local government. The office has the responsibility of collecting real estate taxes two times each year. 

Nicole Bjerke was appointed Peoria County Treasurer in 2017 and was then elected in November 2018. Nicole was previously the Chief Deputy County Treasurer for more than 16 years. Nicole was recently married and changed her name from Demetreas to Bjerke.