Taxes & Assessments

Tax & Assessment Information


For Tax and Assessment information, please view the GCS website.
For instructions on how to view Real Estate Property Tax information and view/print your tax bill, please view the detailed instructions guide.  

Property Record Data


For Property Record Data, please view Property Information
PLEASE NOTE:  Your computer must support Microsoft Excel to access this document.
 

Guide for Property Owners


The Wisconsin Department of Revenue has prepared a Guide for Property Owners.  This guide provides general information about property assessment and taxation.

Board of Review & Open Book Documents


Please view the documents below for information regarding the Board of Review and Open Book.

Contact Us

  1. Associated Appraisal Consultants, Inc.

    1.800.721.4157
    info@apraz.com

Objection Information

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2016 - Request for Review of Real Estate Assessment
If you feel the assessed value of your property is incorrect, you may ask the Assessor to review the assessment.  In order for the Assessor to properly serve your request, please fill out the Request for Assessment Review form. After you have read the form thoroughly and completed it, please send to Associated Appraisal Consultants, Inc. no later than July 1, 2016 at:

info@apraz.com

OR SEND TO:

Associated Appraisal Consultants, Inc.
1314 W. College Ave

P.O. Box 2111
Appleton, WI 54912


After the form is returned, you will most likely be contacted to set up an appointment for our field appraiser to inspect the property.  When the review is completed, you will be notified by mail of the results.    Any changes to the assessed value will not affect previous taxes in any way.  These changes will only effect the 2016 assessment roll.

Please note that this request for review is not considered a formal objection to your assessment.  If, after the review, you still believe the assessment does not reflect the market value of your property, you must contact the Village Clerk to file a formal written objection and arrange for a hearing before the next Board of Review.