Real Property Lister Office


The Real Property Lister is responsible for the county's real property listing and associated assessment functions, supplying parcel based land information to both land information professionals and to the general public.

It also reviews parcel mapping activities, acts as a repository for the County Surveyor files and operats as a liaison between the county and the Wisconsin Department of Revenue.
   Effective July 1, 2013 The Real Property Lister Office will begin using a new form for condonimium reviews.  The fee for reviewing condominiums will remain at $45.00 per plat.  A sample of the new review form is available below. 

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION CONTACT:
Washington County Real Property Lister
432 East Washington Street
Room 2040
West Bend WI, 53095
Telephone: 262.335.4370


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Although provided for by statue, no county in Wisconsin operates a County Assessor Office. Property valuation is handled at the local level. However in Wisconsin the County Real Property Lister maintains a substantial amount property information at the county level.

Information such as assessed values of real estate and improvements and personal property values along with school district and special districts are kept and maintained on each parcel. Additionally the Real Property Lister maintains, information concerning changes in ownership, property splits, address changes, recording information of deeds, parcel history and legal descriptions. We are able to access this information if provided an owner's name, property address or Parcel Identification Number (PIN). However for faster service please try:

  • Washington County's Tax and Assessment Information
  • More specific information on individual parcels (such as square footage of building, date built, etc.) may be available from the individual assessors. This information is available for many of Washington County's communities at the following site:

  • Assessor Data.org

  • FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION CONTACT:
    Washington County Real Property Lister
    432 East Washington Street
    Room 2040
    West Bend WI, 53095
    Telephone: 262.335.4370


    THE ASSESSMENT PROCESS

    What is a revaluation?

    A revaluation is a complete and thorough review of all assessments. During a revaluation all assessments are examined and adjustments are made where necessary to guarantee that all property is assessed at market value. This is done to assure that taxes are distributed equitably and uniformly. Wisconsin Law requires all municipalities to assess property at market value at least once every five years.

    What is the assessor's role?
    The assessor is a State certified individual whose duties are to discover, list and place a value on all taxable real and personal property in the municipality, in a uniform manner. The assessor is not involved in the collection of property taxes.

    How does the assessor value property?
    Wisconsin Law requires that property assessments be based on fair market value. Estimating the market value of your property is a matter of determining the price a typical buyer would pay for it in its present condition. Some factors the assessor considers are: what similar properties are selling for, what it would cost to replace your property, the rent it may earn, and any other factors that affect value.
    IT IS IMPORTANT TO REMEMBER THAT THE ASSESSOR DOES NOT CREATE THIS VALUE, BUT RATHER INTERPRETS WHAT IS HAPPENING IN THE MARKET PLACE.

    What is Market value?
    Market value is defined as the amount a typical, well-informed purchaser would be willing to pay for a property. The seller and buyer must be unrelated, the seller must be willing, but not under pressure to sell and the buyer must be willing, but not under any obligation to buy. The property must be on the market for a reasonable length of time, the payment must be in cash or its equivalent, and the financing must be typical for that type of property. If all of these conditions are present, this would be a market value, arm's-length sale.

    Can the assessment on my property be changed even if the assessor has not been inside my property?
    To make a proper assessment on a building, it is desirable for the assessor to see the inside and outside of the property. The law requires that the property be valued from actual view or the best information available. The assessor keeps records on the physical characteristics of each property in the municipality. Even though the assessor may have been unable to go through your property, the assessment will still be reviewed, based on the existing records and the sales of similar properties.

    Will I be penalized if I don't let the assessor in when an inspection is requested?
    When an interior inspection is not allowed, the assessor will attempt to update the records by looking at the property from the outside and using any other available information. To ensure an accurate assessment, it is to your advantage to allow the assessor inside your property when an inspection is requested. By denying an inspection, you may lose the right to appeal your assessment to the Board of Review.

    I have recently built a new home. Will the construction costs be considered?
    Your construction cost is an historical figure which may or may not reflect the current market value of your property. It is only one element that will be considered.

    What will happen to my assessment if I improve my property?
    Generally speaking, improvements that increase the market value of a property will increase the assessed value. The following are typical items that will increase the assessed value or your property:
    • Added rooms or garages
    • Replacing older siding with aluminum or vinyl siding
    • Substantial modernization of kitchens or baths
    • Central air conditioning
    • Fireplaces
    • Extensive remodeling

    Will my assessment go up if I repair my property?
    Good maintenance will help retain the market value of your property. Generally, your assessment will not be increased for individual minor repairs such as those that follow; however, a combination of several of these items could result in an increased assessment.
    Replacing concrete walks and driveways
    Replacing gutters and downspouts
    Replacing hot water heater
    Repairing or replacing roof
    Repairing porches and steps
    Repairing original siding
    Patching or repairing walls and ceilings
    Exterior Painting
    Replacing electrical fixtures
    Replacing furnace
    Exterior awnings and shutters
    Exterior stripping, screens, storm windows, doors
    Exterior landscaping including lawns, shrubbery, trees, flowers

    How can my assessment change when I haven't done anything to my property?
    General economic conditions such as interest rates, inflation rates, supply and demand, and changes in tax laws, will influence the value of real estate. As property values change in the market place, those changes must be reflected on the assessment roll.

    Do all assessments change at the same rate?
    There are differences between individual properties and between neighborhoods. In one area the sales may indicate a substantial increase in value in a given year. In another neighborhood there may be no change in value, or even a decrease in property values. Different types of properties within the same Neighborhood may also show different value changes. For example, one-story houses may be in more demand than two-story houses, or vice-versa. Older homes in the same area may be rising in value more slowly than newer homes.

    There are numerous factors to be considered in each property which will cause the values to differ. Some of the factors which can affect value are location, condition, size, quality, number of baths, basement finish, garages, and many others.

    Will I be notified if there is a change in my assessment?
    Wisconsin law requires that whenever an assessment is increased, the owner must be notified.

    How do I know if my assessment is correct?
    You should first attempt to decide for yourself what your property is worth. This can be done by looking at area sales, contacting appraisers, and comparing assessments of similar homes. Sales and assessment information is available in the Assessor's office and the Real Property Lister Office which is open to the public for review during regular office hours.

    THE APPEAL PROCESS

    What if I don't agree with my assessment?
    Talk with the assessor. During this informal session you can learn how your assessment was made, what factors were considered, and what type of records are kept regarding your property.

    After this review, if I still think the assessment is incorrect, what can I do?
    You should arrange to appear at the Board of Review. The municipal clerk will provide you with an objection form that you must complete. You will then be scheduled for a hearing at the Board of Review.

    What is the Board of Review?
    The Board of Review is made up of either local officials or citizens appointed by the governing body. It is the Board's duty to hear evidence by the taxpayer and the assessor and to decide if the assessment is correct.

    What evidence do I need to present to the Board of Review?
    State law puts the burden of proof on the property owner to show that the assessment is incorrect. Keep in mind that your evidence must be strong enough to prove that the assessor's value is incorrect. Only relevant testimony given at the hearing will be considered by the Board. STATING THAT PROPERTY TAXES ARE TOO HIGH IS NOT RELEVANT TESTIMONY. You should establish in your own mind what you think your property is worth. The best evidence for this would be recent sales prices for properties similar to yours. The closer in proximity and similarity, the better the evidence. Another type of evidence is oral testimony from a witness who has made a recent appraisal of your property.

    What happens after the Board of Review makes its decision?
    The Board will either give or mail you a notice of its decision. If you do not agree with the Board's determination, the notice will contain information on how you may appeal the Board's decision.

    How will my taxes change as a result of the new assessment?
    Though the value of your property affects your share of taxes, the actual amount you pay is determined by the budget needs of the schools, city, county, sewer district, technical college, and state reforestation. All of these taxing units decide what services they will provide in the coming year and how much money they will need to provide those services. Once this decision is made, a tax rate is adopted that will generate the needed dollars.
    Your property taxes are then determined by multiplying the tax rate by your assessment.

    Assessed Value
    1000 X Tax Rate = Taxes

    Although your tax payments are made to the Treasurer, a large share of your tax dollars are turned over to other governmental units such as the schools, county, sewer district and the state.

    GLOSSARY

    ASSESSED VALUE: An estimate of value assigned to taxable property by the assessor for purpose of taxation.

    MARKET VALUE: The amount a typical, well-informed purchaser would be willing to pay for a property. For a sale to represent market value, the seller must be willing (but not under pressure) to sell, and the buyer must be willing (but not under any obligation) to buy. The property must be on the market for a reasonable length of time, the payment must be in cash or its equivalent, and the financing must be typical for that type of property.

    REVALUATION: Placing new values on all taxable property for purposes of a new assessment.

    TAX BASE: The total assessed value of all assessments in the municipality.

    TAX LEVY: The total amount of property tax money that a taxing unit (such as the schools, city, county, etc.) needs to raise to provide services.

    TAX RATE: The tax levy divided by the tax base. It is often expressed in terms of dollars per hundred or dollars per thousand. The tax rate is multiplied by the assessed value to determine the amount of tax that each property must pay.

    DATES TO REMEMBER

    January 1st - The assessment date - All property is asessed as it existed on this date.

    March 1st - Last day to file Personal Property returns.

    2nd Monday in May - The Board of Review meets. (Check with the clerk or assessor for exact dates.)

    January 31st - Full payment of taxes due OR if paying in installments, due date of first tax installment payment.


    Since 2003, the Real Property Lister Office has conducted a biennial survey of its customers. These comments provide valuable feedback regarding the operations and the delivery of services to users of the Real Property Lister Office. Your comments are important. Comments from previous surveys shaped the land information pages of Washington County's website and improved the services delivered by the Real Property Lister.

    Your experiences and opinions will shape the direction of the Real Property Lister Office over the next two years. Please take a moment and tell us how we are performing and how to make what we do better.

    http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/DKN6VYZ


    Washington County Tax Maps

    The office of the Real property Lister is responsible for maintaining parcel maps that are used in the assessment/taxation process. The maps accessible below, created with the assistance of the Geographic Information Systems Division, reflect 2014 tax parcels and do not include parcel splits that have occurred since January 1. Please see the Washington County interactive mapping application for current parcel information.

    Following the link for a given township will bring up a list of section and/or quarter section maps for that township. All maps are in .pdf format and require the free Adobe Reader to view. Native map size is 36" x 40".

      The maps included on this site should not be used for legal, survey, engineering, financial, tax or other professional advice. If specific or precise information is required, you should always use the original recorded documents, surveys, plats, flood insurance studies, or other official means. Washington County specifically disclaims liability for damages of any kind resulting from the misuse or misrepresentation of any information contained herein.

    Washington County is not responsible for the tax listing or mapping of City of West Bend parcels. West Bend tax maps can be viewed on the City website. The tax maps for all other Washington County communities are included below.

    T09N R18E Town of Erin
    T09N R19E Village of Richfield(Part)
    T09N R20E Town of Germantown and Village of Germantown
    T10N R18E City of Hartford, Town of Hartford and Village of Slinger(Part)
    T10N R19E Town of Polk, Village of Jackson(Part), Village of Richfield(Part), and Village of Slinger(Part)
    T10N R20E Town of Jackson and Village of Jackson(Part)
    T11N R18E Town of Addison
    T11N R19E Town of Barton(Part), City of West Bend(Part), and Town of West Bend
    T11N R20E Village of Newburg, Town of Tenton, and City of West Bend(Part)
    T12N R18E Town of Wayne
    T12N R19E Town of Barton(Part), Town of Kewaskum, and Village of Kewaskum
    T12N R20E Town of Farmington

    Wisconsin offers incentives for property owners to manage their forest lands using sustainable management practices.

    Forest Tax Laws

    DNR Foresters

    Forestry Assistance Locator

    State Statutes Regarding Forest Crop Lands


    The dates of upcoming Sheriff Sales can be found at the following page;

    Surveyors working in Washington County are required by state statue to file with the County Surveyor copies of plats they create in the course of their work. The Real Property Lister Office archives these plats for the County Surveyor. If you wish to learn if a survey is available for a particular property please visit the following link:

    Survey Search

    FOR ADDTIONAL INFORMATION CONTACT:
    Washington County Real Property Lister
    432 East Washington Street
    Room 2040
    West Bend WI, 53095
    Telephone: 262.335.4370


    Washington County's Real Property Lister is making available property sales information. This information is presented as a downloadable PDF document. Created from data gathered from the Real Estate Transfer Form (RETF), the report contains almost all recorded sales in Washington County. Sales not requiring the use of the Real Estate Transfer Form (RETF) or those not recorded in the Register of Deeds are not included in the report.


    Disclaimer


    Washington County makes every effort to keep information on this site accurate and up to date. The information is subject to change without notice. All information is supplied “as is”. We do not certify the authenticity or accuracy of any information. No warranties, express or implied, are made regarding accuracy, completeness, suitability, legality, reliability or usefulness of any information on this site.

    The use of information on this site is solely at your own risk and without our liability of any kind. In no event shall Washington County be liable for any damages, whatsoever, whether direct, consequential, incidental, special or any claim for attorney fees, arising out of the use or inability to use the information provided.


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    What information is Available from the Real Property Lister?

    • Accurate legal descriptions
    • Ownership information
    • Parcel numbers
    • Addresses
    • Real estate transfers
    • Property values
    • Acerage and taxation district information

    Also available from the Real Property Lister are property Surveys for many parcels in Washington County.
    Addtionally parcel maps are also available.

    What are the Costs for this Information?
    Copies of parcel maps and surveys (if available):

    • $.50 per sheet
    • Large copies are available for a cost of $2.00 per linear foot
    • Mailing Labels: $.02 per label, $10.00 minimum
    • Assessment Rolls: $.20 per sheet, $10.00 minimum

    Condominium Review
    The Real Property Lister prior to recording of a condominium, must review new condominium plats. The fee for this review is $45.00

    FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION CONTACT:
    Washington County Real Property Lister
    432 East Washington Street
    Room 2040
    West Bend WI, 53095
    Telephone: 262.335.4370


    Now available in a downloadable .PDF format, the 2014 Real Property Lister Annual Report containing statistics for the year 2013. In this report are statistics on the activity level of the Real Property Lister Office, a summary of the 2013 Assessed values for Washington County and statistical information regarding the 2012 real estate sales in the county.

    2014-report.pdf

    What information do you have?
    This Office maintains data regarding property values for all assessable properties, both real and personal in Washington County. Also maintained in this Office is a large portion of the County's Land Information System. This includes review of the parcel mapping plus the collection and management of survey plats. Included in this information are a variety of other items useful to surveyors, attorneys and other users of land information.

    What is the difference between real and personal property?
    Under Wisconsin Law, real property or real estate includes not only that land itself but all buildings and improvements thereon. Personal property includes all goods, wares merchandise, chattels and effects having any real or marketable value and not included under real property. See Chapter 70.03 and 70.04 of the Wisconsin Statutes for a more complete explanation.

    What information is available on property in Washington County and is it public?
    Almost all information in the Real Property Lister is available to the public. A query on any parcel of land will reveal its owner, type of ownership interest, physical and mailing address, brief legal description, assessed value and parcel history. Additionally parcel maps are available and, if filed, any plats of survey. Assessed values for properties will be made available after approval by the appropriate "Board of Review."

    What format is your information in?
    Besides the standard hard copy products of maps and assessment rolls, the Land Information has information in digital form. Washington County uses ESRI products. For further information on obtaining these types of files please contact the Geographic Information Systems Division of the Planning and Parks Department.

    How can I find out who owns a particular parcel of land and how much they paid for it?
    Ownership information can be found using the Office records or the country's Interactive Mapping Application. These records are indexed by parcel number and cross-referenced by owner name and physical address (if assigned). You may also use the County's parcel maps to assist any research if only a geographic area is known. The sale price of a property may be found by either consulting our list of sales or by calculating the sale price using the transfer fee. Sale prices are not available for properties not requiring a transfer fee.

    My neighbor and I disagree on our common parcel line what can I do?
    You may research our records and those of the REGISTER OF DEEDS for any available information related to the problem. If research fails to clarify the situation you may need to seek the help of a title company, a land surveyor and or an attorney. It must be remembered that the Real Property Lister staff are not surveyors or attorneys and as such can not give legal advice nor can we recommend a specific professional for services.

    How do I combine two parcels of land or split a parcel into two parcels?
    A form is available in the Real Property Lister that will help guide you through the split combination process. This form will put you in contact with local officials who can advise you on the requirements for such actions in your community. The splitting or combining of parcels may require the use of a Quit Claim Deed, depending on how the title to the property was originally deeded.

    Does the creation of a Certified Survey Map (CSM) convey title?
    No, the creation of a Certified Survey Map does not transfer title to property. It reconfigures the shape or size of the parcel. A CSM, or for that matter both Subdivision or Condominium plats can in fact co-mingle interests in property. This can be intentional or accidental. It may be necessary to clarify interest by the use of a Quit Claim Deed.

    How do I remove, change or add a name from the tax bill?
    The Real Property Lister is required to show an owner's name and legal description as shown on the latest records in the Register of Deeds. In the case of a divorce the preferred method is to have a Quit Claim Deed between the grantor and the grantee. Property owned by a surviving spouse or remainderman, (interest holder) can be transferred by using the Termination of Joint Tenancy form. If your name has changed, it is not always necessary to have a Quit Claim Deed issued to the individual with the new name. In order to add an additional name and subsequently vest that person with an interest in the property, it will be necessary to issue a Quit Claim Deed.

    Adverse Possession, what is it and how does it work?
    Adverse possession is a means by which property with a "clouded" or unclear title may be cleared and claimed legitimately by an individual. It is a term that is often used but frequently misunderstood. There are several ways in which adverse possession may be used, but all applications of adverse possession must meet the following criteria:

    1. Exclusive, the claimant must be the exclusive possessor and to have actually entered the property.
    2. Open and notorious, the claim must be public and known.
    3. Adverse, the claim must be adverse to another's claim
    4. Hostile, the claimant must have actively exerted the claim.
    5. Continuous, the claim must have been made for a specific period of time.

    The recording of a "Notice of Adverse Possession" in the Register of Deeds does not convey title to the claimant but it does begin the clock to tick regarding any specific period of time. The only way a claim of adverse possession can be granted is either by agreement between the parties involved or by a court order. If a claim of adverse possession is to be used it is always advisable to seek legal assistance.

    FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION CONTACT:
    Washington County Real Property Lister
    432 East Washington Street
    Room 2040
    West Bend WI, 53095
    Telephone: 262.335.4370


    CHANGING YOUR MAILING ADDRESS

    If you desire to change the mailing address for your Assessment Notices or Tax Bills, please contact the Real Property Lister Office.

    Washington County is unable to mail multiple notices or tax bills for a property.

    FOR ADDTIONAL INFORMATION CONTACT:
    Washington County Real Property Lister
    432 East Washington Street
    Room 2040
    West Bend WI, 53095
    Telephone: 262.335.4370


    Wisconsin law allows the assessment of land classified as agricultural to be valued by its use rather its market value. When land classified as agricultural sells and remains in an agricultural use as defined by rule, there is no penalty. When land that is classified as agricultural changes use and is no longer eligible for agricultural classification the property owner is subject to a penalty under sec. 74.485. Land changing from agricultural to undeveloped, agricultural forest, productive forest land, or other is not subject to penalty. Under sec. 74.485(9), the county administers the penalty. For further explanation of the penalty, please visit this page on the Wisconsin Department of Revenue Web Site USE-VALUE ASSESSMENT COMMOM QUESTIONS.

    How Do I Know if My Property Qualifies for Use Value?

    As a rule of thumb, if the land is used to raise anything that is eaten or milked, or eaten by something that is either eaten or milked, it may qualify for Use Value Assessment, please contact your assessor for a determination.

    FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION CONTACT:
    Washington County Real Property Lister
    432 East Washington Street
    Room 2040
    West Bend WI, 53095
    Telephone: 262.335.4370


    Town of Addison
    Amy Toporski, Associated Appraisal
    1314 W. College Ave.
    Appleton, WI 54914-4973
    Telephone: 800.721.4157
    Fax: 920.731.4158

    Town of Barton
    Michael Grota, Grota Appraisals
    N88 W16573 Main Street
    Menomonee Falls, WI 53051
    Telephone: 262.253.1142
    Fax: 262.253.4098

    Town of Erin
    Michael Grota, Grota Appraisals
    N88 W16573 Main Street
    Menomonee Falls, WI 53051
    Telephone: 262.253.1142
    Fax: 262.253.4098

    Town of Farmington
    Accurate Appraisal
    1428 Midway Road, PO Box 415
    Menasha, WI 54952-0415
    Telephone: 800.770.3927
    Fax: 920.749.8099

    Town of Germantown
    Layton S. Schultz
    N47 W31143 Hill Street
    P. O. Box 85
    Hartland, WI 53029
    262.367.5999

    Town of Hartford
    Michael Grota, Grota Appraisals
    N88 W16573 Main Street
    Menomonee Falls, WI 53051
    Telephone: 262.253.1142
    Fax: 262.253.4098

    Town of Jackson
    Michael Grota, Grota Appraisals
    N88 W16573 Main Street
    Menomonee Falls, WI 53051
    Telephone: 262.253.1142
    Fax: 262.253.4098

    Town of Kewaskum
    Michael Grota, Grota Appraisals
    N88 W16573 Main Street
    Menomonee Falls, WI 53051
    Telephone: 262.253.1142
    Fax: 262.253.4098

    Town of Polk
    Michael Grota, Grota Appraisals
    N88 W16573 Main Street
    Menomonee Falls, WI 53051
    Telephone: 262.253.1142
    Fax: 262.253.4098

    Town of Trenton
    Michael Grota, Grota Appraisals
    N88 W16573 Main Street
    Menomonee Falls, WI 53051
    Telephone: 262.253.1142
    Fax: 262.253.4098

    Town of Wayne
    Michael Grota, Grota Appraisals
    N88 W16573 Main Street
    Menomonee Falls, WI 53051
    Telephone: 262.253.1142
    Fax: 262.253.4098

    Town of West Bend
    Michael Grota, Grota Appraisals
    N88 W16573 Main Street
    Menomonee Falls, WI 53051
    Telephone: 262.253.1142
    Fax: 262.253.4098

    Village of Germantown
    Accurate Appraisal
    1428 Midway Road, PO Box 415
    Menasha, WI 54952-0415
    Telephone: 800.770.3927
    Fax: 920.749.8099

    Village of Jackson
    Michael Grota, Grota Appraisals
    N88 W16573 Main Street
    Menomonee Falls, WI 53051
    Telephone: 262.253.1142
    Fax: 262.253.4098

    Village of Kewaskum
    Michael Grota, Grota Appraisals
    N88 W16573 Main Street
    Menomonee Falls, WI 53051
    Telephone: 262.253.1142
    Fax: 262.253.4098

    Village of Newburg
    Michael Grota, Grota Appraisals
    N88 W16573 Main Street
    Menomonee Falls, WI 53051
    Telephone: 262.253.1142
    Fax: 262.253.4098

    Village of Richfield
    Associated Appraisal
    1314 W. College Ave.
    Appleton, WI 54914-4973
    Telephone: 800.721.4157
    Fax: 920.731.4158

    Village of Slinger
    Michael Grota, Grota Appraisals
    N88 W16573 Main Street
    Menomonee Falls, WI 53051
    Telephone: 262.253.1142
    Fax: 262.253.4098

    City of Hartford
    Accurate Appraisal
    1428 Midway Road, PO Box 415
    Menasha, WI 54952-0415
    Telephone: 800.770.3927
    Fax: 920.749.8099

    City of West Bend
    Shannon Krause
    City Hall
    1115 S Main Street
    West Bend, WI 53095
    Telephone: 262.335.5125

    FOR ADDITIONAL
    INFORMATION CONTACT:
    Washington County Real Property Lister
    432 East Washington Street
    Room 2040
    West Bend WI, 53095
    Telephone: 262.335.4370


    All zoning In Washington County, with the exception of Shoreland and Wetland Zoning, is handled by local governments. Please direct your Shoreland and Wetland questions to the Land Use Division of Planning and Parks. All other zoning questions are handled by Washington County's local govenments:

    Town of Addsion
    127 First Street
    Allenton, WI 53002
    262-629-5420

    Town of Barton
    3482 Town Hall Road
    Kewaskum, WI 53040
    262-334-2765

    Town of Erin
    1846 State Hwy 83
    Hartford, WI 53027
    262-673-3682

    Town of Farmington
    9422 State Hwy 144
    Kewaskum WI 53040
    262-692-2377

    Town of Germantown
    W188 N13515 Maple Road
    Richfield, WI 53076
    262-677-9205

    Town of Hartford
    3360 Cty Hwy K
    Hartford,WI 53027
    262-373-7214

    Town of Jackson
    3146 Division Road
    Jackson, WI 53037
    262-677-4048

    Town of Kewaskum
    9019 Kettle Moraine Drive
    Kewaskum, WI 53040-0484
    262-626-2566

    Town of Polk
    3680 State Hwy 60
    Slimger, WI 53086
    262-677-2123

    Village of Richfield
    4128 Hubertus Road
    Hubertus,WI 53003
    262-628-2260

    Town of Trenton
    1071 State Hwy 33 East
    Newburg, WI 53060
    262-675-6009

    Town of Wayne
    6030 Mohawk Road
    Camplbellsport, WI 53010
    262-626-4818

    Town of West Bend
    6355 Cty Hwy Z
    West Bend, WI 3095-9201
    262-338-3417

    Village of Germantown
    N112 W17001 Mequon Road
    Germantown,WI 53022
    262-250-4700

    Village of Jackson
    N168 W20733 Main Street
    Jackson, WI 53037
    262-677-9001

    Village of Kewaskum
    Municipal Building
    204 First Street
    Kewaskum, WI 53040
    262-626-8484

    Village of Newburg
    614 main Street
    Newburg, WI 53060
    262--626-2160

    Village of Slinger
    30 Slinger Road
    Slinger, WI 53086
    262-644-5265

    City of Hartford
    109 N. Main Street
    Hartford, WI 53027
    262-673-8298

    City of West Bend
    1115 S. Main Street
    West Bend, WI 53095
    262-335-5100