The County Treasurer is a Constitutional Officer elected every four years by the voters of Washington County.
The County Treasurer prepares and generates the tax bills for all 20 municipalities in the County. As the tax collector, the County Treasurer is responsible for the collection of all delinquent and postponed real estate taxes from the 20 municipalities in the County. The County Treasurer acts as the County's bank. We receipt all the revenues received by the various county departments and deposit the money daily. The County Treasurer serves as the administrator of the Lottery and Gaming Credit Claim program for Washington County. The County Treasurer is a resource for all the local municipal clerks and treasurers of Washington County.
- Ownership Information
- Tax totals (including amount paid and balance due)
- Tax receipt information
- Brief legal description
- Assessment districts
- Special tax information
- Taxes split
- Parcel history (from 1993)
- Tax bill images
Delinquent tax statements - Please contact City of West Bend for current year tax payoffs thru July 31st.
Real estate tax payments paid to the local treasurers through January 31, 2013, will not be updated on the County website until after February Settlement is completed around the middle of February. Please check with the local treasurer to see if payment has been made.
If you know the exact parcel number, please click the following link:
To search by address or tax key/parcel number, please click the following link:
1. If you accept the terms of the disclaimer, check the box and then click the Continue botton.
2. On the left side of the screen, under Property Search, you are able to search by address or tax parcel number. Choose one of the search options and then click the Submit button (may need to scroll down).
3. Available selections will appear on lower portion of the screen under Parcel Results. Double click the selection that you want to view.
4. When the Parcel Report screen appears, click View Full External Report in the upper left corner under Parcel Report (you need to be using Internet Explorer).
When are the real estate property tax bills mailed out each year?
††††† The local municipality mails out the property tax bills by December 15th.†
What happens if I donít receive a real estate tax bill?
If you do not receive your tax bill by December 20, please call the County Treasurerís office.† Failure to receive a property tax bill does not relieve the taxpayer of the obligation to pay their taxes timely.
When is the first installment or full real estate tax payment due and to whom?
The first installment or full payment option is due on or before January 31 to your Local Treasurer.
What happens if I miss the January 31 deadline?
If the first installment is not paid by January 31, the entire unpaid balance becomes delinquent and is subject to interest and penalty retroactive to February 1 at a rate of 1.5% per month until it is paid in full.† Delinquent real estate tax payments are payable to the Washington County Treasurer.
How does the Treasurer determine if a real estate tax payment is considered timely?
Property tax payments are considered timely if they are postmarked on or before the respective due dates according to WI State Statutes.† We urge taxpayers to mail several days early to avoid postal delay when mailing from community mail boxes.† You may consider going to the Post Office and having them hand-cancel your envelope to assure a timely postmark.
Does the County Treasurer set up repayment plans with taxpayers?
No, but we encourage taxpayers to make whatever payments they can to reduce their outstanding balance as well as the amount of interest and penalties that will be assessed.† We will accept partial payments of $50 or more on delinquent property taxes.
When is the second installment of my postponed real estate taxes due?
The second installment of property tax is due on or before July 31 to the County Treasurer.† Payments that are mailed must be postmarked no later than July 31st to be considered a timely payment.
If my escrow check is payable to the local treasurer, do I have to get a new check?
No, we can accept the check if we are collecting the taxes. We do not accept checks payable to anyone besides the Washington County Treasurer, the local treasurer, or the deeded property owner.
Online payments are processed through Point & Pay and they charge a convenience fee of 2.39% of the credit card payment or $1.50 for an electronic check. These fees are paid directly to Point & Pay and the County does not receive any portion of these fees.
For instructions, please download the PAY REAL ESTATE TAXES ONLINE file from the document list.
Be sure to check your tax bill to make sure that you received the Lottery Credit if this was your primary residence as of January 1. If it is not on your tax bill, contact your local treasurer prior to paying your first installment. You will need to complete a Lottery & Gaming Credit Application which can be obtained from the County's website. Click on Departments, then click on County Treasurer, and click on the link Lottery Credit Application under Documents.
To view the most recent tax rates for municipalities in Washington County, please download the MUNICIPALITY TAX RATES file from the document list.
432 E Washington St, Room 2053
West Bend, WI 53095-7986