Annual Town Meeting: Official Notice ANNUAL Town Meeting Tuesday, April 16 @6pm Town Hall 5621 Town Hall Road, Delavan, WI  53115  Call-in option is available:  425-436-6389 Code:  437479 The Town of Delavan will hold its Annual Meeting on Tuesday April 16, 2024 at 6:00 pm at Delavan Town Hall, 5621 Town Hall Rd, Delavan.  Join meeting by Zoom: Meeting ID:  589 617 8576  Passcode:  TOD


A Notice of NEW VALUE was Sent Out on June 7.

A notice of NEW VALUE for your property was sent

to Town of Delavan Residents on Monday, June 7, 2021.

It’s a revaluation so everyone, regardless of value change, will get a notice.

If you have any questions or concerns about this notice from Accurate Appraisal, please send all questions and differences in opinion to Accurate. Call 800-770-3927 or email [email protected]

Click HERE to view the Real Estate Assessment Roll

Open Book

“In Person”

Town Hall – 5621 Town Hall Road, Delavan

Monday June 14th from 3-5 pm

*No Appointment Schedule Available for “In-Person”

 The roll book will be available, however, because of Covid protocols, we will only be taking appointments

for telephone open book, not for in person.

 Via Telephone

Monday, June 14 @12pm-7pm

Tuesday June 15th from 9am – 3pm


Open book is a conference, either face-to-face or over the phone, with an assessor to discuss the value of your property. You have until 48 hours before Board of Review to contact the assessor about your new value. When available you can set an appointment with an assessor here:

Board of Review

Town Hall – 5621 Town Hall Road, Delavan

Thursday July 22nd from 2-4 pm

 Board of Review functions like court and is required to evaluate evidence based on facts. You or your representative must provide factual evidence that your property is inequitably assessed. The burden of proof is solely on the taxpayer. The assessor’s value is presumed correct by State Law until proven otherwise.

 Search for your property record information here:

PO Box 415

Menasha WI 54952

Phone: 920-749-8098

Toll Free: 1-800-770-3927


Click here for a PDF copy of the Frequently Asked Questions Below

What is a Revaluation?

A revaluation is where the assessor reviews all property within the town and modifies each to its current market value. A periodic revaluation ensures equity amongst all property types while bringing assessed property values in line with market rates as required by State law.

Why is a revaluation being conducted?

The revaluation is being conducted to bring all property types to current market rate and to comply with the valuation requirements of State law (sec 70.05(5)(b), Wis. Stats.)

Did Covid affect my value?

All market conditions, including Covid are taken into account when determining the value of your property.

When will this new assessment go into effect?

The property tax bill you receive in December 2021 will be based on the new assessment value of your property

Does the Town get more tax revenue from a revaluation?

No, there are no additional revenues collected when property is revalued. A revaluation ensures that all property owners pay their fair share of taxes and the municipality complies with state law. Your tax burden may increase or decrease depending on your property’s style, location, year built, etc.

How can my assessment change when I haven’t made changes to my property?

Economic conditions such as recent home sales in your neighborhood, sales of reasonable comparable buildings, and market conditions will influence the value of your real estate.

Will the assessor visit my property?

Assessors will only need to visit properties with completed permits or sales that they need to review, etc. Not all property will be visited in this revaluation. The assessor will use market data available from recent sales and property data already on file to determine your new value.

A notice of new value were mailed on June 7.

There will be an Open Book period for property owners to review their new value with the assessor. You may contact the assessor anytime to review your value or ask questions.

For additional information, visit or if you have questions regarding the 2021 revaluation please email [email protected] or call 1-800-770-3927