Tax Bills Are Here!: Your tax bills are ready for viewing! A hard copy of your tax bill along with a cover letter will be arriving in your mailboxes soon.   If you wish the see your tax bill before it arrives in the mail, you are welcome to contact us at 262-728-3471 or email [email protected]  You can you also see your tax bill online by doing the following: 1) Go to Ascent - CLICK HERE  2) Be sure the top "Public" box says, "Real Estate Property & Tax" and "Search Properties" 3) Type in the Street Number - *Type only the number. If the street name is included on that particular line it will not find your property. 4) Type in your Street Name - A drop down with options may pop up. Click on the correct street 5) Click "Find Now" 6) Click on the correct "Parcel" Number, marked in Red  (Ex: FD 21000055) 7) On the "Select Detail Line" in the middle of hte page, Click the down arrow. A drop down will appear. 8) Click "Taxes" 9) Directly under that there is a list of years horizontally - Click on "2021" - there is also a date marked in red on the bottom of the page, but that only shows you what you've paid or not paid. Click on the 2021 listed horizontally. 10) Your Tax Bill will pop up in PDF format 11) You can print a copy of the bill for your records and even save it to your computer.   If you have questions, please contact the Town Clerk at 262-728-3471all the Town Hall and we can assist you. If you pay your bill in advance, please note that there is a cover letter enclosed in your tax bill mailing with pertinent information in regard to the town. Please view that cover letter - CLICK HERE.    Your 2021 Taxes are due by January 31, 2022.  Click Here for Payment Details and Instructions

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TID/TIF Project Dissolved

The Town of Delavan held a Special Town Board Meeting last evening, Tuesday, July 6, 2021, and the following occurred. Below is an excerpt from the ” draft” minutes from the Special Town Board (TIF) Meeting on 7.6.2021.

Supervisor Phillips made a motion to dissolve the TID district, in its entirety. The motion was seconded by Supervisor Jedlicka.

Supervisor Knipper confirmed that the TID/TIF Project was brought to the attention of the Town Board and “when an idea comes to the board, it is our job to put it on the table for discussion, which we did. There was no attempt to hide this from the public. We bring things to the attention of the people?”

Chair Larry Malsch called for a Roll Call Vote, and this is how the Town Board voted.

Chair Malsch – YES

Supervisor Jedlicka – YES

Supervisor Phillips – YES

Supervisor Gaulke – NO

Supervisor Knipper- YES

The motion carried 4-1 (Gaulke, NO), which means the TID District Boundary Project was dissolved, in its entirety (7.6.2021).

Full minutes from this meeting, along with all others, will be posted on our website (after their final approval) under the “Agendas and Minutes” tab. A reminder you can also sign up to get an instant notice when future agendas and minutes are posted. Simply click this link and choose how you would like to be notified.  

Respectfully Submitted by Clerk Kristy McChristy (7.7.2021)

Emergency Alert 11-05-2021: Public Works Committee approved the Change Order to postpone the completion date of the South Shore Drive Reconstruction Project from November 30, 2021 until June 15, 2022.