Property Tax Questions
- When Will Our Property Tax Bills Be Mailed Out?
- Property tax bills are mailed out by the Town of Delavan by mid-December of each year
- What should I do if my property tax bill is not received?
- If you do not receive your property tax bill by December 20th please contact the Town Treasurer at [email protected]
- Failure to receive your property tax bill does not exempt you from paying property taxes timely, and interest and penalty due to delinquency.
- Where do I pay my property taxes
- Prior to January 31st of each year, all property tax payments should be made payable to:
- Town of Delavan
5621 Town Hall Road
Delavan, WI, 53115
- After February 1st, property tax payments should be made payable to:
- Walworth County Treasurer
P.O. Box 1001
Elkhorn, WI 53121
- Is there an Option to Pay Online?
- Yes, however, only the first payment can be paid online. To pay online at AllPaid
- AllPaid (Formerly GovPayNet) Processes:
- Pre-paid debit card transactions
- Please note that there is a service fee of 3% for each transaction. (ex: If you owe $5,000 for your first installment the 3% fee will be $150, making your total $5,150.)
- What information should be included when paying my property taxes?
- A stub from your tax bill or
- Write the tax parcel number on your check
- If sending one check for multiple payments
- Please include a list showing each tax parcel number and amount to apply to each parcel number
- If you want a receipt, please enclose a stamped, self-addressed envelope
- What determines a timely payment?
- Please refer to the back of your tax bill for the statutory definition of a timely payment on current year tax payments
- For delinquent payments, the statutes allow for United States Postal Service postmarks to be used as the effective date of payment
- Please have the Post Office hand stamp your envelope with the current day's postmark if paying at the end of a month
- What happens if my property tax bill is delinquent?
- Delinquent property taxes are charged interest and penalty at a rate of 1.5% per month on the unpaid tax owed, beginning February 1st until paid in full
- All delinquent property taxes are payable to the Walworth County Treasurer’s Office
- If property taxes are delinquent for 2 or more years, the property will be subject to foreclosure
- How can I get a copy of my property tax bill?1)
- Go to Ascent - (CLICK HERE) Be sure the top "Public" box says, "Real Estate Property & Tax" and "Search Properties"
- 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
- Type in your Street Name - A drop down with options may pop up. - Click on the correct street
- Click "Find Now"
- Click on the correct "Parcel" Number, marked in Red (Ex: FD 21000055)
- On the "Select Detail Line" in the middle of the page, Click the down arrow
- A drop down will appear.
- Click "Taxes"
- Directly under that there is a list of years horizontally - Click on the year you need - 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.
- Your Tax Bill will pop up in PDF format
- You can print a copy of the bill for your records or save it to your computer
If you have questions, please contact the Town Clerk at 262-728-3471at the Town Hall and we can assist you.
- Who qualifies for the Lottery and Gaming Credit?
- Homeowners in Wisconsin who use the home as their primary residence on January 1st of the year in which the property taxes are levied qualify for a lottery and gaming credit
- What is the First Dollar Credit?
- Beginning with the 2008 tax bill, State of Wisconsin taxable parcels containing a real property improvement qualify for the First Dollar Credit
- What if I have a question about my assessment? All assessment questions should be directed to Accurate Assessors.
- Where do I pay my Personal Property Paxes?
- All personal property taxes for businesses or mobile homes are due to the Town of Delavan Treasurer by January 31st
What Do I Do if I Need to Change the Address on My Tax Bill?