The County Treasurer's office is thought of as the keeper of county funds and the tax collector. The Treasurer's office maintains all records relating to property, including:

  • Assessment information
  • Property descriptions
  • Title transfers
  • Parcel splits
  • Assignment of new tax parcel numbers


The duties of the County Treasurer are defined by Wisconsin State Statutes and rules and policies set by the County Board. Those duties include:

  • Receipt and disburse monies from all sources
  • Keep accurate financial records
  • Produce and print tax bills
  • Collect postponed and delinquent real estate taxes
  • Maintain accurate records of all tax collections

The County Treasurer also exercises investment authority as delegated by the County Board.

Online Payments

You may now pay your 2nd half Property Taxes or Delinquent Taxes online with a credit card or e-check. A small convenience fee will be added to your payment.

Helpful Information

The Treasurer's office maintains at least 15 years of information that is available to the public. Questions often handled in the office regarding property include:

  • Amount of taxes
  • Assessed value
  • Copies of tax bills
  • Delinquent taxes
  • Fair market value
  • FAQs for Ag Conversion Fee
  • Ownership
  • Parcel number
  • Tax payment history

Also available to the public are parcel maps for inspection or purchase. Maps are available with or without an aerial photo background.

Unclaimed Funds