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Documents are processed on a daily basis. Most name changes will be shown on the public record by the next day. Depending on the complexity of a split or combination of lands… most new parcel numbers will be on the public record within 2 – 5 days.
Ownership of lands can be found using the County public access property inquiry page or by using the County interactive mapping page.
Land Information is in charge of making address changes for assessment and taxation purposes. It is important to remember to send an address change form if you are building a new home and intend to reside at that new location by the end of the year. The Land Information Office will send the assessment notice and the real estate bill to the previous location if it does not receive an address change form associated with a new building. This could result in delays of retrieving documents and the possibility of penalties associated with late payments.
Plat books may be available through Rural Mutual Insurance Company. For more information please contact Rural Insurance - 2215 63rd Street, Kenosha, WI 53143. Phone: (262) 654-0427
The Land Information Office is the “repository” of all surveys done in Kenosha County. You may contact our office at (262) 653 – 2622 and we will check our records to see if there is a survey on file. Land Information is currently in the process of scanning surveys and anticipate that survey information will be available for most surveys on the Land Information Website. There are a number available now by using the quick links. Surveys are required to be filed according to State Statute 59.45(1)(b) Land Information has no knowledge of what areas have been surveyed. Surveyors record their surveys on their own volition although there are fines associated with failure to file. As such a survey may have been completed but may not be on record with the Land Information Office.
Addresses and Street names are assigned by various entities as follows:
Voting information can be found in the County Clerk office.