You are ultimately responsible for the payment of your property taxes. You should verify that your taxes were paid through the escrow.
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The full payment or the first installment option is due on or before January 31.
You will need to download and print a change of address form, fill it out, and mail it to the address listed below.
You may also put your change of address requests in writing. Include your name, property address, mailing address and parcel number. Forward them to Kenosha County Land Information, 1010 56th Street, Kenosha, WI, 53140 or you may also send them to the Kenosha County Treasurer at the same address.
If the first installment is not paid by January 31, the entire unpaid balance becomes delinquent (voiding all installment options). It is subject to interest and penalty effective February 1 at a rate of 1.5% per month (18% per year) until it is paid in full.
Please see "Payments"
You may pay in person either at our downtown office 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday 1010 56th Street in Kenosha, or at the Elected Officials Office 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday at the Kenosha County Center at the intersection of Highways 45 & 50 in Bristol.
Payments made by check, money order, or cashier's check may also be mailed to the Kenosha County Treasurer, 1010 56th Street, Kenosha WI 53140. Please include a self-addressed, stamped envelope if you would like a receipt.
Point and Pay handles payment by credit card which may be made online or by phone at 1–888-891-6064 x1.
View the lottery and gaming credit web page to see if you received a lottery credit on the current year's taxes. Lottery credit amounts change every year. To find out the amount of your current year lottery credit, please see your tax bill or call the Treasurer's Office at 262-653-2542.
If you need to apply for next year's lottery credit, we can send you an application. Applications are also available at your local municipal treasurer's office.
If you do not receive your tax bill, by December 20, please contact the treasurer of your local municipality and verify that your mailing address on file is correct. Failure to receive a property tax bill does not relieve taxpayers of their obligation to pay their taxes in a timely manner, nor does it negate interest and penalty charges that may accrue.
While you may request this, we strongly advise against this practice. If you do select this option, please be advised that all correspondence from our office will be directed to your mortgage company.
Per State Statute 74.69(1): Property tax payments are considered timely if:
We urge taxpayers to mail payments several days early to avoid postal delay. You may consider going to the Post Office and having them hand-cancel your envelope to assure a timely postmark.
Missed payments must be made up the following month. If two payments are missed, the payment plan will be canceled and all remaining owed taxes become due immediately, and you could lose your property through the tax deed foreclosure process.
In the event current-year taxes become delinquent, the payment plan will be canceled and all remaining owed taxes will become due immediately, and you could lose your property through the tax deed foreclosure process.
In the event a payment plan is canceled, all remaining owed delinquent taxes will become immediately due and you could lose your property through the tax deed foreclosure process.
Cancelation of payment plans on parcels already in the tax deed foreclosure process at the time the plan was established will be cause for the County to proceed with foreclosure of the property.