Property Tax Information

General Information About Your Property Tax
Your entire real estate tax bill, or your first installment, is due by January 31, 2024. Failure to meet this deadline will result in the entire tax bill becoming due and payable. Additionally, interest and penalties at the rate of 1.5% per month will begin to accumulate as of February 1, 2024. Payments not receipted at Village Hall by February 7, 2024 or postmarked on or before January 31, 2024 are delinquent. There are several ways for you to make your real estate tax payment.

Installment Plan Option
The Village offers a three installment payment plan for your real estate taxes only. Please refer to your enclosed statement for the respective due dates and amounts for each of the installments. If an installment is delinquent, the total remaining unpaid tax becomes delinquent and interest and penalties are calculated back to February 1, 2024.

Pay Online
Pay by eCheck, savings, or credit card.

Pay By Mail
Make your check payable to the Village of Pleasant Prairie, write your tax parcel number on the check and enclose the payment stub only (top portion of your Real Property Tax Statement). Mail to:
Village of Pleasant Prairie
Attn: Treasurer
9915 39th Avenue
Pleasant Prairie, WI 53158

Village Hall Drop Box
For your convenience, a 24-hour drop box is available for payment of your tax bills. It is located on the north wall of Village Hall to the right (west) of the main entrance at 9915 39th Avenue. Please enclose your payment stub along with a check in an envelope before depositing. No cash please. Village Hall will be closed on December 29, 2023 and January 1, 2024. Payments deposited in the drop box on these days will be receipted in 2023.

Tax Receipts
If you would like a tax receipt, you will need to enclose a self-addressed stamped envelope when making your payment.

Lottery Credit
The maximum 2023 lottery credit is $188.16. Only owners of a home in Wisconsin who used the home as their primary resident on January 1, 2023 qualify for the credit. If your tax bill does not reflect the credit but an owner qualifies, there is a form available here or at the finance counter at Village Hall. This form can be mailed along with your property tax payment.

Real Estate Taxes Paid?
Real Estate Tax payments and taxes due are available here. Inquiry can be made by property address or parcel number. The site is maintained by Kenosha County and contains a considerable amount of information about your property. Tax payment information is updated a business day or two after your payment has been receipted by the Village of Pleasant Prairie.

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