ANNOUNCEMENTS: 2018 Board of Review – May 31, 2018 (appointments begin at 9am)
The Board of Review is a quasi-judicial body that operates under State of Wisconsin Statutes. Their function is not one of valuation but of deciding the validity of the facts presented orally before them. You must prove that your property is inequitably assessed when compared to the general level of assessment within your tax district. To review the best evidence of property value, see the Wisconsin Department of Revenue’s Property Assessment Appeal Guide for Wisconsin Real Property Owners.
To schedule a hearing at the Board of Review you must do the following:
- Provide written or oral notice of your intent to file an objection to the Board of Review Clerk at least 48 hours before the Board of Review begins.
Contact the Clerk’s office at 920-886-6100 (Monday – Friday 8am-4pm) or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Clerk’s Office: City Administration Building, 1st Floor – Room 116, 211 Walnut St, Neenah, WI
- File an objection form with the Clerk. This form must be filled out in its entirety.
If you file an objection with the Clerk, you will be notified of the specific time and date that you are scheduled to appear before the Board of Review.
**2018 Preliminary Real Estate Assessment Roll**
**2018 Preliminary Personal Property Assessment Roll**
A hard copy of the 2018 Preliminary Assessment Roll will be available for review at the following locations:
- City Administration Building, 3rd Floor – Community Development, 211 Walnut St., Neenah, WI
- Neenah Public Library, 240 E. Wisconsin Ave., Neenah, WI
We have made an effort to compile information that would be helpful to City of Neenah residents and taxpayers to better understand the complex and often misunderstood real estate and personal property tax process. Our staff is committed to providing the best possible service to the property owners of the City of Neenah in an efficient, professional, and courteous manner.
About our Department
The Assessment Department is responsible for the valuing of all non-exempt residential and commercial property in the city. Wisconsin State Statues require assessors to value property according to professionally acceptable appraisal practices. It is the Assessment Department’s duty to discover, list, and value all taxable real and personal property within the city. It is also the Assessment Department’s responsibility to ensure that all parcels within the city are valued uniformly as market trends dictate.
Visit the Guides, Forms & FAQ’s page to learn more about the assessment process and answers to commonly-asked questions. Visit our Property Information page to obtain assessment, tax and zoning data for each city parcel. Information can be retrieved by parcel number or address.
Assessment Staff Contact Information
|Kathy Engelbreth – Appraiser IIemail@example.com|
|Kathleen Behnke – Appraiser Ifirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Mark Brown – Statutory Assessor
Commercial & Waterfront Property Assessments
|Associated Appraisal Consultants, Inc.
|Cassie Kohls – Assessment Technicianemail@example.com|