Property Tax Information
Property Tax Levies
The following documents contain the previous years’ property tax levies and rates within all taxing jurisdictions.
Lottery & Gaming Credit
Did you receive your lottery and gaming credit? If you do not have a lottery/gaming credit on your tax bill, you may still be eligible. To qualify for the credit, your primary residence must be in Wisconsin and be owner occupied on January 1 of the tax year. This is a State of Wisconsin program that is facilitated by the City of Neenah. Forms are available in the Treasurer’s office or online (see below). You can also obtain more information at: http://www.revenue.wi.gov
Property Tax FAQs
Where will my tax bill be mailed?
Tax bills are mailed to the property owner at the property address by mid- December of the current tax year. You can have the bill mailed to an alternate address by contacting the City Assessor’s office at 920-886-6130.
What are the payment due dates of the installments?
The first installment is due January 31 and includes one- fourth of the tax bill plus all additional assessments added to the bill for that tax year. The remaining installments are due on March 31, May 31 and July 31.
Where can my taxes be paid?
Besides City Hall at 211 Walnut Street, in person payments can also be made at the following Neenah financial locations through January 31st:
- Associated Bank
100 W Wisconsin Ave (Neenah main location) 647 S Green Bay Rd. (Festival Foods)
- Nicolet National Bank
550 S Green Bay Rd.
- BMO Harris Bank
643 S Green Bay Rd.
If mailing your payment in the address is: City of Neenah, P O Box 582, Neenah WI 54957
All escrow checks must be property endorsed by all parties before we can accept payment for the tax bill.
On-line payments with credit card or e-check can be made here. A service fee will be charged by Official Payments.
You can pay your bill over the phone with a credit card or e- check by calling 1-844-309-5946. A service fee will be charged by Paymentus.
What if the Lottery Credit is not on my bill?
Click here for Lottery Credit FAQ’s and forms.
What if my escrow check is more than my tax bill?
If your mortgage escrow check is larger than the amount of your tax bill you will be issued a refund check. Refunds are generally issued within 30 days of payment. If you wish to obtain your refund earlier, please pay at one of the banks listed above.
I lost my tax bill, where can I get another copy?
You can reprint your tax bill on the Property Information page. Prior years bills are also available for printing.
I can’t pay my full installment by the due date. What will happen now?
The City of Neenah will charge a penalty fee based upon the amount of the payment you are making whether it’s a partial payment or payment in full per the State of Wisconsin Statues. Please see the back of your tax bill for further explanation.
I’m away from home or I’ve lost my bill. How do I find out how much is due?
You can access your tax bill information and reprint your bill from the Property Information page. You can also call the City Treasurer’s office at 920-886-6144.