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2016 Property Tax Final Installment Due: July 31, 2017

Mail your payment early to make sure the U.S. Postal Service postmark is timely.Please know that it can take up to fourteen days to identify and resolve an online payment error, a check mailed to the wrong address, or an insufficient funds payment.

There are three ways to pay:

1. Pay by mail with a check payable to…

  • Dane County Treasurer
  • PO Box 1299
  • Madison, WI 53701-1299

2. Pay in person at the City-County Building…

  • 210 Martin Luther King Blvd, Rm 114
  • Madison, WI 53703
  • 7:45-4:30 Monday – Friday

3. Pay On-line with a credit card or e-check. Please note that there are additional charges if you pay electronically.

Additional property information is available on AccessDane.

For specific tax questions, please contact the Treasurer's Office at treasurer@countyofdane.com and we will further assist you.

2016 Property Taxes for City of Madison

If you also owe 2016 taxes for City of Madison property,please mail that payment directly to the City in a separate envelope with a separate check. For more information regarding the City of Madison due dates and amounts due for 2016, please contact the City of Madison Treasurer:

City of Madison Treasurer
City-County Building
210 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, Rm 107
Madison, WI 53703-3342
608-266-4771
treasurer@cityofmadison.com
City of Madison Treasurer's Website

Important: In accordance with state statutes, the Treasurer’s Office relies on USPS postmark to determine if a payment is paid on time. The cost of going delinquent is severe in that the entire tax bill comes due immediately with interest and penalty charges of 1.5 percent unpaid principal per month as of February 1 (10.5% in August for 2016 taxes).

Chapters 59, 74, and 75 of the Wisconsin Statutes establish the duties and responsibilities of the County Treasurer. These include receiving all monies belonging to the County, disbursing funds on the order of the County Executive and the County Board, keeping true and accurate account of the receipt and expenditure of funds processed by the Treasurer's office and providing the State Treasurer, Department of Revenue and other agencies with required statements and reports.

Thank you,
Adam Gallagher