Enter your tax key/parcel number only. If you do not have the tax key/parcel number, please enter the last name only or the house number only.
Property tax bills will be mailed to property owners in mid-December. The bills include taxes levied by the Village of Shorewood, the Shorewood School District, Milwaukee County, Milwaukee Area Technical College, Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewerage District, and the State of Wisconsin.Property tax bills can be paid in the following methods:
- Credit Card (Online Only – Additional Fee)***
- Electronic Check (Online Only – Additional Fee)***
- At one of two North Shore Bank locations (Full payments or Installments only, no refunds given, no partial payments), Monday – Friday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Saturday 9 a.m. to Noon:
- 3970 N Oakland Avenue
- 4414 N Oakland Avenue
- By mail: Village of Shorewood, 3930 N Murray Avenue, Shorewood WI 53211
- By postage-free drop box located in the parking lot behind Village Hall
- In person at Village Hall, Monday – Friday 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Escrow checks that have been made out to the property owner and the Village must be properly endorsed. Refunds for overpayments will be processed within 30 days.
Unless requested (submit request with payment), tax bills that are submitted by mail with the tax payment will not be returned to the tax payer nor will receipts be mailed.
| *** Online payments and the additional fees are collected through a third party vendor. The fees are as follows:
For additional questions regarding these fees, please contact Point and Pay at 888-891-6064 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Taxes are due in full by January 31 of each year, unless using the installment plan. If using the installment plan, the first installment is due by January 31, the second installment is due by March 31, and the third installment is due by May 31. Payments must be received in the office or Village drop box by close of business.
In accordance with State Law, interest and penalties are assessed at 1.5% per month retroactive to February 1 on the full remaining balance. Unpaid taxes as of August 1 are collected by the Milwaukee County Treasurer.
Name/Mailing Address ChangesTo change the name or mailing address on a tax bill, please submit the online form.
Owners of a home in Wisconsin who use the home as their primary residence on January 1 of the year in which the property taxes are levied qualify for the Lottery and Gaming Credit which reduces the property taxes due on the property tax bill.
You may have to apply for Lottery and Gaming Credit if you have purchased a home since 1999 or you now use your property as your primary residence. An owner who qualifies for the credit, but whose tax bill does not reflect the credit, may claim the credit until January 31 following the issuance of the tax bill with the treasurer responsible for collecting the property taxes. You can file a late claim with the Wisconsin Department of Revenue from February 1 until October 1 of the year following the issuance of the tax bill.
Please access additional information on the Lottery and Gaming Credit Program.
Requests for Information
Property tax information (tax amounts, assessments information, etc.) cannot be provided over the telephone. Responses to such requests will be made in writing via U.S. mail, e-mail or facsimile.
Requests to update ownership or mailing address information must be made in writing to:
Shorewood Village Clerk
3930 N. Murray Ave.
Shorewood, WI 53211
Property Tax Information Policy
View a property tax information policy document for more information.