The County Treasurer is responsible for the collection and distribution of current and delinquent real estate taxes in Portage County. Primary tax records are maintained and held for public use by the Treasurer’s office.
Pamela R. Przybelski
1516 Church Street
Stevens Point, WI 54481
2019 Property Taxes – Waiving Interest and Penalties on Certain Late Payments
Portage County Online Tax Inquiry and Payments
Online payment option is not available for Personal Property tax payments
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For site navigation instructions click here City of Stevens Point Parcels:
Please see the
City of Stevens Point's website for information on the current tax year payment status. Portage County collects the City of Stevens Point's delinquent taxes and that information is on our website.
Paying Your Taxes:
Pay your taxes with a credit card or debit card by calling 1-877-782-4828
Visa debit card $3.95 fee for online payments (2.39% fee if called in)
Credit cards and non-Visa debit card fee 2.39%
E-check fee $1.50
You may also pay your Real Estate Taxes at the Portage County Treasurer's Office with cash or check.
The Foundation for Rural Housing, through the State of Wisconsin, offers funds for several different financial situations, including delinquent taxes. Please refer to their website
www.wisconsinruralhousing.org or contact their office at (608) 238-3448 or (888) 400-5974 for information.
See the back of your tax bill for additional programs.
7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., Monday - Friday, with the following exceptions:
January 1 - Closed
April 10 - Closed at noon
May 25 - Closed
July 3 - Closed
September 7 - Closed
November 26 & 27 - Closed
December 24 & 25 - Closed
What is the Lottery and Gaming Credit and how do I apply for this credit?
Are there credits available to decrease a property tax bill?
Please see "What is the Lottery and Gaming Credit and how do I apply for this credit?" link above.
First Dollar Credit (automatically applied to tax bill by the County Treasurer)
School Levy Tax Credit (automatically applied to tax bill by the County Treasurer)
Where do we pay our taxes?
See the payment coupons on your tax bill for this information.
Real Estate Taxes:
The County Treasurer collects 1st installments for 22 of the 27 municipalities. We collect 2nd installments for 26 of the 27 municipalities (City of Stevens Point collects their own).
Personal Property Taxes:
The County Treasurer collects 1st installments for 22 of the 27 municipalities. All Municipal Treasurers collect 2nd installments.
For the 5 municipalities that collect their own taxes, you must either pay at their municipal offices or mail your payment to them. For a list of these municipalities see the FAQ "Who do we collect taxes for?"
Do we send out reminders or bills for the second installment?
We do not send out reminder notices. We send out one tax bill each year, which has two installment stubs. It is up to the taxpayer to remember to pay in July.
Do we accept credit cards? Why is there a fee to use a credit card?
We do accept all credit cards, via our Online Tax Inquiry and Payments link, for payment of taxes. There is a 2.39% fee charged by our vendor, Point & Pay. We are not able to absorb this fee into our budget, so it must be paid by the taxpayer if they opt to use a credit card. The fee is then kept by Point & Pay, which enables us to use their services.
Do we have payment plans available?
Payments of any amount are accepted at any time.
How long can my taxes remain delinquent before the County forecloses on my parcel?
A lien is placed on your parcel September 1st of the year the taxes were due. You then have two years before the County may foreclose using the tax deed process.
When do my taxes become deliquent?
Due to the grace period, they become delinquent on the sixth business day after they were due. The 2nd installment option is forfeited and the entire bill becomes due if an installment date is missed. Interest begins accruing at 1.5% per month on the unpaid balance, beginning the month after the due date. For instance if a first installment is missed, the next day after the grace period, one and a half percent interest is added to the bill. In March it increases to three percent. Interest continues to accrue until the bill is paid in full. Additional applicable fees may be applied. Please contact the Portage County Treasurer's office for a final payoff amount.
When are taxes due?
Taxes are collected in two installments in Portage County, due January 31st and July 31st.
(See the City of Stevens Point website for information on city parcels.)
Who do we collect taxes for?
The County Treasurer collects ALL real estate tax installments for the following municipalities.
Town of Alban
Town of Amherst
Town of Buena Vista
Town of Carson
Town of Dewey
Town of Grant
Town of Hull
Town of Linwood
Town of New Hope
Town of Pine Grove
Town of Plover
Town of Sharon
Town of Stockton
Village of Almond
Village of Amherst
Village of Amherst Junction
Village of Junction City
Village of Nelsonville
Village of Park Ridge
Village of Plover
Village of Whiting
Village of Rosholt
The municipalities below collect the first installment of current taxes. The County Treasurer collects real estate taxes for ALL municipalities after first installment except for the City of Stevens Point.
Town of Almond
Town of Belmont
Town of Eau Pleine
Town of Lanark
City of Stevens Point
Personal Property Taxes:
See "Where do we pay our taxes?" link above or refer to the addresses on the payment coupons portion of your bill.