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City of Port Washington, Wisconsin
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City of Port Washington Assessor

2021 Revaluation

Update: The City is undertaking a revaluation of all taxable properties for the tax year 2021. The purpose of the revaluation is not to raise taxes but rather to provide a fair distribution of the property tax burden based on the market value of each property. As the first visible step to citizens, the City Assessor, Associated Appraisal Consultants, Inc., has sent out Request to View Property Notice letters to all property owners in the City of Port Washington.

SAMPLE Request to View Property Notice Letter

Please be aware the Assessing Field Staff will be viewing properties from the EXTERIOR ONLY to follow certain CDC recommendations and imposed State restrictions. For additional details, please see the link above.

The Assessing Field Staff will be in the field in some capacity until March 2021. During this time, you will see them in a red vehicles clearly marked Associated Appraisal Consultants. In addition, each Assessor will have an Assessor Field Staff Introduction letter to verify their association with the City in the official capacity as City Assessor.

Exterior Field Staff Introduction Letter

LINKS TO RELATED DOCUMENTS


Services Provided

The Assessor discovers, lists, and establishes uniform values on all taxable property. Our goal is to ensure that the property tax burden is distributed fairly among all property owners. To accomplish this, we revalue all property as needed. The last city-wide revaluation took place in 2012. In addition, we serve as an informational resource to the community.


Basis For Assessed Values

Wisconsin law requires that all assessments be based on fair market value. The Assessor does not create value but interprets what is happening in the marketplace. WI Statutes 70.32 explains how real estate is valued for assessment purposes. A change in an assessed value does not automatically mean a change in property taxes. Helpful publications are available by clicking on the links below. If you disagree with your assessment, you may contact our office and we will review it for 2016, if you have evidence of market value.


Port Washington Property Assessment Data

For property assessment data, please visit:

http://www.assessordata.org/

To find data for a specific property:

  1. Select "Ozaukee" in county dropdown box.
  2. Enter address as shown in example or you can just enter the name of the street and then select the correct property from the resulting list (Ex: Grand Ave).
  3. You may select property by entering the 12 digit Tax Key Number (without any dashes or dots).
  4. When address and tax key # come up, select "View Detail", then when basic data appears, select "View Full Report". When report is ready, "click here" to view.

 

City of Port Washington permit forms

City of Port Washington Assessor
Associated Appraisal Consultants
Luke Mack
W6237 Neubert Rd.
Appleton, WI 54913
P.O. Box 440
Greenville, WI 54942-0440
Phone: 920-749-1995
Fax: 920-731-4158
info.apraz@gmail.com
Website: www.apraz.com

 

City of Port Washington resources

Ozaukee County Parcel Combination Form

 

 

City of Port Washington, Wisconsin Official You Tube Channel