Tax Assessment

Village of Stockbridge Property Tax Bill

Mill Rate Worksheet

2022 Levy Computation Adopted

Wisconsin’s equalized values article produced by WI Dept of Revenue is a good article explaining how a tax bill is created – in layman’s terms.
Read it here

Village of Stockbridge Contracted Assessor

Grota Appraisals LLC

Linda Baxter

Phone: (920) 322-3414
Email: [email protected]

View tax and land records from the Calumet County’s website.

To view assessment details – visit the Assessor Data website

Open Book & Board of Review

OPEN BOOK is scheduled on April 26, 2021 from 11 a.m. – 1 p.m.  Open book will be via phone or email ONLY due to COVID-19 restrictions known at present.  Call or email the assessor any time before the end of Open Book.  The purpose of Open Book is to give residents that may have questions or concerns regarding their, real or personal property assessments, a chance to talk one on one with the Village’s assessor.

BOARD OF REVIEW is scheduled on May 24, 2021 from 5:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. in the Village Office.

The purpose of the Board of Review is to give the residents that still object to their real or personal property assessment an opportunity to appeal to the Board of Review.  The Board of Review is a quasi-judicial (court like) body that has the following authority:

  • BOR are legally bound to accept the assessor’s assessment as correct unless there is evidence that proves the assessment to be incorrect.
  • BOR are not to assess property.  Their duty is to hear sworn, oral testimony about assessed values and based solely on that testimony to decide if an individual has proven the assessment to be incorrect.
  • BOR do not have the authority to exempt or not exempt property from taxation.

The first step you need to take is to attend the Open Book with the Assessor.  If you still object to the assessment, you will need to complete and file a pa-115a – Objection to Real Property Assessment with the Village Clerk, prior to Board of Review. You must then attend the Board of Review to give verbal testimony to your objection.

To learn more about real or personal property assessments visit the Department of Revenue website