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Department Detail:  Treasurer

Department Treasurer
Department Head Clara Maki
Address 300 Taconite St
Suite 100
Hurley, Wisconsin  54534
Phone Number 715-561-2883
Fax Number 715-561-3223
Staff TreasurerStaff
Office Hours 8:00 a.m. to 4 p.m.
  • Collect and receipt tax payments
  • Collect and receipt deposits to Iron  Co Treasury
  • Manage Iron County investments
  • Provide copy of Tax Bill-$1.00
  • Faxes-$2.00 up to 3 pages $1.00 for each add'l page
Public Information

If, as of January 1, your property was your primary residence, you may qualify for the Lottery Credit.  Please contact our office for further information.

Reminder: Second installment of Real Estate Taxes is due by July 31. Postmarks are accepted.

You can access Property Tax Records through the Iron County Tax Portal website.

Frequently Asked Questions:

When will I receive my property tax bill? 

Tax bill are mailed to the owner of record by the municipalities by mid-December.  Duplicate copies are available through the Iron County Tax Portal.

As per Wisconsin Statute 74.09(6), failure to receive a tax bill does not relieve the obligation to pay real estate taxes.

What are the payment due dates? 

First installment or payment in full is due to your municipal treasurer by January 31.  Second installments are due to the County by July 31.  The only exception is in the City of Hurley where there is a three installment plan.  All payments are due to the City.  First installment by January 31.  Second installment by April 30.  Third installment by July 31.

What payment methods are accepted?

We accept cash, checks, or money orders.  Sorry, credit or debit cards are not accepted.

How can I be sure that my payment is timely?

We honor USPS postmarks.  If your payment is postmarked on or before the due date, it will be considered a timely payment.

What if my payment is late?

Installment options are lost for late payments.  The entire amount of the tax becomes delinquent and is subject to interest and penalty charges  of 1 % per month from February 1 until paid in full.  A fraction of a month counts as a whole month.

What if my payment is lost in the mail?

You will need to stop payment on your check and provide our office a copy of said order. 

Can I make payments on my delinquent taxes?

Yes!  We strongly encourage you to pay what you can when you can toward your delinquency.  All payments will be applied to the oldest tax due.  Please be aware that if your property is coming up for tax deed, that there is a due date when the oldest tax MUST be paid in full.

How do I get a receipt?

Please enclose a self-addressed stamped envelope for your receipt.  Our office is able to provide an emailed receipt if you provide your email address.

What did I pay in property taxes last year?

Payment information is available through the Iron County Tax Portal.  A tax history screen is available showing past payments.

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