Board of Review

Each municipality in Wisconsin must hold an Open Book and Board of Review (BOR) session.

Open Book and Board of Review sessions generally take place late May to mid-June; however, some may occur later.

Board Overview:  The Board of Review is established by State Statute. The Board hears appeals regarding assessed property values set by the Village Assessor and also performs certain procedural functions in approving the Village Assessment Roll.

 

Meetings:  State law (sec. 70.47(1), Wis. Stats.) requires the BOR to meet annually during a 45-day period, starting the fourth Monday of April.  Additional meetings may be held according to need.

 

The 2021 Board of review has not yet been scheduled.  

 

Notices:  

2021 BOR and Open Book Meeting Notice

Meeting Notice BOR training 2021

 

Forms and documents:

2021 Guide for Property Owners

PA-115A Objection to Real Property Assessment

PA-115B Objection Form for Personal Property Assessment

Request for Waiver of Board of Review Hearing

Request to Testify by Telephone or Submit a Sworn Written Statement

 

Wisconsin Department of Revenue Board of Review

Property Assessment Appeal Guide for WI Real Estate Property Owners

Guide for Property Owners

Objection to Real Property Assessment (PA-115A)

Objection Form for Personal Property Assessment (PA-115B)

 

In 2015 a full walk-through revaluation was completed. 

 

When does the BOR meet?

The first meeting of the Board of Review now must occur at any time during the 45-day period beginning on the 4th Monday of April. If the assessment roll is not completed, the BOR will adjourn to some future date. 

If you received a Notice of Changed Assessment, the time, date, and place of the BOR meeting will be printed on it. However, to be certain, contact your municipal clerk to find out when the BOR will be held or the date to which it is adjourned.

To contact the Village Assessor, please call (800) 721-4157. 

 It is strongly recommended that residents wishing to appear before the Board speak with the Assessor or his representative before filling out an Objection Form.