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Posted on: December 13, 2022

[ARCHIVED] Holiday Hours and Taxes

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With the holidays coming up, please take note of the days City Hall, the Department of Public Works and the Wastewater Department will be closed:

CITY HALL, PUBLIC WORKS & WASTEWATER WILL BE CLOSED:

  • Friday, December 23
  • Monday, December 26
  • Friday, December 30
  • Monday, January 2
  • Monday, January 16

Real Estate Taxes 

Make Property Tax Payments One of These Ways (December – January):

The check should be made payable to “City of Burlington Treasurer”

Taxes can be paid at:

CITY HALL
300 N. Pine Street • Burlington, WI
(262) 342-1161
Drop Box around the Corner on Jefferson Near the Alley

Monday – Friday: 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Closed: December 23, 26, 30 and January 2 and 16

GREENWOODS STATE BANK*
241 E. Jefferson Street • Burlington
(262) 763-8600
* No credit cards.

BMO HARRIS BANK*
1000 Milwaukee Ave • Burlington
(262) 763-9141
* No credit cards.

ONLINE

Payment Service Network Site**:
http://www.burlington-wi.gov/107/Taxes
Click the PSN Link on the page
**A fee of 2.75% is charged

Print a Real Estate Tax Receipt

Visit the Racine County Treasurer website at https://ascent.racinecounty.com/.../RealEstateTaxParcel... to begin your property search. Type in your information and click on “Find Now”. Note – the less information the better, for example name only or address only. On next screen click on the Parcel ID Number. On the next screen select “Taxes” from the drop down menu. On the next screen select “Printer Friendly” at the top right. 

Dog & Cat Licenses

State and municipal law dictates that all dogs and cats 5 months and older be licensed with the City by March 31 of each year. City of Burlington tags will be available December 31 at City Hall, 300 N. Pine Street. If you are licensing your pet for the first time or you have recently vaccinated your pet, a rabies certificate must be presented at the time of licensing. Residents that move to the city or have a pet that reaches 5 months of age after the deadline date will not be charged the late fee. A move within the city does not qualify for this exception. Not only is licensing your pet a requirement of the city, the tag numbers are listed with the Burlington Police Department. If your pet were to stray, the tag is a valuable resource to bring them back home quickly.

Please note the licensing fees have increased slightly for 2023 as listed below:

  • Dogs & Cats: (Spayed/Neutered) - $10
  • Dogs & Cats: (Non-spayed/non-neutered) - $15
  • After March 31 a $5 late fee is added to the cost of the tag.

To purchase a pet license by mail, owners will need to send a copy of their rabies vaccination certificate along with payment to City Hall, 300 N. Pine Street, Burlington, WI 53105. Please include your name, address, phone number and pet’s name with the vaccination certificate and payment. Proof that your pet has been spayed or neutered is required for those owners wishing to receive the discounted rate. There will be a $1 additional fee for mailed requests, as the City of Burlington will need to mail the license tag for the pet’s collar to the resident. Applications received by mail post-marked after March 31 will be assessed the $5 fee. For questions, call 262-342-1161.

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