Property tax bills are mailed to property owners' mid December. The Village Clerk's Office can assist you with any questions or concerns regarding your property tax bill or payment.
The property taxes are collected by the Green County Treasurer's Office for both installments (1st installment due January 31st and 2nd installment due July 31st). Receipts will be returned by mail only if a stamped self-addressed envelope is included with your payment.
The Green County Treasurer's Office hours are Monday - Friday from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. An after-hours drop box is located on the east door of the Green County Courthouse.
PLEASE NOTE: Payments can no longer be dropped off at the Village Clerk's Office or Utility Payment drop box.
Tax payments will also be accepted at the following banks. Please check directly with the bank for business hours.
- Union Bank & Trust - New Glarus
- Sugar River Bank in New Glarus, Brodhead, Belleville, Monroe and Juda
- Belleville Community Bank and Brooklyn Community Bank
- branches of the Middleton Community Bank
- Associated Bank in Monroe
- Greenwoods State Bank in Monticello
Credit card or e-check payments are also accepted by Green County at a nominal fee. Visit their website at http://www.co.green.wi.gov/ and use the Quick Link: Pay Taxes Online. A fee of 2.39% is charged for credit card payments and $ 1.50 for e-check.
Tax amounts and payments of taxes can be viewed online through Green County's website. You can also print out a receipt of payments received. Amounts will be updated in real time as payments are posted.
Select Village of New Glarus for Municipality and type in either your parcel number, street address or name then click on Find Now button to get your information.
Lottery Tax Credit
To qualify for a Lottery Tax Credit you must own a home in Wisconsin AND occupy that home as your primary residence on January 1 of the year in which the tax is levied. If the credit was not applied and you feel you are entitled, please contact either the Village Clerk or County Treasurer's Office. More information on these credits can be found at www.revenue.wi.gov and type the name of the credit in the search engine.
First Dollar Credit
The First Dollar Credit is a property tax credit provided taxpayers under 2007 Wisconsin Act 20. The credit is calculated using the Equalized Value School Tax Rate and has a Maximum Credit Value, similar to the Lottery Credit. The credit is allowed on all real estate parcels that contain an improvement and one taxpayer may receive more than one First Dollar Credit. The credit is reflected on the line above the Lottery Tax Credit on your property tax bill and is divided equally between the two installments. If you do not see the Credit reflected on your tax bill and believe you are eligible, please contact either the Village Clerk or County Treasurer's Office.