Assessor's Office

The Village of Germantown's Assessor is Associated Appraisal Consultants, Inc. They are not located at the Village Hall.

OFFICE INFORMATION:
1314 West College Avenue
P.O. Box 2111
Appleton, WI 54912-2111

Telephone Number: (920) 749-1995 or 1-800-721-4157
Fax Number: (920) 731-4158
E-mail Address: info@apraz.com

See Associated Appraisal Consultants, Inc. to be redirected to their official website.

Revaluation Letter

Revaluation Notice

2019 Revaluation - Click here for the 2019 Revaluation Page

All taxable property within the Village of Germantown will be reassessed this year. Notices of Assessment will be mailed to property owners indicating the new assessments in late August. Please wait for your notice of assessment before scheduling an Open Book or Board of Review appointment with the Assessment Staff.  You may discuss assessments with the assessor by calling 1-800-721-4157 or going to their website at www.apraz.com.      Click Here for information from the Assessor.

Watch this short video on how assessments work.

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 Open Book and Board of Review Dates:
 Open Book:  Thursday, September 5th, 2019 and Friday, September 6th, 2019.
 Board of Review:  Begins Thursday, October 17th, 2019.

​Open Book


You may attend Open Book to discuss your property value with the assessor. Each year, the assessor will conduct meetings with property owners who wish to discuss their assessment.

Board of Review

If you still wish to appeal your assessment after a conversation with the Assessor, the next step is Board of Review. Board of Review operates much like a court.  Property owners who wish to appeal their assessment to the Board are required to do the following:

Provide the Clerk's Office a written or oral notice of intent to file an objection 48 hours prior to the start of the Board of Review.

Complete and file with the Clerk' Office the proper objection form, Objection Form for Real Property Assessment. It is recommended that objectors complete and file this form at the same time they provide their notice of intent.
The Board of Review (BOR) operates as a court and hears evidence from the tax payer and assessor to render a decision    of facts presented.


Board of Review Notices


Revaluation Notice
Notice of Meeting to Adjourn to a Later Date

Guides, Forms, and FAQ's


Property Tax- Wisconsin Department of Revenue
Guide for Property Owners
Property Assessment Appeal Guide
Objection Form for Real Property Assessment 
Objection Form for Personal Property Assessment
Notice of Intent to File Objection with the Board of Review