Property Tax Bills

The Calumet County Treasurer’s Office mails property tax bills in mid-December. The County does not mail tax bills to escrow companies. Work with your escrow company directly if you have questions or concerns about when they will be paying your tax bill.

First installment or full payment is due to the Village Treasurer by January 31. Tax payments postmarked or left in the Village Hall's drop box on the weekend of 12/30/23, will be credited with a 12/31/23 date.

New in 2023 - the transportation special charge has been removed. This was an add-on charge the Village used to fund road and street maintenance. For 2024, it was decided to fund the maintenance by borrowing and budgeting for repayment through the general fund (tax levy). This results in a net-zero increase to your overall tax bill for the Village portion. This change allows for more flexibility and may benefit Harrison homeowners on their income tax returns (check with your tax preparer regarding deductions). Your overall tax bill may have increased or decreased depending upon changes in your assessed value, special charges, or your school district’s tax levy.

Payment Options - BEFORE January 31, 2024

By Mail

  • Make checks payable to “Village of Harrison”

  • Escrow checks written using an “and” between names requires all parties to endorse the check.

  • Send payment to: Village of Harrison, W5298 State Rd 114, Menasha, WI 54952.

  • Include a self addressed stamped envelope if you want a receipt mailed to you.

  • Include your tax bill "stub" with your payment.

  • Adding your phone number to the check is helpful if staff has questions or the check needs corrections.

  • Due to the holidays, payments received the first week of January will be applied based upon the envelope's post mark date (2023 versus 2024).

  • Payments are due January 31st - please allow ample time for mailing.

  • If a check is incorrectly written or endorsed and needs to be sent back to you for corrections, it may incur fees or penalties if it becomes past due.


• You will need information from your tax bill in order to pay your taxes online. (Have your tax bill available or look it up online HERE)

  •  Required payment details: 5-digit parcel number, property address, phone number (only used if there are questions regarding this payment), and the EXACT dollar amount you are paying  

Harrison ONLINE TAX Payment

  • The link opens a new window to our payment processing partner's website (PSN) - confirm the welcome screen has "Village of Harrison (Tax)" at the top.
  • A 3rd party encryption & processing fee is added to all transactions: 3% for credit or debit cards / $1.10 for an e-check or direct draw from a savings account.

  • PSN accepts Visa, MC, Discover, and American Express
  • e-check and direct draw options require bank routing & checking/savings account information
  • Enter your email address if you want PSN to send you a payment confirmation email (recommended)

  • Payments will be updated online after the Village's financial institution receives your payment (usually 3-5 days)

  • Online payments are NOT available after January 31, 2024


At the Village Hall

  • Cash - If paying by cash, bring the exact amount. We can't guarantee we will be able to make change.

  • Check - Make checks payable to “Village of Harrison” (escrow checks must be signed by each name listed on the check).

  • Credit/Debit Card - A 3% service fee is added to all card transactions by our 3rd party processor.

  • Location: W5298 State Road 114, Menasha 

  • Office Hours: Monday – Friday 7:30am – 4:00pm, (closed Dec. 25 & 26, Jan. 1 & 2) plus 24-hour drop box.

  • Payments left in the drop box over the New Year’s break will be receipted as received in 2023 or 2024 according to the date on the check.

  • Tax refund checks (escrow overages) from the Village will be processed within 3 weeks after the escrow checks have cleared. 


At Nicolet National Bank

  • Available ONLY at the 3111 E Calumet Street, Appleton branch - must use the lobby, not available for drive thru service

  • Closed December 25th and January 1st
  • ALL Harrison property owners are welcome

  • Please bring the tax bill with you

  • Make checks payable to “Village of Harrison” (escrow checks must be signed by each name listed on the check)

  • Nicolet Bank will provide (cash) refunds for escrow check overages (up to $500) with a photo ID

  •  Escrow refunds over $500.00 will be processed by the Village in the form of a check.

Payment Options - AFTER January 31, 2024 

Calumet County Treasurer

All tax payments made after January 31, 2024 must be made to the Calumet County Treasurer.

Calumet County Treasurer
206 Court St.
Chilton, WI 53014


Locate Tax Bills Online

To print or view property tax bills, visit the Calumet County website: Tax Bills Online Search

Detailed Instructions.pdf(PDF, 339KB)

Lottery Credit / School Levy Credit

Lottery Credit: Wisconsin shares the profits from the lotteries with all homeowners on their primary property tax bill. Owners only have to file once to begin receiving the credit and then file a removal if the property stops being the owner’s primary residence. The amount varies according to your school district. You can only claim this credit on your primary residence, and you must have resided there the entire year.

School Levy Credit: The school levy tax credit is applied to every taxable property. The credit amount is based on the property's assessed value as a percent of the municipality's total assessed value and varies between school districts.



For questions regarding tax payments email