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Tax Computation
The City Clerk/Treasurer's Office bills and collects property taxes. Property valuations are computed by the Assessor's Office. Property taxes are determined early in December of each year based on levies of the six independent taxing units: the City of West Allis, the State of Wisconsin, the County of Milwaukee, Milwaukee County Metro Sewer District, the School District of West Allis, and Milwaukee Area Technical College. Tax credits determined by the State of Wisconsin are applied to the levies to affect the net taxes due. Special assessments and special charges (if applicable) are added to the tax amount to create the amount due. Tax records may be searched and viewed online.

If you used your home as your primary residence on January 1 of the year in which property taxes are levied, you are eligible for a lottery credit. If you are eligible for the credit, but it is not on your bill, a Lottery and Gaming Credit application can be downloaded from from the Wisconsin Department of Revenue or you can complete one at the Treasurer's office.  The State of Wisconsin First Dollar Credit is applied to any taxable parcel (business, commercial or private) that has a real improvement.

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Treasurer's Office
City Hall Room 108-110
(414) 302-8200
(414) 302-8207 fax

Deputy Treasurer
Corinne Zurad
(414) 302-8216

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West Allis City Hall
7525 W. Greenfield Ave
West Allis, WI 53214
(414) 302-8200
8:00 am - 5:00 pm M-F

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