Tax Payment Information

 

REAL ESTATE TAXES are payable in two installments:

  • 1st Installment is due on or before January 31 of each year and is payable to the Town of Rice Lake, 1830 Macauley Ave., Rice Lake, WI 54868.NO RECEIPTS WILL BE SENT UNLESS A SELF-ADDRESSED STAMPED ENVELOPE IS PROVIDED.
  • 2nd installment is due by July 31 of each year and must be paid to the Barron County Treasurer, 335 E. Monroe Ave., Rm 2412, Barron, WI  54812.

PERSONAL PROPERTY TAXES are due in full by January 31 of each year and must be paid to the Town of Rice Lake.

The Town of Rice Lake accepts all tax payments through January 31 of each year by means of the following (NO RECEIPTS WILL BE SENT UNLESS A SELF-ADDRESSED STAMPED ENVELOPE IS PROVIDED):

  • Drop Box – two boxes are located at the Town Hall, one by the front door and the other is a drive-up box located on the west side (back side) of the building.
  • Mail with check made payable to the Town of Rice Lake and mailed to 1830 Macauley Ave., Rice Lake, WI  54868.
  • By debit card (VISA Only – a $3.95 fee applies) or credit card (Visa/Mastercard/Discover/American Express – a 2.39% fee applies), or ACH Direct Debit from a checking or savings account (a $1.50 fee applies). For payment purposes, your account number is your parcel number listed on your tax bill. Payments can be made  by phone at 1-877-798-2040 or by clicking on the following link: Point and Pay Website – Town of Rice Lake

  • In-Person payments are discouraged this year due to Covid-19. The office will be CLOSED. Thank you for your understanding.

If you need to look up tax amounts or payment details, please click on the following link which will bring you to the Barron County website which maintains tax data for all of Barron CountyBarron County Tax Data Online

The Wisconsin County Treasurer’s Association has created a list of Frequently Asked Questions regarding everything you could ever want to know about Property Taxes in Wisconsin. It is extremely informative and highly recommended that you check it out! Here is the link: FAQ’s about Property Taxes in Wisconsin