Real Estate And Personal Property Tax Information
Real Estate and Personal Property Tax information and bills will be mailed by the third Monday in December for the town of Lyons.
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When available a copy of tax bill can be obtained from the Walworth County website.
1st Installments - due by January 31st.
Full payment or 1st installments of Real Estate and Personal Property Tax should be made payable to Town of Lyons Treasurer and delivered to the Town Treasurer NO LATER THAN January 31.
Drop Box located in the lobby of
Lyons Town Hall, 6339 Hospital Road, Burlington, WI 53105
Mail to: Town of Lyons, PO Box 148, Lyons, WI 53148
If you'd like a receipt please provide an email address or include a self-addressed stamped envelope.
In Person Payments can be made to the Town Treasurer. Watch for notice of collection hours with your real estate tax bill.
Forms of payment accepted are Exact Cash, Check or Escrow Check.
Escrow Check Reminder: If you are making payment with a check from your mortgage company please remember to endorse the back of the check by ALL parties listed on the front of the check. If the check is made out for more than $5 over your tax amount, a refund will be mailed once the check has cleared our bank. (Approximately two weeks after posting date.)
ALL Payments made after January 31st including 2nd Installments due by July 31, 2022 should be made payable to Walworth County Treasurer and mailed or delivered to:
Walworth County Treasurer
PO BOX 1001, 100 W. Walworth St.
Elkhorn, WI 53121
Failure to follow these instructions may delay posting of payments
resulting in delinquent penalty and interest.
Taxes are considered late if the first installment is not RECEIVED by January 31, 2022.
Interest and penalties will be applied to the full remaining balance beginning on February 1, 2022.
2nd installment is due July 31, 2022, made payable and mailed to the Walworth Country Treasurer, PO Box 1001, Elkhorn, WI 53121
WISCONSIN’S ROOM TAXES
Cities, villages and towns in Wisconsin have been authorized by state law to impose a public accommodations,or room tax, since 1967. The tax is generally applied to charges for rooms or lodging provided for fewer than 30 consecutive days by hotels, motels, rooming houses, bed-and-breakfasts, cottages, cabins and summer camps. Sales to state and local governments and to certain nonprofit organizations are exempt from the tax.
The room tax is applied only to gross receipts from furnishing sleeping accommodations. Food or other services provided by the establishments are not subject to the tax. The room tax (up to 8%) is imposed in addition to any state (5%) and county (0.5%) sales taxes that apply to room charges.
Town of Lyons has adopted and imposes a 3% room tax rate.
During tax collection we will also be issuing dog licenses. Please see Pet Licensing for more information. Please make your pet licensing check separate from your tax check or provide exact cash. Pet licensing can also be completed via drop box or mail.