The Property Assessment division is responsible for placing and maintaining equitable market value property assessments on all real and personal property in a cost-effective and uniform manner. The assessor does not create this value, but rather interprets what is happening in the marketplace. The work is performed by professional assessors that are knowledgeable and well-versed in standard appraisal practices.
Also, the City Assessor is not involved in the collection of property taxes for the City; Waupaca County is responsible for that function.
You may view online property tax and assessment information on the Waupaca County website:
Bowmar Appraisal, Inc.
3005 W. Brewster Street
Appleton, WI 54914
We direct all inquiries for property information to the free site for general information found here: AssessorData.org
AssessorData also provides professionals with web access at a cost of $1.20 per property record report AssessorData.org (professionals) if additional information is desired.
Owners of adjacent properties can request to have two or more previously separate parcels of land joined together. Owner often seek to combine parcels of land for tax assessment purposes using a Request to Combine Parcels. Request to Combine Parcels.
Additional questions can be directed to Ronda Rollins at 715.942.9910