Treasurer

Real Estate

Upcoming Tax Season

We are strongly encouraging property owners to mail their tax payments in this year. For your convenience, you also have the option to use the drop box day or night. The drop box is located by the 5th Avenue entrance doors to the Government Center. If you wish to receive a receipt, please enclose a self-addressed, stamped envelope with your payment. 

With the upcoming holidays, please note that our office will be closed on the following days:

  • Thursday, November 25th
  • Friday, November 26th
  • Thursday, December 23rd
  • Friday, December 24th
  • Friday, December 31st  

Property Tax Information/search

Using the link below, you can access the Door County Land records search portal to locate your parcel and the information in regards to the payments due.

Door County Web Portal

Duties of the Office

The Treasurer is a Constitutional Officer, elected every four years by the voters of Door County.

The County Treasurer receipts all monies that are transacted in the County with the bulk of those receipts being the collection of property taxes.

The County Treasurer collects property taxes for sixteen of the nineteen municipalities within the County. 

In three municipalities, first half collections are made in January to the local treasurers. July payments are made to the County Treasurer.

Non-payment of taxes for three years can result in eventual foreclosure by the County. The property will later be sold to recover taxes and assessments.