The Assessor discovers, lists, and establishes uniform assessed values on all residential, commercial, agricultural, and business personal property. Property values are established as of January 1 of each year. Establishing uniform assessed values ensures that all property in Grand Chute is valued equitably and that the property tax burden is distributed fairly.
Establishing Assessed ValuesThe Assessor discovers, lists, and establishes uniform assessed values on all residential, commercial, agricultural, and business personal property. Property values are established as of January 1 of each year. Establishing uniform assessed values ensures that all property in Grand Chute is valued equitably and that the property tax burden is distributed fairly. Wisconsin law requires the Assessor to determine residential, commercial, and agricultural property values based on market value. Market value is defined as the amount a typical, well-informed purchaser would be willing to pay for a property. Farmland is often assessed at use-value, in accordance with Wisconsin law. Business personal property assessments are determined from information provided on the Statement of Personal Property provided by business owners. All manufacturing property is assessed by the Wisconsin Department of Revenue. Having the best information on record is an important part of establishing uniform assessed values. Property owners have the right to request an Assessment Review if they can provide new information for the Assessor to review in determining if a value changed is warranted.
2023 Open Book
The Town of Grand Chute Assessment rolls for year 2023 will be open for examination and inspection beginning July 3rd, or when property owners receive their notice through August 2nd, between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. Rolls can be examined in the main lobby conference room at Grand Chute Town Hall, 1900 W. Grand Chute Boulevard.
Property owners are encouraged to talk to the Assessor regarding their assessment prior to the meeting of the Board of Review. A notice of intent to file an objection at Board of Review must be received in the Town Clerk’s Office at least 48 hours prior to the first Board of Review meeting, which is scheduled for 9:00 a.m. on August 9, 2023. Failure to follow the statutory steps may result in denial of your hearing.
If you wish to appeal your assessment to the Board of Review, instructional materials are available at the Town Clerk’s Office, 1900 W. Grand Chute Boulevard, Grand Chute, Wisconsin, 54913.
Finding Assessed Value and Property InformationAssessed value and property tax information for properties in Grand Chute can be found by searching Outagamie County land records at Outagamie County Property Search .
Specific information on land and buildings in Grand Chute can be obtained from the Assessor's property records at Grand Chute Property Search.
Calculating Property TaxesThe Assessor assigns assessed values, but is not involved with establishing the mill rate (tax rate) or collecting property taxes. The mill rate is controlled by the budgets of the municipality, county, school districts, technical college, and the state. More information on Grand Chute's mill rate can be found here.
Open Book and Board of ReviewEach year, the Assessor issues a Notice of Assessment to owners of property if their assessed value has changed from the prior year. Property owners are then provided an opportunity to contest the new value, either informally by meeting with the Assessor during Open Book, or formally by presenting an objection to the Board of Review. Additional information regarding the appeal process can be found in the Guide for Property Owners.
Quick Links and Resources
Agricultural Assessment Guide
Grand Chute Property Search
Grand Chute GIS Maps
Guide for Property Owners
Outagamie County Property Search
Request for Assessment Review
Statement of Personal Property
|Mailing Address:||1900 W. Grand Chute Boulevard
Grand Chute, WI 54913-9613
|In Person Hours:||Wednesdays - 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.|