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You may claim a Lottery and Gaming Credit if, on January 1st, you are a Wisconsin resident, you are the recorded owner of the property, and the property is your primary residence. You may only claim “one” primary residence. Rental or other properties do not qualify for lottery credit. To apply for the Lottery and Gaming Credit, you may access the form through the Douglas County website. Please fill in the form and mail it to the Real Property Lister. If you have any questions please call the County Treasurer's Office at (715) 395-1632 or (715) 395-1348.
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Payment of the first installment or “full” payment is due to the County Treasurer by January 31st, unless you reside in the Townships of Highland or Dairyland. The first installment or “full” payment is due to the Municipal Treasurer for that Township by January 31st. All second installment payments are due by July 31st, and payable to the Douglas County Treasurer.
FYI: If you miss paying the first installment by January 31st, then the second installment option for July is lost and interest begins accruing at 1% per month on the “entire” balance due, beginning February 1st, until paid in full.
Yes. All first half payments due to Douglas County (excluding the Towns of Dairyland and Highland), and all second half installment and delinquent payments may be paid by credit card or E-check. There will be a convenience fee charged for each transaction by our servicing provider, Point and Pay. The credit card fee is 2.39%; E-check is a flat fee of $1.50 per entry. They also accept Visa Debit Cards at a flat rate of $3.95. Payments can be made online through the Douglas County website or IVR (telephone) 877-791-1361.