Village Assessor

Assessment Information

All properties in the Village of Brown Deer are re-assessed annually. It is a common misconception that the village increases property values to collect additional taxes.  In fact, every municipality in the state must follow the same levy limits and assessed values are not used to determine your taxes. The village sets a budget annually; in addition the county, the local school district and the nearest technical college collect taxes based on their budgets.

Assessors do not set taxes. It is their job to review recent market sales and compare similar properties in our community to set fair and equitable assessments. They are regulated by the Department of Revenue to maintain properties to fair market value. This ensures every property owner is paying their fair share of taxes based on the market value of their property.

Assessor Contact Information

2023 Assessment Dates

  • Open book is a period of time for residents to discuss their assessment value with the assessor. It is scheduled May 18 from 12 – 2 p.m. at Village Hall. You do not need to wait until May 18 to speak with the assessor. You can schedule a time either online, over the phone at 920-749-8098, or via email at If you can’t come to an agreement of value with the assessor, a written/oral intent to object must be filed with the Village Clerk at least 48 hours prior to the Board of Review. 
  • Board of Review is a 5 member board that meets annually to review assessment objections filed by residents who disagree with their value. It is being held on Thursday, June 22 from 10:00am to 12:00pm at the Village Hall.
  • Contact the Village Clerk at or 414-371-3050 should you need to file an objection or have general questions pertaining to your assessment.

Additional Links

Important Documents

2023 Preliminary Assessment Roll

2023 Residential/Commercial Fact Sheet

Watch the video below to learn what an assessor does.

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