How can I pay my taxes?
  • IN PERSON AT THE CLERK/TREASURER’S OFFICE: Regular tax collection hours at the Clerk/Treasurer’s Office are Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. through the end of January EXCEPT when we will be observing holiday hours which are listed on the front page.
  • DEPOSITORY BOX: You may also utilize the City Hall Depository at any time. It is located in the vestibule of City Hall, accessed from the upper level. The payments deposited in the City Hall depository will be processed the next business day, with the assumption they were delivered the day before.
  • BY MAIL: For your convenience, your payments may be made by mail. Please tear off the top portion of your bill and use the enclosed green envelope. The address provided on this envelope is for TAX PAYMENTS ONLY. If you want a receipt mailed to you please include a self-addressed, stamped envelope with your tax payment. You can also access the payment information on Waukesha County’s website.
  • ELECTRONIC CHECKS: You can pay your taxes by electronic check by visiting the Waukesha County website at On their homepage, select the “Pay/Search Property Tax” link and then select the “Pay Options” tab on the top of your screen and follow the prompts. You will be charged $1.50 for this service.
  • BY CREDIT CARD: Enjoy the convenience and flexibility of credit card payments for your taxes. The City of Pewaukee, in cooperation with, offers the opportunity to pay taxes either by telephone (888) 891-6064 Option #1 Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. EST or via the internet by going to the Waukesha County website (follow the electronic check instructions above). Point & Pay will charge a nominal fee of 2.39% for this service. Please note: credit card payments will NOT be accepted when paying in person at City Hall.

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1. What if I did not receive a Real Estate Tax Bill?
2. How can I pay my taxes?
3. What if I do not receive a Personal Property Tax Bill?
4. What is the due date for Personal Property Taxes?
5. How much did I pay in Real Estate Taxes last year?
6. Have you received my Real Estate Tax payment from my bank?
7. Are you a new property owner and have not received a tax bill?
8. What are the due dates for Real Estate Taxes?
9. Who do I make my tax payment to?
10. Where do I mail my Personal Property Tax payment?