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Property Tax Deadline-: Good morning, Passing along this reminder for Walworth County property owners that the final installment of the 2023 real estate taxes is due to the Walworth County Treasurer by July 31, 2024. Please reach out with any questions. Have a great weekend.   ***   For more information contact: Walworth County Treasurer’s Office (262)741-4251   For Immediate Release on July 10, 2024, Elkhorn, Wisconsin FINAL INSTALLMENT OF 2023 TAXES DUE JULY 31 Walworth County Treasurer, Valerie Etzel, would like to remind all Walworth County property owners that the final installment of the 2023 real estate taxes are due to the Walworth County Treasurer by July 31, 2024. Include your payment stub(s) or indicate parcel number(s) that you are paying on your check or in a separate memo so we may apply your payment(s) correctly.   The following payment options are available to property owners:   In Person: Check, cash, money order at the Walworth County Treasurer’s office,       100 W. Walworth St, Elkhorn.  Office is open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.    By Mail:Checks or money orders may be mailed to the Walworth County Treasurer, PO Box 1001, Elkhorn, WI 53121.  Your mail must receive a U.S. Postmark on or before July 31, 2024.  If you would like a receipt(s) mailed to you, enclose a self-addressed stamped envelope with your payment.   Online: (Property Taxes) Payments accepted via electronic check, debit card, or credit card.  Convenience fees for online payments are as follows: $.25 – electronic check (echeck) $3.50 – debit card (flat convenience fee) 2% – credit card (fee is charged for total amount due)        4. Drop Box:  Payments of checks or money orders may be placed in the drop box located at the center median of the parking lot on the north           side of the Government Center, 100 W. Walworth St, Elkhorn.   It is important that property owners meet the July 31 deadline. If you miss the deadline, the balance on your account will be considered delinquent and subject to interest and penalty of 1.5% per month retroactive to February 1 (10.5 %).   Specific questions may be directed to the Walworth County Treasurer’s Office. (262) 741-4251; email [email protected].

Town Mission Statement

Here are the three collaboratively crafted Mission Statements that the Town Board would invite the community to review and comment on. Comments should be sent to the Town Board through the Town Clerk or the Town Board members’ email by May 5th.

The Town Board will take all suggestions into consideration and perhaps modify any of the three mission statements presented. The goal is to have the Town Board vote at the May 10th meeting to select the Town’s Mission Statement.

The selected Mission Statement will appear on the Town’s Website and the electronic Community Calendar inside Town Hall. Future uses of the Mission Statement will be determined.

The three Mission Statements presented at the April 20th Annual Meeting were the results of valued citizen input. The Town’s next steps are to narrow down the Vision Statements and Logo options so that community input can be gathered and final choices determined.

1) The Town of East Troy is a small southeastern Wisconsin community which has been generously blessed with natural resources and rich agricultural lands. The Town’s government is committed to protecting the safety of people and property, acting with integrity and maintaining fiscal responsibility. The citizens and government strive to support business, recreation and agriculture while making the Town of East Troy a great place to live and work, both for today and tomorrow.

2) The Town of East Troy is a community that provides the best of lake and country living by protecting prime agricultural lands and our natural resource treasures. The Town maintains a mutually respectful relationship with its neighbors to ensure a thriving, healthy quality of life for the present and future generations.

3) The Town of East Troy’s mission is to preserve the safety and wellness of its natural resources, properties, businesses and people. The Town’s government strives to serve the community with fiscal responsibility, integrity and professionalism.