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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:  https://www.co.walworth.wi.us/ (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].

ATV/UTV Route Changes are Now Legal.

County Roads with a speed limit of 55 mph for cars will now have a speed limit of 45moh for ATV/UTV’s.

Signs are posted on the routes and an updated map is coming soon!!

With the first week of summer vacation upon us, there have been more juveniles seen out on the roadways. Let’s work together to teach our kids how to safely operate ATV/UTV’s on the roadways.
– The keys, to ATV/UTV’s should be kept out of reach of children.
– Children should be supervised at all times on an ATV/UTV
– Head Gear MUST be worn by ALL persons under 18 years of age!
On Topic Highlights:
8. No person under the age of 16 may operate an all-terrain vehicle on a designated town all-terrain vehicle route unless accompanied by his or her parent or guardian or by a person who is at least 18 years of age who is designated by the parent or guardian.
9. No person under the age of 18 may operate an all-terrain vehicle on any designated town all-terrain vehicle route unless wearing protective head gear.
10. No all-terrain vehicle operator under the age of 12 may operate on a town designated all-terrain vehicle route under any circumstances.
11. No person who is under current driver’s license suspension, revocation, or cancellation for any reason may operate an all-terrain vehicle upon any town roads.
 
Have a Great Weekend Neighbors!