Tax Payments


By Mail . . . Mail to: Village of Belmont, 222 S. Mound Ave. PO Box 6, Belmont, WI  53510

Village Drop Box Locations . . . Village Office —Utility Payment drop box located on the right side of the Village Office Entrance.

Pay online by Debit or Credit Card . . . Pay your tax bill over the internet 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.  

  • A private company charges a fee for this service equal to 2.75% for debit and credit card transactions. 
  • Visit: Payment Service Network (PSN) to pay by debit or credit card.
  • To pay the property taxes online be prepared to enter your full name, parcel number, and tax bill number.

Receipts . . . We will  ONLY send receipts to those who include a business-sized, self-addressed stamped envelope with their payment.  If you have multiple parcels please provide a larger envelope to accommodate for the larger size mailing.  Payment status and receipts can be seen/printed from the


  • At least the first installment must be paid to the Village of Belmont by January 31 of each year.  The First installment includes one-half of your property taxes and 100% of any special charges.
  • The second installment is due by July 31st of each year and is payable to the Lafayette County Treasurer.

Escrow Check Payments . . . Property owners who have an escrow account with the mortgage company holding the lien on their property will still receive the tax notice, but it is up to the owner to confirm that the mortgage company receives a copy and discuss with them when the property taxes will be paid. Make sure to ENDORSE the back of the check.   Note: If your mortgage escrow check is larger than the amount of your tax bill you will be issued a refund check.  Refunds will be issued within 30 days of payment.


  •  DO NOT include any other payments with your tax payment.  Please write a separate check for your pet license and utility bill. Tax payments are placed into a separate bank account from other payments. If you include more than your property tax payment the check will be refused and you will be required to issue a new check.
  • Failure to receive a tax bill does not relieve the obligation to pay real estate taxes.
  • Please write your parcel or bill number on your check and include the payment stub from your tax bill, especially for multiple properties.
  • If the total tax due per parcel is $100 or less the full amount is due by January 31st.  (s74.11(7) or 74.12 & 74.5 Wis. Stats.)
  • All personal property taxes, except improvements on leased land, are due in full by January 31st.


Who Qualifies for the WI Lottery & Gaming Credit?  To qualify for the Lottery & Gaming Credit, you must be a WI resident, own a dwelling and use it as your primary residence as of the Jan. 1st certification date of the year the property taxes are levied.  If an owner is temporarily absent, typically for a period no longer than six months (ex: hospital, vacation, incarcerated), the primary residence is the home where the owner returns.  Principal dwelling means any dwelling the owner of the dwelling uses as his/her primary residence.  A property owner may claim only one primary residence.  You cannot claim the Lottery & Gaming Credit on a business property, rental units, vacant land, garages or other property that is not the owner’s primary residence.

If you are eligible for the credit as of the January 1 certificate date, but your property tax bill does not show the credit, contact the Village Clerk Treasurer to complete the application.


Lottery Credit Applications