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All property owners can expect a change of assessment letter in the mail
Tosa Farmers Market Just Mercy book giveaway
8:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Village Harvest Fest
12:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Town Hall Meeting: Rep. Sensenbrenner
1:00 PM - 2:30 PM
Hidden Impact of Segregation
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
50 Years Under the Domes
12:30 PM - 2:00 PM
Municipal Court Closed
5:30 PM - 9:00 PM
Know the 10 Signs of Alzheimer's
7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Twenty Walks Challenge
An Update on Property Assessments, Open Book, and Board of Review
If you have unresolved issues with your property assessment, you must file an appeal before September 18 at 9 am
Fair Housing Training Seminar
A free training for rental property owners and managers
Preview Agendas for the Week of September 16
Public hearings for Tag Tosa, a Montessori school, and a car wash building will take place at Plan Commission this week
Electric Scooters in Wauwatosa
Where can I ride them? What happens if they aren't picked up?
Milwaukee County Submits Materials Related to Sanctuary Woods
Milwaukee County submitted a Certified Survey Map to subdivide the area known as the Sanctuary Woods
Leaf Collection Starts Monday, October 14
See your leaf collection schedule online
Preview the Week of September 9 Meetings
Committees meet this week to discuss liquor license extensions, adaptive bikes, funding for the Bublr bike system, and an agreement with the Lutheran Home and their memory care facility
Now Hiring Crossing Guards
All City Management, the company that provides crossing guard services for Wauwatosa schools, is hiring crossing guards in our area
Wauwatosa Trick-or-Treat Events
Attend one of the trick-or-treat events in your neighborhood
Photo Updates: Swan Blvd. Re-paving and Roundabout Construction
The Wisconsin Department of Transportation anticipates that Swan Blvd. will re-open in early to mid October.
Southeast Wisconsin - Housing Survey
Survey: have you experienced discrimination in finding housing?
Open Book Period for Property Owners
Contact the Assessor's Office to ask questions about your property assessment
How will the revaluation affect taxes?
Learn about the revaluation, the property assessment notice you received in the mail, and how it affects your taxes
Kollmansberger Appointed New City Clerk
Meet the new City Clerk, Melanie Kollmansberger
City Clerk Retires from City of Wauwatosa
Carla Ledesma retires after 34 years with the City of Wauwatosa
What does a Change of Assessment Notice look like?
Every property owner will receive a change of assessment notice in the mail this year because of the revaluation
Community Development Block Grant Funds Available
Funding available for organizations who have programs related to housing, safe living, and expanded economic opportunities
Tosa Green Summit is September 7
Shredding, medication drop off, sustainability vendors, and hazardous waste drop off all in one spot
Receive discounts or rewards if you bike to certain businesses and wear your Bicycle Benefits sticker
Work Ahead: 84th Street between Wright and Center
Storm sewer pipes, sidewalk, driveway approaches, and a resurfaced road work
The Property Assessment Process
I received a change of assessment letter. Now what do I do?
What Does an Assessor Do?
The team of professionals and schedule behind your property assessments
New Medical Sharps Disposal Program
Safely dispose of medical sharps and keep needles out of the trash
Online Interactive Construction Map
See all active construction in Wauwatosa
Recycling Despite International Law Changes
Don't let this stop you from recycling
Property Tax Bill: Looking Ahead
The revaluation of property assessments and school district referendum will impact your 2019 tax bill. Here's what to expect.
How do I find my Garbage, Recycling or Yard Waste Schedule?
Type in your address on the myWauwatosa portal to find your collection calendar
City-wide Revalution for Property Assessments
Expect a change of assessment letter in the mail in July
What can I Recycle?
Wauwatosa has a single-sort recycling system. This means that you can put all of your recyclables in one bin.
Wauwatosa's Resident Guide
Download the helpful resource, featuring an A-Z listing of city services