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Burnett County
Government Center
7410 County Road K
Siren, WI 54872
County Treasurer
Judith Dykstra,
County Treasurer

7410 County Road K #101
Siren, WI  54872

p. 715-349-2187
f. 715-349-2118

Monday - Friday
8:30 am - 4:30 pm
  • Receipt and deposit county funds
  • Collect delinquent property taxes
  • Collect property tax payments due by July 31
  • Prepare and mail delinquent tax notices
  • Prepare and mail postponed tax reminder notices
  • Prepare tax settlements
  • Administer the Lottery and Gaming credit
  • Issue tax certificates
  • Issue Applications for Tax Deeds
  • Print and disburse accounts payable and payroll checks
  • Reconcile the county checking account
  • File various reports with the state

Online Payment Option to Pay Delinquent Property Taxes and Second Installment Property Taxes
Online:  If you wish to pay your delinquent property taxes or the second installment of your property taxes online by credit card (2.39% fee) or E-check ($1.50 fee) you may do so here.  This option will be available beginning February 8 of this year through December 1 of this year.  Pay property taxes on-line.

Additional Payment Options
Mail Check or Money Order to:  Burnett County Treasurer, 7410 County Road K, 101, Siren, WI  54872

In Person at the Treasurer's Office:  Burnett County Government Center, Room 120 

Automatic Withdrawal from Your Checking or Savings Account to Pay Delinquent Taxes:
  Information and Enrollment Form 

Drop Box:
  For the convenience of taxpayers, a payment drop box has been installed in front of the Government Center. The drop box will be emptied mornings—Monday through Friday.

Due Dates for Property Tax Payments
Property tax bills are mailed by the Town or Village Treasurer in mid to late December.  Either payment in full or if your tax bill qualifies you to pay in installments, the payment must be made to the proper Town or Village Treasurer by January 31. The second installment is due to the Burnett County Treasurer by July 31.  If any payment due dates is not met, the unpaid property tax balance becomes delinquent and accrues interest at a rate of 1% per month retroactive to February 1.