Real estate and personal property tax bills are mailed to property owners in December of each year. The full payment or first installment is due to the Town of Brighton by January 31. After January 31, all payments must be made to the Kenosha County Treasurer.
Payments to the Town of Brighton can be made by mail, in-person at Brighton Town Hall during normal business hours or by using the drop-box located to the left of the Town Hall entrance. Payments by mail should be sent to: Town of Brighton, PO Box 249, Kansasville, WI 53139. Receipts will only be returned if a self-addressed and stamped envelope was submitted.
Tax payments made by mail must be post-marked by January 31. Payments that are postmarked February 1 or later will be considered delinquent. In-person tax payments may be made up to five business days after January 31 – this grace period applies only to payments made physically in the municipal treasurer’s office during business hours. Late payments must be paid directly to the Kenosha County Treasurer. Note: The installment option is forfeited and full amount due with an interest penalty if no payment is made by the end of the “grace period.”
The Town participates in the Village of Pleasant Prairie Assessing Consortium and is served by Rocco Vita for town assessment services. The assessor holds office hours at Brighton Town Hall on Wednesdays from 2:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Tax & Assessment Links:
- Property & Tax Inquiry (with Assessment Information)
- Assessor Contact Information (via Village of Pleasant Prairie Assessing Consortium)
- WI Dept. of Revenue Guide for Property Owners