Village of Kennan

Demographics

  • Village of Kennan
    N4315 Mequon
    PO Box 192
    Kennan, WI 54537
    Ph: 715-474-3325
  • Population: 135

Village Departments / Positions

  • Clerk: Brenda Jones
    PO Box 192

    Kennan, WI 54537
    Ph: 715-474-6658
    Email
  • Treasurer: Shirley Arndt
     W10379 McMullen St
    Kennan, WI 54537
    Ph: 715-965-2469
    Email               
  • Assessor: Bridget Jeske
     W8111 State Highway 70
     Fifield, WI  54524
    Ph: 715-762-1816                
    Email
  • Zoning: Village President

Village Board Members

  • President: Jill Arndt
    PO Box 144
    W9997 Lawrence St
    Kennan, WI 54537
    Ph: 715-474-2280
    Email
  • Trustee: Bret Dunlap
    W10267 Lawrence St
    Kennan, WI  54537
    Ph: 715-474-2462
  • Trustee: Max Ericson
    N4438 West Rd
    Kennan, WI 54537
    Ph: 715-415-7366

  OPEN BOOK & BOARD of REVIEW

To view the Open Book and Board of Review schedule, please click here.

 Location:  Kennan Town Hall  N4315 Mequon 

Assessor: Bridget Jeske

josef000@centurytel.net  715-762-1816



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Property Tax Collection

  • 1st half or full payment due postmarked by January 31 to: Village of Kennan Treasurer, W10379 McMullen St, Kennan WI 54537
  • 2nd half payment due by July 31 payable to: Price County Treasurer, 126 Cherry St, Phillips, WI  54555
  •   July Payment Due List
    Delinquent Tax List 

All real estate taxes under $100, personal property taxes, MFL and special charges are due in FULL by January 31 to the Village of Kennan

Missed or Late Payment

 If any installment payment is missed or not paid by due date:

  •  The entire unpaid balance of taxes becomes delinquent and subject to 1.5% per month interest/penalty retroactive to February 1
  • Option to pay in installments is lost.  
  • Pursuant to Wisconsin Statute Section 74.47, interest and penalty of 1.5% per month on the whole unpaid balance and will be charged from February 1 regardless of when the tax due becomes delinquent. No matter what installment is missed, the total unpaid balance becomes due and payable and is subject to interest and penalty from February 1 option to pay in installments is lost.
  • Interest and penalty cannot be waived except for postal error