Town of Ogema

Demographics


  • Town of Ogema
    W5005 State Road Road 86
    Ogema, WI  54459
    Ph: 715-767-5860
  • Population: 713
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Town Departments

  • Clerk: Jolene Berger
    N2493 State Highway 13
    Ogema, WI 54459
    Ph: 715-657-0802
    Email
  • Treasurer: Sharon Jorgensen
    P.O. Box 635
    Ogema, WI 54459
    Ph: 715-767-5216
    Email
  • Assessor: Elk River Appraisals
    W5749 County Road H
    Phillips, WI 54555
    Ph: 715-820-0541
    Email
  • Zoning: Raymond Ploof, Jr.
    W5816 County Road O
    Ogema, WI 54459
    Ph: 715-767-5249

Town Board Members

  • Chairman: Lars Holm
    W4932 State Highway 86
    Ogema, WI 54459
    Ph: 715-767-5708
  • Supervisor: Dean Kurth
    W7285 County Rd M
    Ogema, WI  54459
    Ph: 715-767-5728
  • Supervisor: Peggy Machnikowski
    N1964 County Rd G
    Ogema, WI 54459
    Ph: 715-767-5871
    Email

OPEN BOOK & BOARD of REVIEW


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

Open Book             May   26, 2020  4:00 - 6:00 pm
Board of Review    June    9, 2020  6:00 - 8:00 pm


Held at Town Hall, W5005 ST Hwy 86, Ogema

​Assessor: Elk River Appraisals  elk.river@live.com 



Property Tax Collection


All current year taxes are payable to the Town of Ogema Treasurer
Sharon Jorgensen; N1811 Co Road G; Ogema, WI  54459 through July 31.

  • 1st payment: 25% due by January 31, pay half, or pay in full
  • 2nd Payment: 25% due by April 30 or pay the second half April Payment Due List (2019 taxes paid by 4/30/20)
  • 3rd Payment: 50% due by July 31  July Payment Due List (2019 taxes paid by 7/31/20)

All real estate taxes under $100, personal property taxes and special charges are due January 31 to the Town of Ogema.

Alternative Options

1. Pay taxes in full by January 31.
2. Pay 50% of taxes by January 31 and 50% by July 31 
When using this option, add the first two installments as printed on the tax bill stubs. 

Online Payment 

 Pay with credit/debit card or E-check please use this Ogema payment portal
 
There is a 3% convenience fee charged by Point n Pay for credit/debit card payments and fee of $1.50 for E-check which the taxpayer is responsible. The fee is retained by Point n Pay.

Missed or Late Payment

If any one of the installment payments 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 and option to pay in installments is lostPursuant 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.

Taxes payments after August 2 are considered delinquent and payable to Price County Treasurer along with interest and penalty. 
Payments after August 2 can be made with credit/debit card or E-check by using this           county 
payment portal.
There is a 2.35% fee charged for credit/debit card payments and $1.50 for E-checks that the taxpayer is responsible.

Pet Fees

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Dog Licenses are issued by the PRICE COUNTY SHERIFF's OFFICE through one of the options below.       MUST provide current RABIES CERTIFICATE to receive a license. 

  1.  Mail:  Checks payable to Price County Sheriff's Office,  Attn: Price Co Humane Officer   PO Box B  Phillips, WI 54555
  2. In Person: Price County Sheriff's Office Monday - Friday  8:00 am - 4:00 pm
  3. Online for a fee at  Dog License online renewal  

License Fee


  • Neutered and spayed: $15
  • Unaltered: $20
  • Multiple up to 12 dogs: $35, $3 for each additional dog

Questions: Contact Humane Officer Dean Merlak 715-339-3011
Price County Ordinance 223-20 requires for the keeping of any dog over 4 months of age to be licensed.

The dog shall be vaccinated for rabies by a licensed veterinarian within 30 days of dog attaining 4 months of age.

Penalty for failure to obtain a dog license by April 1st will result in a fine of up to $200 and late fee of $5.

The owner must provide proof of rabies vaccination to receive a license.