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Pictured from left to right - Treasurer Stacy Bell, Board President Rich Heidel, Clerk Lisa Vanden Heuvel


The Village Clerk works under the direction of the Village Administrator to carry out the day-to-day administrative tasks associated with municipal government. The Village Clerk is a full-time position appointed by the Village Administrator with the advice and consent of the Village Board, and may be removed from office by the Village President with the consent of the Board, in accordance with all applicable Wisconsin Statutes. 

The Clerk's department has the following responsibilities:

  • Elections Administration;

  • Records Retention and Management;

  • Serving as Secretary at all public meetings;

  • Monitoring Village finances and investments;

  • Monitoring Tax Assessments and Special Charges;

  • Fulfilling requests for information;

  • Administering oaths of office and serving as a notary public.

Clerk - Lisa Vanden Heuvel


The Village Treasurer performs a wide variety of duties and functions mostly related to the statutory duties of the position of Village Treasurer. The full-time position reports to the Village Administrator; is responsible for accounting duties, tax preparation and collection, reporting, and must routinely interact with residents and members of the public; and may be removed from office by the Village President with the consent of the Board, in accordance with all applicable Wisconsin Statutes. 

The Treasurer's department has the following responsibilities:

  • Annual Property Tax Calculation and Reporting

  • 1st Installment Property Tax Collection

  • Assist the Financial Consultant as required

  • Monthly and Annual Reporting

  • Assist Village Administrator with Annual Budget Process

  • Provide documentation for the Annual Audit

  • Manage Village Debt Payments and Loan Invoices

  • Accounts Receivable and Invoicing

  • Receipting and Petty Cash Management

  • Annual Special Charges on the Tax Roll

  • Delinquent Personal Property Tax Collection

  • Property Tax Collection

Treasurer - Stacy Bell


The 2023 Tax Bills are compiled by the Brown County Treasurer’s Office and will be mailed on or after December 8, 2023. The Village of Hobart collects the first installment payment or full tax payments of your real estate and/or personal property tax bills through January 31, 2024. Payments can be made:

Online: Online payments include debit or credit cards and e-checks. If you choose to make an online payment, it must be processed through Brown County’s website at:

  • Sign in as a guest and search by property number, parcel number, name, address, etc.

  • Select the check mark to the left of the correct parcel and add it to the cart.

  • View the cart and make the payment.

  • Please note there are fees associated with making online payments.

By Mail: Please make checks payable to the Village of Hobart and send the payment to:

Village of Hobart-Tax Payment
2990 S. Pine Tree Rd
Hobart, WI 54155


In Person: Payments can be processed in person at the Village of Hobart office, 2990 S. Pine Tree Road, Monday through Friday from 7:30 am to 4:00 pm. The office will be closed on December 25 & 26, 2023 and on January 1, 2024.

Drop Box: Payments can be left in the Village of Hobart drop box which is located at 2990 S. Pine Tree Road by the front door and it is available at any time. Please do not deposit cash in this box. ALL PROPERTY TAX PAYMENTS RECEIVED IN OUR DROP BOX BY 7:00 AM ON JANUARY 2, 2024 WILL BE RECORDED AS PAYMENTS IN TAX YEAR 2023 UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED BY THE TAXPAYER.

** Please do not combine any other municipality’s payments with your Hobart tax payment, whether it is paid online, in-person, drop box or via mail. If payments for multiple municipalities are combined, the tax payment may be delayed and/or rejected.

** If you need a receipt mailed back to you, please include a self-addressed stamped envelope with your payment. A receipt can also be printed through Brown County’s Website: Search by your last name or address.

The Brown County Treasurer collects the second payment and any delinquent tax payments. Physical address:


305 E. Walnut Street, Room #160
Green Bay, WI 54301
Mailing address:
PO Box 23600
Green Bay, WI 54305

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