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State statute section 70.1105 contains requirements for partial exemption. Besides the section 70.1105 requirements, owners seeking partial exemption must be aware of the leasing and rent restrictions in section 70.11's preamble. Wisconsin State Statute 70.11
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All of these tax units decide what services they will provide in the coming year and how much money they will need to provide those services. This amount is divided by the assessed value of all city property minus the school tax credit to arrive at the net tax rate. The tax rate is the rate that is necessary to raise sufficient money for the property tax to meet the levy.
The levy is determined by totaling all expected sources of revenue, such as state aids and shared revenues, license fees, etc. This amount is then subtracted from the estimated expenditure figure, and the remainder must be raised from the property tax.
Contact the city assessor at:3805 S. Casper Dr.New Berlin, WI 53151Ph: (262) 797-2465
You can also complete a change of address form.
To learn about different pleas, please view the following webpage.
The New Berlin Municipal Court offers several options to pay your citation. Please refer to the page below to find out acceptable methods of payment.
For information on rescheduling court dates, please click below for more information.
Please refer to our Explanation of Pleas and Sentencing page for information on the municipal court process. For citation instructions, please view the following document.
The Municipal Court is located in the Public Safety Building at: 16300 West National Ave. New Berlin, WI 53151. Map out directions through MapQuest here.
The Wisconsin Department of Transportation can provide information about reinstating your driver's license if it has been suspended. Please refer to our Driver's License page for more information.
The Wisconsin Department of Transportation can provide information about registering your vehicle. Please also refer to our Vehicle Registration page for additional information.
To learn more about Teen Court and the qualifications to participate, please refer to our Teen Court page for information.
The Wisconsin Department of Transportation can provide information about the status of your driver's license. Please also refer to our Driver's License page for additional information.
To obtain a police or accident report for an incident that occurred in the City of New Berlin, please contact the New Berlin Police Department at 262-782-6640.
Information on community service requirements can be found at our Suggested Locations for Community Service page.
No person is allowed to park a vehicle on any street in the City of New Berlin between 2:00 am and 5:00 am unless a permit is granted. Signs giving notice of this restriction are posted at or near the corporate limits of the city on all state and county truck highways and connecting streets.
A permit may be issued by the Police Department to any owner or lessee of any motor vehicle to park overnight on a street or highway adjacent to the premises occupied by such owner or lessee as a residence where there is insufficient parking space on the premises to provide parking space for the motor vehicle.
Please contact the New Berlin Police for more information on obtain a parking permit.
No. If you overpay a citation and the court office issues you a refund, not cashing the refund will not hold off the reporting of your citation to the Department of Transportation. Citations are reported to the Department of Transportation immediately after a finding has been entered.
Recycling Center Hours April 3, 2018 to December 1, 2018 Tuesday and Thursday 10:00 am to 7:00 pm and Saturday from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm Winter Recycling Center Hours start December 2, 2018 Saturdays ONLY from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm
The recycling center accepts yard waste (leaves, branches), scrap metal, #1 & #2 plastics, cardboard, newspaper, magazines, household mail, used motor oil, used antifreeze, clothing, cans, computers and peripherals, televisions, and metal appliances that do NOT contain freon. It does not accept any construction material such as wood and drywall, refrigerators, dehumidifiers or air conditioners.
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The City of New Berlin contracts with Advanced Disposal for residential garbage/recycling pickup. This amount is included on your tax bill.