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REAL ESTATE TAXES

1st Installment Due
01/31/2015 to Bloomfield Treasurer.

2nd Installment Due 07/31/2015 to Walworth Co. Treasurer.

NO REMINDER NOTICES FOR 2nd INSTALLMENT.

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Payments made to the Bloomfield Treasurer WILL NOT appear on the Walworth County Treasurer site until Feb. 15th.  Call local treasurer to confirm tax payment.

Bloomfield, Wisconsin

Thank you for visiting the official website for Bloomfield, Walworth County, Wisconsin.

Bloomfield, Wisconsin is home to 6,275 residents, has 84 miles of roads, and covers a 33.4 square mile area of land and water in Walworth County. 

About Us


KIDS DAY OUT

SATURDAY,
AUGUST 29, 2015

11 AM - 3 PM
RAIN OR SHINE!



FREE LUNCH
FREE CHILD ID KIT
FREE GAMES
BOUNCE HOUSE
DUNK TANK


DON'T MISS IT! 
GREAT EVENT FOR CHILDREN OF ALL AGES!

CALENDAR

Upcoming Meetings:


Monday, Aug. 31, 2015
5:00 PM Village Board
5:30 PM Committees

Monday, Sept. 14, 2015
5:30 PM Town Board
6:00 PM Village Board
SHRED DAY
OCTOBER 24, 2015
The PUBLIC SAFETY BUILDING ADDITION (currently under construction) is being paid for with the use of "Impact Fees" bank account holdings. 

Existing property owners are not being taxed!


WHAT ARE "IMPACT FEES"?
    A developer, builder, or property owner is required to pay impact fees ONLY when they construct a new home in Bloomfield to help offset the additional strain on the existing services budget that is created as new structures are built and population increases.  These new construction "impact fees" monies are collected and put in a separate bank account (fund) for qualified capital purchases, improvements, etc., specifically for the fire, police and parks.  They cannot just be applied to our regular budget.  They must be used per State law on qualified expenses.   

Do the Impact Fees Expire?  Yes, State law puts a limit on how long a municipality can hold impact fees without spending them.  Otherwise, we need to refund them and the community gets nothing.

Questions? 
If you have any questions about impact fees or the building construction project, please contact the Bloomfield Clerk-Treasurer Cindy Howard at 262-279-6039 or Village President Ken Monroe at 262-279-5980 and we will be happy to assist you.

Who makes the rules where I plan to burn?


It is your responsibility to know where you are burning and what restrictions apply. DNR annual burning permits are only valid within DNR Protection Areas and outside incorporated cities and villages. Remember, you must also comply with local ordinances that may be more restrictive than state law. Contact your local fire department, town chairperson, or local municipal official if you have any questions.


LOCAL ORDINANCE:

OPEN BURNING for small yard waste is allowed from September 16 through June 14 annually per Town and Village Ordinances, Section 9.11 of the Municipal Code.


OPEN BURNING IS PROHIBITED from June 15 - September 15.


Fire Protection Areas