2017 Final Equalized Values Posted

​August 15, 2017

To: County Clerks, County Treasurers, Real Property Listers
      Registers of Deeds, Assessors, Statutory Assessors
      Municipal Clerks, Municipal Treasurers, TID Subscriber List

Final Equalized Values

Today the Wisconsin Department of Revenue (DOR) posted its final 2017 Equalized Values, Tax Incremental District (TID) Values, Net New Construction Report, and County Apportionment Report.
Note: Under state law (sec. 70.57, Wis. Stats.), if a change in value is identified after the certification date, it must be made the following year.

Available Reports

Statement of Changes in Equalized Values

  • 2017 total Equalized Values
  • 2016 total Equalized Values
  • Amount and percent change from 2016
  • Prior year corrections
  • Detailed adjustments to the Equalized Values

Tax Incremental District Values

  • 2017 total TID values
  • 2017 value increment
  • 2016 total TID values
  • Amount and percent change from 2016
  • Locally assessed TID values
  • Manufacturing TID values
  • Prior year corrections

Tax Incremental Finance Value Limitation

  • TID base year
  • 2017 TID current value
  • 2017 TID value increment
  • 2017 municipality Equalized Values
  • 5 percent, 7 percent  or 12 percent test

Net New Construction

  • 2016 Equalized Values
  • 2017 net new construction – amount of net new construction that occurred in calendar year 2016. Note: This may include prior year corrections.
  • Net new construction as a percent of the 2016 Equalized Value. Note: This percent is a factor in levy limit calculations.

County Apportionment

  • 2017 Equalized Values reduced by 2017 TID Increment Values
  • 2017 apportionment as a percent of total county value (reduced by total TID increment)
  • 2017 TID Value Increments

Note: DOR also mailed the 2017 Equalized Values to Municipal and County Clerks.

Additional Information

For more information on the Equalization process and uses of Equalized Values, review the Wisconsin's Equalized Values publication on our website.

If you have questions, contact the Equalization Bureau District Office in your area.