The County Treasurer’s office is responsible for the cash management process in the County. This includes collecting and receipting of all County money. This office coordinates the tax bill process and the collection of the property taxes. First installments of taxes are collected for the Town of Brooklyn, Town of Kingston, Town of Mackford, Town of Marquette, Town of St Marie, Village of Marquette and the City of Green Lake. Green Lake County collects the second installments for all municipalities.

The mission of the County Treasurer’s office is to provide efficient courteous service and maintain accurate records, while upholding the fiduciary and statutory responsibilities required of the office.

Responsibilities of the County Treasurer:

  • Manage County funds by receipting and accounting for the money received from taxpayers, departments and government agencies. Disburse monies due employees, vendors, taxing jurisdictions and taxpayers.
  • Invest County funds not immediately needed to ensure safety, liquidity and return, while following guidelines set by County Board, State Statutes, and County Investment Policy.
  • Administer Property Tax Laws and Collect Property Taxes as outlined in the Wisconsin Statutes.
  • Maintain Tax Billing and Collection History Records for archives and public inspection per open records law.

Staff Directory

Amanda Toney – Treasurer/Real Property Lister

Stefanie Meeker – Chief Deputy Treasurer

Jessica McLean

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Boat Launch Permits

Annual boat launch passes are now available for purchase in the County Treasurer’s office at the following address:
Green Lake County Government Center
571 County Road A
Green Lake WI 54941

Effective April 1, 2020, the cost for an annual pass is as follows:
Green Lake County Resident – $30.00
Non-Resident – $40.00
Each additional pass – $2.00

All annual passes must be purchased in the County Treasurer’s office. Annual passes are valid for both Margaret Dodge Memorial Park on County Road K and Sunset Park on County Road A.

Daily launch passes will be sold at the parks in the launch area.
The cost of a daily pass is $7.00

Please contact the Green Lake County Treasurer’s office for more information at 920-294-4018.

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In Rem Property For Sale



Please contact Green Lake County Treasurer’s Office with questions on these properties.

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Green Lake County Finance Committee will sell the parcels of land of which Green Lake County is the owner of title. The parcels of land will be sold to the highest bidder. Property will be conveyed by quit claim deed to the highest bidder upon payment in full.  No title obstructions except for lawful covenants and easements.  Submit bid by listing parcel number, and write the words: SEALED BID- COUNTY LAND ADDRESS OF PROPERTY on the outside of the envelope, which shall be addressed to the Green Lake County Clerk, 571 County Road A, Green Lake, WI 54941. All bids must be forwarded to arrive no later than July 28, 2021 at 2:30pm. A deposit of 20% is required to be included in the form of a cashier’s check, certified check or money order made out to the Green Lake County Treasurer.  Settlement will be within 10 days of acceptance of bid.  The Finance Committee reserves the right to accept or reject any or all bids.  This advertisement appears in accordance with the provision of and in compliance with Green Lake County Ordinance #5-47, Amended by Ordinance #845-05.

Amanda R Toney, County Treasurer


Town of Princeton, Lot Four (4) of the Unique Mobile Home Subdivision, being located in the Town of Princeton, Green Lake County, Wisconsin.

Parcel #: 016-01803-0000        $5,349.60


Town of St. Marie, Lot One (1) of Certified Survey Map 2303 being located in Section 30, Township 17 North, Range 12 East, Town of St. Marie, Green Lake County, Wisconsin.

Parcel #: 018-00387-0000        $15,645.45

N7802 Dead End Rd.


City of Princeton, A part of the Southeast Quarter of the Northeast Quarter (SE ¼ NE ¼) of Section 24, Town 16 North, Range 11 East, being more particularly described as follows: Commencing at the point where the center line of C.T.H. “D” intersects the easterly margin of the former C. & N.W. RR; thence North 30 deg. 53′ East six hundred fifty-seven and two tenths (657.2) feet in the center line of C.T.H. “D”; thence west four hundred twelve (412) feet to the east margin of said former C. & N.W. RR.; thence South 7 deg. 35′ East five hundred sixty-nine (569) feet in the east margin of former C. & N.W. RR to the point of beginning, containing 2.68 acres.

Parcel #: 271-00623-0000          $14,181.42

459 River Rd.

City of Princeton, Lot One (1) of Certified Survey Map No. 2163 dated July 21, 1994 and recorded in the office of the Register of Deeds for Green Lake County, Wisconsin on July 25, 1994 at 12: 10 P.M. in Volume 9 of CSM’s on Page 2163; part of the SE ¼ NE ¼ and part of the NE ¼ NE ¼ Section 24, Tl 6N, Rl l E, City of Princeton, Green Lake County, Wisconsin.

PIN: 271-00637-0000               $2,332.71

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Online Tax Payments

The Green Lake County Treasurer’s Office is pleased to offer you the option of paying your Real Estate property taxes online using a credit/debit card or processing an electronic check.  Service is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Processing fees; Debit/Credit Card 2.39% of the amount being charged, Electronic Check $1.50

Simply click on the link below and follow the directions.

Online Tax Payment Instructions

Property Tax Data

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Plat Books

The 2020 Green Lake County Plat Book is available at the County Treasurer’s Office. The price is $31.65 (inc tax) if picked up at the Treasurer’s office and $34.15 if mailed.

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Real Property Lister

The main duties of the office of the Real Property Lister are to prepare and maintain accurate ownership and description information for all parcels in the county.

This includes:

  • Parcels numbers.
  • Owner’s name and accurate legal description as shown on the latest records in the office of the Register of Deeds.
  • Owner’s mailing address.
  • Number of acres in the parcel if it contains more than one acre.
  • Schools district and special purpose district codes.
  • The Real Property Lister provides information on parcels of real property in the county for the use of the taxation district assessors, city, village and town clerks and treasurers and county offices and any other persons requiring that information.
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