Payments for City Services

Payments for taxes, utility bills, and the majority of City services are handled through the City Treasurer.

Payments Made In-Person


Payments can be made in person at the Treasurer's office counter. There is also a payment drop box located on the north side of City Hall. Payments placed in the drop box by 5:00 p.m. on the due date for the bill or invoice will be receipted as timely payments.

Payments Mailed


In addition to in-person payments, payments can be mailed. Payments can be mailed to the Treasurer’s office at City Hall. However, a utility or tax payment sent with the remittance portion of the bill can be mailed to the PO box. For your convenience a return envelope is enclosed with your bill. The PO box goes to our bank's processing center.

Utility Payments


Additional information regarding utility bill payments, including our Automatic Payment Program, can be found here. If you would like to pay your utility bill online, click on the payment button below. A service fee is charged by the credit card service provider. The dollar amount of the payment may be limited by the service provider, due to processing fees.


Note: When using the Online Payment option, your internet browser should be at one of the following versions: Microsoft Internet Explorer versions 8.0+
Mozilla Firefox versions 16.0+ 
Google Chrome 
Apple Safari versions 6.0+

Real Estate Property Tax Payments


If you would like to pay your real estate property tax bill online, you can do so using the Waukesha County online payment system at www.waukeshacounty.gov. Click on the link to Pay Your Taxes Online. This is for Real Estate tax bills only.

Note: Credit card transactions are subject to a 2.39% fee, with a $1.50 minimum transaction fee. Electronic check transactions are $1.50 per eCheck, $10 for transactions $10,000 or greater.

Personal Property Tax Payments


Personal Property Taxes are not available online. Payments must be mailed, or paid in-person at the Treasurer's Office.

Payment for Licenses and Permits


Payments for dog licenses, yard waste hauling permits, recycling bins, cigarette and vending machine licenses, and all alcohol-related licenses (liquor and bartenders) are handled by the City Clerk’s office. The Clerk’s office can be reached at – (262) 796-6653 or via Email.
  

Payments for Building and Related Permits


Payments for building and related permits are made to Inspection Services in City Hall. Questions regarding payments for building and related permits should be directed to Inspection Services at – (262) 796-6646 between 7:00 am to 5:00 pm, Monday through Friday.

Payments for Court Fines – Traffic and Municipal Citations


Payments of court fines for traffic and municipal citations are accepted at the Police Department in the Public Safety Building. Questions regarding court fines should be directed to the Municipal Court at – (262) 796-6660.

Payments for Library Fines and Fees


Payments for library past due charges and/or lost materials are only handled in person at the Circulation Desk at the Brookfield Public Library. Payment types accepted include cash or check. Library Location, Hours, and Phone

Payments for Parks and Recreation Services


Payments for recreation programs and reservations of park facilities are made payable to the Parks, Recreation and Forestry department. Questions should be directed to Parks, Recreation and Forestry at 262-796-6675.

Acceptable Forms of Payment


Cash or check is always accepted in person. Municipal Court and Park and Recreation accept Visa, Mastercard and Discover payments in person. Park and Recreation also accepts Visa, Mastercard and Discover online. Utility bills may be paid online using Visa or Mastercard. Real estate tax bills may be paid online using Visa, Mastercard, American Express and Discover.
Payments for taxes, utility bills, and the majority of City services are handled through the City Treasurer.

Payments Made In-Person


Payments can be made in person at the Treasurer's office counter. There is also a payment drop box located on the north side of City Hall. Payments placed in the drop box by 5:00 p.m. on the due date for the bill or invoice will be receipted as timely payments.

Payments Mailed


In addition to in-person payments, payments can be mailed. Payments can be mailed to the Treasurer’s office at City Hall. However, a utility or tax payment sent with the remittance portion of the bill can be mailed to the PO box. For your convenience a return envelope is enclosed with your bill. The PO box goes to our bank's processing center.

Utility Payments


Additional information regarding utility bill payments, including our Automatic Payment Program, can be found here. If you would like to pay your utility bill online, click on the payment button below. A service fee is charged by the credit card service provider. The dollar amount of the payment may be limited by the service provider, due to processing fees.