Biennial Exemption Report
Biennial Exemption Reports
Property owners of exempt properties must file exemption reports by March 31 of every even numbered year. This applies to properties that were previously granted exempt status.
Biennial Exemption Report (PC-220): This needs to be filed by exempt property owners by March 31st of even years.
Biennial Exemption Report - Multiple Properties (PC-220A): This form can be filed by property owners that have more than one exempt real estate holding.
2020 Biennial Exemption Reports and COVID-19 Public Health Emergency
March 27, 2020
The Governor’s emergency Safer at Home Order asks residents, business, community organizations, and government to take action to reduce further spread of COVID-19. Part of the order makes it clear that individuals should stay at home and observe social distancing guidelines.
As a rule, the Assessor’s Office takes a firm stance on statutory deadlines. However, we are also aware that it may be difficult for owners of exempt properties to comply with the statutory obligation to file the biennial tax exemption reports by the March 31 deadline under the current circumstances.
With that in mind, we simply ask that owners of exempt property make us aware by US Post or email in a brief way their intention to file the report along with the property address or tax key number as soon as practicable.
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- U.S. Mail
- City of Milwaukee Assessor's Office
200 E. Wells Street, Room 507
Milwaukee, WI 53202
It is the intention of the Assessor’s Office to delay sending reminder letters to those exempt organizations that have not had a chance to submit the exemption report until April 30th, 2020 in the event the report has not been received by that date.
If you have already filed your biennial exemption report, thank you.
Letter mailed to Exempt Property Owners