The following properties were listed as tax delinquent as of Sept. 1, 2011.
Note: Payments made since then are not reflected in this list.
For up-to-date information about a property's tax status and to search by parcel number for a property's address, see the county's property inquiry database at kenoshacounty.org.
The initial list below shows the 20 highest amounts of delinquent taxes. Use the fields below to search the database by name or city.
|03-121-01-301-300||BRISTOL-KENOSHA VENTURES LLC||$49808.67||$2779.36||Kenosha|
|03-122-04-376-011||BF PROPERTIES LLC||$48724.68||$3525.42||Kenosha|
|07-222-13-426-010||NADA PROPERTIES OF WISCONSIN LLC||$41092.86||$1038.87||Kenosha|
|03-121-01-420-212||REGENCY HILLS DEVELOPMENT CORP||$38967.49||$2079.75||Kenosha|
|35-4-121-121-0248||7500 KENOSHA LLC||$34796.36||$2343.49||Brighton|
|10-223-18-204-011||TRI-CORE PARTNERS LLC||$24691.92||$1858.39||Kenosha|
|03-122-10-226-052||RAP OF PEWAUKEE LLC||$22620.15||$421.73||Kenosha|
|86-4-119-281-1175||JON CUDZIK||$22397.79||$268.40||Twin Lakes|
|85-4-119-214-2070||ERWIN HINTZ||$19991.38||$319.00||Twin Lakes|
|12-223-31-489-011||LAKEVIEW INVESTMENT LLC||$19675.04||$749.34||Kenosha|
|04-122-12-130-013||SOUTHPORT LUMBER CO||$17714.50||$3078.59||Kenosha|
|08-222-35-176-017||Y & Z PETROLEUM INC||$17231.51||$86.90||Kenosha|
|03-122-04-426-030||D HAYDEN & ELIZABETH GREEN||$16881.37||$1653.11||Kenosha|
|80-4-222-143-0124||RICHARD R & MARIA L YUENKEL||$16719.31||$1172.88||Twin Lakes|
|85-4-119-214-1450||LISA R WALSH||$16386.26||$249.50||Twin Lakes|
|05-123-06-203-002||DHINDSA REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS LLC||$14510.13||$877.70||Kenosha|
|04-122-12-401-001||U S PETROLEUM INC||$14177.74||$4593.10||Kenosha|
|67-4-120-362-0800||BOGATAS REALTY MANAGEMENT LLC||$12955.27||$414.00||Salem|
|03-121-02-350-139||BILLY & CRYSTAL MCCOLLUM||$12167.51||$553.60||Kenosha|
Documents released Tuesday reveal how and when police officials learned of possible evidence-planting in a homicide investigation.
Delays for defense attorneys to investigate evidence-planting by a former Kenosha police officer have pushed back resolution of homicide cases, leaving the victim's family unable to see the end of the process.
A north-side Kenosha supermarket will likely have its liquor license suspended for 30 days pending City Council action next month.
The man police say was behind the hiding of cameras in locker rooms at the RecPlex and Uline has refused the state’s plea deal and is set for trial, after his attorney came back on board.
Some of the materials are more than a century old.
The Kenosha Police Department said it discovered an unusual setup in the back of a white van driven by a man suspected of following a woman’s vehicle through a neighborhood near the 3700 block of 22nd Avenue on Monday afternoon.
A 13-year-old Washington Middle School student was arrested for disorderly conduct about 3:30 p.m. Monday for repeatedly yelling profanities at school staff members, according to Kenosha Police Department.
BRISTOL — A program on becoming a “citizen scientist” begins at 10 a.m. Saturday at Pringle Nature Center, 9800 160th Ave., Bristol.
A dog sled team working in a Kenosha park might be hard to put your head around, especially with no snow on the ground.
Wisconsin Lt. Governor Kleefisch visited LakeView Technology Academy Tuesday.
VILLAGE OF MOUNT PLEASANT (AP) — After a daylong manhunt, authorities Monday captured a fugitive accused of abducting a woman from a southeastern Wisconsin hospital and fleeing in an exchange of gunfire.
BRISTOL — A two-acre dog park will be created at the site of the former waste water treatment plant in Bristol.
PLEASANT PRAIRIE — The Pleasant Prairie Plan Commission considered and approved plans related to the construction of a Kwik Trip gasoline and convenience store at a meeting Monday.
Kenosha Unified officials pitch the $16.7 million athletics facilities referendum as not increasing taxes on the average $200,000 district home.
Supporting the Kenosha Unified School District’s upcoming $16.7 million athletics facilities referendum — without dissent — was the right signal from City Council, according to Ald. Dan Prozanski.
The deaths of Paula and David White last week were a murder-suicide, according to police.
Authorities said a suspicious device found inside a residence, believed to be potentially explosive, was constructed by an 18-year-old Kenosha man who said he built it months ago because he was bored.
Three Winthrop Harbor, Ill., teenagers are recovering after the minivan they were riding in collided with a school bus on 39th Avenue in Pleasant Prairie Monday morning.
The final contract agreements reached between the Kenosha Unified School District and its unions have been declared invalid, in a decision released Thursday by Judge David Bastianelli.
Kenosha Police Department said it is investigating a robbery that occurred in the 6000 block of 57th Avenue about midnight Sunday.
If first-time home buyers drove some of last year’s home sales, then it is the trade-up buyers who will have to boost this year’s sluggish real estate market.
Question: What innovation did Thomas B. Jeffery make standard on his Rambler automobiles in 1909 that beat out all others in the American automobile industry?
PADDOCK LAKE — In recognition of Diabetes Alert Day, the Paddock Lake Area Lions Club will be distributing diabetes brochures and information on Tuesday at the Community Library in Salem, the Sharing Center in Trevor and the Westosha Community Center in Bristol.
The Supreme Court has turned away a challenge to Wisconsin’s voter identification law, after having blocked the state from requiring photo IDs in November’s general election.