The Town of Lisbon’s Board of Review is a statutory requirement giving homeowners and business owners an opportunity to legally contest the evaluation of their property assessment. The primary duty of the Board of Review is to review the assessment role and determine if any errors occurred in the evaluation. The rules and procedures of the Board of Review are outlined in Chapter 2.18 of the Town Code.
The Board of Review reviews cases of contested assessments through a public hearing process. The board is responsible for determining if any errors were made in calculating the assessment of the property in question and overturning (if necessary) the evaluation by the assessor.
To file an objection to your assessment and schedule a hearing for the Board of Review click here and return your completed objection form to the Town Clerk no later an 48 days before the first scheduled Board of Review meeting.
As of Friday, April 3: Yesterday, Governor Evers extended the date to
return your Absentee Ballot until 4pm on Monday, April 13, so you have
time to send it back through the mail, but you can still drop it off at
Town Hall if you like.
Please use the drop box for your dog license renewals and compost site
passes. Licenses and passes will be mailed to you. The $2 compost pass
mailing fee is waived, as well as the dog license late fee, through the
end of April.