City Hall Temporarily Closed: Mineral Point City Hall will be temporarily closed to the public effective Thursday, March 19 at 9:00 a.m., with the exception of voting activities.   For voter registration, please call City Hall and we will email a form to you with instructions.   For Absentee voting, you may request a ballot at myvote.wi.gov or you may in person vote by appointment only, starting March 23rd.   All City departments will continue to provide essential services to residents while limiting in-person interaction in efforts to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Staff will be available to answer phones and respond to emails during the regularly scheduled hours of 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. Most business can be conducted electronically via email at [email protected], [email protected], or by phone (608) 987-2361.   A drop box is also available outside City Hall to drop off utility payments, dog license applications, etc.   City officials are taking these steps as a precaution and for the health and safety of staff and the community. Feel free to contact City Hall at (608) 987-2361 with any questions, comments, or concerns. The City of Mineral Point would like to thank you for your patience and understanding.

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Tax Bills

Tax bills for 2019 have been sent!  If you have not received your bill, please call City Hall at 608-987-2361. 

If you did not receive the lottery and gaming credit on your 2019 tax bill, please fill out the Wisconsin Lottery and Gaming Credit application.

• You may claim this credit for 2019 property taxes, payable in 2020, if on January 1, 2019, you were the owner of the property and used the property as your primary residence. You can have only one primary residence.

• You cannot claim this credit on business property, rental units, land, garages or other properties that are not your primary residence. A non-Wisconsin resident cannot claim this credit.

If you have questions on the Lottery and Gaming Credit, contact the Iowa County Treasurer at 608-935-0397 or the Wisconsin Department of Revenue at (608) 266-9457, (608) 266-0772, or [email protected]