Clerk/Treasurer


The Clerk/Treasurer’s office can be found at City Hall. Office hours are Monday – Thursday 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. and Fridays 8:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.

Clerk

The purpose of the Clerk’s office is to provide service to the public including, but not limited to, notifications of newly elected or appointed officials, oaths of office, notices to County Clerk, records administration, attend and keep minutes of governing body meetings, countersign and record ordinances and resolutions, record licenses and permits, provide financial administration and tax responsibilities.

The Clerk also serves the City Council by taking minutes, insuring payment of City obligations, assuring compliance of the Open Meeting Laws and maintaining files of records for the City Council and City citizens. Another important aspect of the Clerk position is to help citizens with concerns regarding the City. Other ancillary services may be provided by the Clerk as required by law.

Treasurer

The purpose of the Treasurer is to keep track of the revenue and expenditures of all the monies received or disbursed by the City. The Treasurer maintains all records of transactions affecting taxes and the safekeeping of all City funds, including the investment of those funds as prescribed by State Statute and direction of City Council. Financial cash, investment and records management is an important function of the Treasurer’s duty.

 

Taxes

Taxes are usually mailed to property owners the 2nd week of December. Tax payments can be made at City Hall during December and January. After January 31st, tax payments must be made with the County Treasurer. If you have any questions, please contact City Hall.

 

Clerk/Treasurer

Kim Gruetzmacher

kim.gruetzmacher@ci.gillett.wi.us

150 N. McKenzie Ave.
Gillett, WI 54124

920-855-2255

 

Deputy Clerk/Deputy Treasurer

Chelsea Henkel

chelsea.henkel@ci.gillett.wi.us

150 N. McKenzie Ave.
Gillett, WI 54124

920-855-2255