Waukesha County

Waukesha County

Collection Division

Manager: Danielle Igielski
Phone: 262-548-7876
Fax: 262-548-7856

Hours of Operation: 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. Staff is available by phone or in person during those hours.

Physical Address
Waukesha County Administration Center
515 W. Moreland Blvd. RM AC348
Waukesha, WI 53188

Mailing Address for Payments
Waukesha County Collections Division
PO Box 1412
Waukesha, WI 53187-1412

Who We Are

The Collection Division is responsible for administering, coordinating and directing efficient – cost effective collection of accounts referred to it for collection.  The Collection Division serves as a channel of accountability for State-wide delinquent account collection activity.

The Waukesha County Collection Division is a first party collector which extends its services to governmental units under Wisconsin State Statute 66.0301 and therefore specializes in government dispute resolution.

Waukesha County is located in southeastern Wisconsin, directly west of Milwaukee County and 100 miles northwest of Chicago.  The County was incorporated in 1846 under the General Laws of the State of Wisconsin.  The County has the second highest equalized property tax base, and median household income and per capita income, and is the third most populous county in the State.  The County covers an area of 576 square miles and consists of 7 cities, 21 villages and 9 towns.

Providing specialized quality services in
Government Debt Collection since 1994.

Our Services and Experience

Our compensation is completely performance based. Under no circumstances will there be a charge if there is not a collection.

The Collection Division has over 30 years of experience with staff having over 100 years of combined collection experience covering all types of government, commercial and consumer collections.

Collection service activities provided to Clients includes, but is not limited to: collection letters, phone calls, text messages, e-mail, payment resolution and processing, skip-tracing, interest and penalty calculation, wage and income assignments, asset searches, tax intercept, probate and bankruptcy filing, electronic referral submission and a user-friendly Client-view program where Clients can access their accounts on-line, report payments and/or adjustments and retrieve various collection reports.

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