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ATTENTION RESIDENTS
To access the Public Data Records system and information regarding taxes click here.

The Treasurer’s office is solely responsible for the receipt, deposit, control and disbursement of all receipts (taxes and all other revenues) of the Township on a daily basis.  The Treasurer collects taxes for all taxing units within the Township, such as the Chippewa Valley, L’Anse Creuse, Utica, and New Haven Schools.

An important function of the Treasurer’s office involves the investment of available Township funds. Responsible and conservative investment policies insure maximum return with minimal risk.

The office also bills, collects, and maintains all Township Special Assessments for water, sewer and pavement.

Contact Us:
Karen Goodhue, Treasurer
Carl D'Andrea, Deputy Treasurer
Postal Address:

54111 Broughton Road

Macomb, MI 48042
Telephone: (586) 992-0710
Fax: (586) 992-0719


The Tax Bill
The Macomb Township tax bill is a single sheet with a perforated portion on the bottom, that must  be returned with payment, and a return envelope. Residents that have an escrow account with their mortgage company will receive a bill that states “Information Only – Retain for Tax Purposes” and will not contain a return envelope.  Failure to receive your tax bill does not waive interest or penalty.  To view an example of a winter tax bill click here.  The summer tax bill will be colored purple.  To see the back page info click here.  2014 summer millage rates click here.  2014 winter millage rates click here.

When are winter taxes due?
2014 winter taxes are payable from December 1, 2014 through February 17, 2015 without penalty. 
After February 17, 2015 a 3% late fee is assessed through March 2, 2015.

On March 3, 2015 all unpaid taxes will be forwarded as ‘delinquent’ to the Macomb County Treasurer for payment, with additional penalties assessed by the Macomb County Treasurer's Department.

When are summer taxes due?
2014 summer taxes are payable July 1, 2014 through September 15, 2014 without penalty.  After September 15, 2014 a 1% penalty is assessed through September 30, 2014.  An additional 1% penalty is assessed each month from October 1, 2014 through February 28, 2015. Payments received without penalty will be applied as partial payments and penalties will continue to accrue on any outstanding balance.  Failure to receive your tax bill does not waive interest or penalty.

**IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR MORTGAGE COMPANIES AND R.E. TAX SERVICES**

Starting with the 2011 summer tax season, Macomb Township will be billing and collecting both the summer and winter tax bills.  These are the only property taxes assessed to Macomb Township properties.  Macomb Intermediate School District will no longer be collecting summer tax bills for Macomb Township.

Where can taxes and water and sewer bills be paid in person?
Taxes and water and sewer bill payments can be made in person with either cash, check or money order at the Macomb Township Treasurer’s Office from 8:00am – 4:30pm at Township Hall located at 54111 Broughton Road and please bring your entire bill when paying in person.  Fund transfers, debit and credit card transactions at Town Hall are available at a self-serve computer kiosk (fee may apply).

A secure drop box is also available for your convenience on a 24-hour basis at the top of the ramp entering the rear of Township Hall.


Payment options for Winter taxes
Cash, checks, money orders, fund transfers, debit or credit cards are now accepted as payment for winter taxes.  There is a convenience fee for the debit card or credit card options. Fund transfers from a bank account are available with NO convenience fees.  Please have your tax bill handy when going on-line to pay. Debit/credit cards can only be used on-line.  Payments must be made before 7:00pm to be posted for the same day, payments made after 7:00pm will be posted the next day. You can also pay your Winter tax bill by phone at 877-264-5676. 


Payment options for Summer taxes
Cash, checks, money orders, fund transfers, debit or credit cards are now accepted as payment for summer taxes.  There is a convenience fee for the debit card or credit card options.  Fund transfers from a bank account are available with NO convenience fees.  Please have your tax bill handy when going on-line to pay.  Debit/credit cards can only be used on-line.  Payments must be made before 7:00pm to be posted for the same day, payments made after 7:00pm will be posted the next day.
You can also pay your Summer tax bill by phone at 877-264-5676.  For summer tax bill info prior to 2011 please contact the MISD at 586-228-3360.

Pay Summer Taxes


Payment options for water and sewer bills
Cash, checks, money orders, automatic withdrawal payment, fund transfers, debit or credit cards are now accepted as payment for water and sewer bills.  You must pre-register for the automatic withdrawal payment option.  For information about the automatic withdrawal payment option please click here to review and print the application.

There is a convenience fee for the debit card or credit card options ***(Please note credit and debit payments are limited to amounts less than $1,000).  Fund transfers from a bank account are available with NO convenience fees.  Please have your bill handy when going on-line to pay.  Debit/credit cards can only be used on-line.  Water and Sewer bill example click here.  Payments must be made before 7:00pm to be posted for the same day, payments made after 7:00pm will be posted the next day.  You can also pay your water and sewer bill by phone at 877-264-5676.
Pay Water and Sewer

How can changes be made to the property tax information?
The Treasurer’s Office will only make changes to escrow companies.  All other change requests will be forwarded to the Assessing Department for completion.

FAQ's about Summer Tax Deferment please click here.
Application for Deferment of Summer Taxes please click here.

Does a mortgage/escrow company pay your taxes?
It is important to make sure the Treasurer’s Department has the request from the taxpayers mortgage/escrow company in writing for payment of your tax bill.  It is the sole responsibility of you the taxpayer to see that your tax bill is paid on time by your mortgage/escrow company and not the responsibility of Macomb Township.


Dog License Info
You can no longer receive a dog license application at the Macomb Township Treasurer’s Office.  Payments and application questions must go to the Macomb County Animal Shelter.  They can be reached by phone at 586-469-5115.  All questions about dog licenses should be directed to the MCAS.
 
Select 'Dog License Application' from the Macomb County forms list by clicking here.

Macomb County Animal Shelter website click here.