Pay Delinquent Taxes by Phone
Toll free: 844-323-8120
You must have your parcel number to make a payment by phone
*NOTE: If your parcel number contains a letter, please call: 888-891-6064, for the Call Center to make your payment by phone.
The office of the County Treasurer was established by the Michigan State Constitution (Article VII, Secton 4).
The four-year term of office is filled by partisan election. The duties and powers of the County Treasurer are provided by state law and by authorization of the county Board of Commissioners.
The two main roles of the County Treasurer are to be the custodian of all county funds, and the collector of delinquent property taxes, both real and personal.
Additionally, the treasurer fulfills many other duties. The office is responsible for accounting for all revenue coming to the county. This includes revenue from the collection of delinquent property taxes; interest from the investment of idle funds in securities and monies held in financial institutions; reconveyance of property; certification of deeds, and selling dog licenses.
Some also serve as Treasurer and/or member of Building Authorities, Election Commission, Parks and Recreation Commissions, Library Boards, Local Development Companies, Economic Development Corporations, Retirement Commissions, Transportation Authorities, Airport Commissions, Planning Boards, Deferred Compensation Boards, Drainage Boards, and appointed Administrative Agents for Tax Administration Funds.
The functions of this office are dictated by state statutes, under the guidance of the Bureau of Local Government Services Audit Division and the State Treasury Department.
Please contact the Treasurer’s Office at 517-279-4321 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
To get the amount of your current property taxes (non-delinquent taxes), contact your local township, village, or city treasurer.