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The property tax rate in Michigan is referred to as a millage, and it's figured in mills. One mill is equal to 1/1,000 of a dollar. Or, more simply, for every $1,000 in taxable value, a property owner will pay $1 in property tax.
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Summer Taxes are mailed on July 1st.
Summer Taxes are DUE and payable without interest July 1st through October 1st (deadline 4:30pm).
Winter Taxes are mailed on December 1st.
Winter Taxes are DUE and payable without penalty December 1st through February 14th (deadline 4:30pm).
If your mortgage company pays your property taxes, then we will send the tax bill directly to the mortgage company.
You can view your tax bill and payments online.
Yes, you can pay our taxes online.
However, there are fees to pay online. Credit card payments have a 3% fee (minimum fee $2.00). E-checks have a $3.00 fee for payments under $10,000 and a $10.00 for payments over $10,000.
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