What should I do if I do not receive a tax bill?
Tax bills are mailed to the last known address on July 1 and December 1 of each year. Every attempt is made to make certain the property owners receive their bill. The tax law clearly states the property owner is responsible for the timely payment of the taxes even if they have not received a tax bill. Failure to receive your tax bill does not exempt you from being assessed late charges. If you do not receive a tax bill, please contact the Treasurer’s Office immediately at 810-229-0556.

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1. How do I obtain a dog license?
2. When are property tax payments due?
3. What should I do if I do not receive a tax bill?
4. Why have I received a tax bill when my mortgage company pays my taxes?
5. Should I notify anyone if I have changed mortgage companies?
6. Can I use a credit card to pay my taxes?
7. What is the difference between “homestead” and “non-homestead” or “Principal Residence Exemption (PRE)” and “non-PRE?”
8. My taxes are too high. How can I find out if my property is being fairly taxed?
9. Do you accept postmarks?
10. What is a millage rate?
11. Where do I file my Homestead Affidavits and Property Transfer Affidavits?
12. Where do I make name and address changes?