Tax bills are sent out from townships, cities and villages by July 1st and December 1st.
Check with your township, city or village treasurer for due dates on each to avoid penalty or interest.
Between July 1st and February 28th, all current taxes are payable to the township, cities and villages only. The County Treasurer cannot accept payment on taxes during that period of time, as our office deals only with delinquent taxes. Both the summer and winter bills become “delinquent” on March 1st and are turned over to the Newaygo County Treasurer’s office.
All personal property taxes are payable to your township, city, or village. The Newaygo County Treasurer’s office can not accept payment on personal property tax.
Due to the fact that delinquent tax notices are printed a few weeks ahead of time, if you receive one, and have paid your taxes in full and received a receipt, please disregard the notice.
WE DO NOT ACCEPT POSTMARKS ON PAYMENTS!!
Partial payments cannot be made on forfeited property without prior approval.
We can accept: cash, money order, cashier’s check, or personal check for taxes. For information on paying by credit card, please click HERE.
The Treasurer’s Office is not responsible for payment on the wrong parcel.
If you have a name or address change, it is your responsibility as the taxpayer to notify the Equalization Office at 231-689-7240 as soon as possible of these changes.
Please visit the Treasurer’s Hardship Information page to learn more about filing for a hardship for delinquent taxes.
***Any and all special assessments are included with tax bills in Newaygo County.***