When are property taxes mailed and when are they due?

Property Tax Bills are mailed twice each year: July 1 and December 1. Summer Taxes are payable from July 1 through August 31st without interest. Winter Taxes are payable from December 1 through February 14th without penalty. If the due date falls on a weekend or holiday, your payment will be due the following business day. If you do not receive your tax bill, please call the Treasurer's Department at 248-530-1401 and a screen print of your taxes will be mailed to you. To avoid late penalties, please allow sufficient time (7 to 10 days) for mailing, as postmarks are not accepted.

Show All Answers

1. When will my property be evaluated?
2. What factors contribute to the increase in taxable value of my property?
3. Why do assessed values change from year to year?
4. When are property taxes mailed and when are they due?
5. How can my Taxable Value go up when my Assessed Value stays the same or even goes down?
6. What is the deadline for filing a Principal Residence Exemption Affidavit?
7. I moved to a different home before the June 1st filing deadline. May I claim my new home?
8. I moved into my Bloomfield Hills home after June 1st, but by November 1st. Do I qualify for a Principal Residence Exemption?
9. Can I, as closing agent, be held liable to a buyer or seller if the buyer is not granted a homestead exemption? (See full question in the answer)
10. What determines principal residence?
11. How is the amount of my tax determined?
12. Where do I pay Delinquent Tax Payments?
13. How can I make a payment after hours?
14. What is the millage rate in Bloomfield Hills?
15. How do I get a stamped receipt if I use the drop box?
16. What is the IRS School Code for my School District?
17. Where does my tax money go?
18. If I do not receive my tax bill and I miss the due date am I liable for the interest and penalties?
19. Is there any relief in taxation for Senior Citizens?
20. How do I update my name and address?
21. How can I pay my tax bill?