Property taxes may be paid by credit or debit card either in person at the township hall or on-line using this
The card processor will charge a 3% convenience fee that will not be reflected on the tax bill.
ATTENTION:When using online banking to pay taxes, be aware that most banks use a third party to process online checks requested through their bill payment system.
This means that money deducted from your account is sent to a third party processor, not directly to the designated payee (the township in this case). Bills paid through your online banking system may take up to 15 business days to be received by our office, as the check must be printed and sent through the mail. We cannot post the payment until the check is physically in our office.
Property Tax/Assessing Data
(Click on this link to access Marion Township Property Information)
Failure to receive tax bill does NOT
waive interest or administration fee. The legal responsibility of paying taxes on the correct
parcel of property rests with the taxpayer. The Treasurer will not be
responsible for payment on wrong descriptions.
The following link contains information on
tax deferment and the forms necessary to file a deferment.
You may fill out the
form online and print it for your convenience.
citizen, paraplegic, quadriplegic, hemiplegic, eligible serviceperson, eligible
veteran, eligible widow, or one who is totally and permanently disabled or blind
may be able to delay paying their summer taxes on their homestead until the
following February. You may also qualify if you are 62 years of age or older,
including the un-remarried surviving spouse of a person who was 62 years of age
or older at the time of death. Please
contact the Treasurer
@ (517) 546-1588
We have not forgotten our
Servicemen and Veterans. There are a number of instances where tax assistance is
available. The Veteran's Affairs Director is Carl Pardon. The phone number to
reach him is (517) 546-6338.
Bills and receipts may be
printed from this website on the Property Tax/Assessing page. The Township
Treasurer's office can verify if your bank has requested a copy of your tax bill
or if they have been paid.
2017 unpaid taxes must be paid at the County Treasurer's office, interest and
be calculated for you.
Their phone number is (517) 546-7010.
The State of Michigan
provides information on the state tax foreclosure process to the public:
to foreclosure information
Taxes will be due on February 28th, 2021. Taxes
will be sent to the County
Treasurer's office if they were unpaid as of that date.
They must be paid at the Livingston County Treasurer's office.
Tax bills paid at the
County that are past due will have interest and penalties calculated when you
pay your tax bill.
All residents receive a copy of
their tax bill, your mortgage company will request a copy if you have an
2020 Summer Tax Bills
Summer taxes were mailed to all Residents of
Marion Township. If you have an escrow account, your bank
request a copy of your tax bill. Amounts are available on the Property
Assessing/Tax Data page of this website.
Taxes were due without interest on September 14, 2020.
2020 Total Millage Rates
Howell School District
- Summer - 15.59520
- Summer - 33.59520
Pinckney School District
- Summer - 9.27650
- Summer - 9.27650
For millage rate details click this - Link
Dog licenses will now
expire on the same date as the rabies vaccine expiration date. You may purchase a 1
or 3 year license which will expire in the month of the current rabies
expiration date. The vaccination must be valid for the entire 3 year period in
order to purchase a 3 year license. Licenses may be purchased at the Township or
the County Treasurer or Animal Shelter. Please provide proof of rabies
vaccination and spay/neuter as required by State Statue. Late fee of $15.00
will be added to your license if you do not purchase a license by the end of the
month that the vaccine was given.