Treasurer’s Office

All water bills and property tax bills are paid at the Treasurer’s Office.

For your convenience you can now PAY BY PHONE by calling our automated Bill Pay Line 1.855.414.9017 or click on the link below and pay online!

Payment of Taxes through a Mortgage Company

Your lender may require you to pay your local property taxes monthly, along with your mortgage payment. If so, the Treasurer’s Department sends your tax bill directly to the mortgage company, bank, or the servicing agent who handles your mortgage. If you pay off your mortgage, your mortgage company must notify the city that it no longer wants the bill. Once we receive notice from them, we will delete the mortgage code from your bill and you will then receive your property tax bill from us directly at your home address.

After Hours Payments
For your convenience, a night deposit box for payment of bills (check or money orders — NO cash please) is located on the exterior of city hall, to the left of the main entrance.  Please bring an envelope to enclose your payment in.

Treasurer’s Office
3100 Oakwood Blvd.
Melvindale, MI 48122

P: 313.429.1065

Property Tax Due Dates

The City of Melvindale Treasurers Office now accepts credit cards for payment of water bills and tax bills!

The summer tax bills are mailed out the first week of July. They are payable until August 31st without penalty. After August 31st, interest at the rate of 1/2 percent per month is charged. There will also be a late charge of 1%. Partial payments will also be accepted until the due date.

The winter tax bills are mailed out during the first week in December. They are payable until February 14th without penalty. After February 14th, interest at the rate of 3 percent is charged. All tax bills that remain unpaid at the end of the day on February 28th are sent to the County Treasurer as delinquent. The County adds additional penalty at that time.

Summer Property Tax Deferments

If you are age 62 years of age or older and have a household income of less than $40,000, you may defer paying your summer property taxes until February 14th. This will enable you to use your Michigan Homestead Property Tax Refund to help pay your total property tax bill. Forms for this deferral are available at the Treasurer’s Department, and must be filed with the Treasurer’s Department.