Greetings from the Treasurer

This website is designed to acquaint you with the Office of the Wayne County Treasurer and provide you with valuable information. We look forward to a positive experience as you endeavour to conduct business with the County Treasurer's Office.


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MISSION STATEMENT

The office of the County Treasurer is responsible to the people of Wayne County for the effective and efficient administration of the Property Tax Collection, and through operation of our State of the Art Cash Management System, responsible for receipt, custody, investment and disbursement of all County funds. This website is designed to acquaint you with the Office of the Wayne County Treasurer and provide you with valuable information. We look forward to a positive experience as you endeavor to conduct business with the County Treasurer's Office.

MAJOR ACTIVITIES AND DESCRIPTIONS

 


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  • ADMINISTRATION
    Provide overall department management and direction.
  • COUNTY FUNDS
    Manages and operates automated Cash and Investment Concentration Programs [CICP] providing daily cash tracking and reconciliations, fund account tracking and reporting, Investment Management System and Interest allocation.
  • INVESTMENTS
    Invests all County funds in order to maximize yield, while judiciously protecting the safety and security of those funds.
  • TRUST FUNDS
    Custodian of funds held in trust.
  • TAXES
    Enforces general property tax laws and collects delinquent taxes on all Real and Personal Property within the County. For further information, please contact 313-224-5990.
  • CERTIFICATION
    Certifies tax searches, deeds, plats and other instruments of title.
  • DELINQUENT TAX FUNDS

 

The Wayne County Treasurer, under the authority of the State of Michigan, participates in the Delinquent Tax Revolving Fund Program, which is an alternate method of collecting delinquent property taxes. All communities and school districts participate under the Delinquent Tax Revolving Fund program. Under the Michigan Public Act 246 of 2003, the City of Detroit began participating with tax year 2003. The program has proven beneficial to all participants.





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Raymond Wojtowicz
(313) 224-5950