Tax Payment Options



Payments can be made Online, by Mail, or In Person.

The Office of the Wayne County Treasurer:
International Center
400 Monroe, 5th Floor
Detroit, Michigan 48226 | Map

Office Hours:
Monday - Friday: 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

                                                                                        Wednesday Extended Hours 8:00 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.


Tax Information Line: 313-224-5990

Email: taxinfo@waynecounty.com 


Please consider the cost of various payment options.  Should you pay in person you are likely to pay $10 per visit for parking for a minimum of $120 over the course of a year.  You are also likely to have to wait to see a cashier.  If you mail in payment you only pay postage and the cost of getting certified funds which is relatively inexpensive at a post office; the cost will be about $25 for a year.  If you pay on line the cost can be $0.  If you desire a receipt you can order a receipt when paying on line and one will be emailed to you.  If paying by mail or in the drop box you can include a self addressed envelope and a receipt will be mailed to you.

Pay Taxes Online

Click here to go to Property Tax Listing website.  The payment site may default to an amount to be paid; if this is not the amount you wish to pay you may delete the number that appears in the screen and insert the amount that you wish to pay.  Search for your parcel. Select the "Pay Now" option and follow the Step-by-Step process for the following:

  • Electronic debit to a checking or savings account (ACH). Payments made using this service are at no cost to the taxpayer.
  • This site is authorized to accept MasterCard or Visa. Taxpayers using this service will incur a service charge of 2.49% of the total taxes paid. The fee is paid to the service provider, not the Wayne County Treasurer.

Send Payment By Mail

Payments can be made by check payable to Wayne County Treasurer.

The address is:
Wayne County Treasurer
P.O.Box 33555
Detroit, MI 48232-5555

Payments postmarked by the last day of the month will be honored as if received on that day. Please note your parcel ID on the check. A receipt will not be provided. Should you require a receipt you must send a self addressed, stamped envelope with your payment. The parcel ID or address of the property should be written on the back of the envelope. You may also request a receipt by providing an email address to our website (Pay Taxes Online) and a receipt will then be provided by email electronically. A tax year that has a status of forfeiture, state, or individual bid, requires certified funds only.

For more information please email us at taxinfo@waynecounty.com or call the Tax Information Line at: 313-224-5990.
 

Pay By Phone

You can now pay by phone by calling (313) 224-5990 and choosing option 1.  You will be prompted to create a password the first time inquire about your parcel, but your information will be saved for any future payments you make by entering your password.  You will be given a confirmation number at the end of the call and if you wish to receive a receipt, you can go back to the website and request one in a few days, or you can send a self addressed stamped envelope to the address below.

Pay Taxes In-Person

Check, cash or certified funds are accepted. Checks must be payable to the Wayne County Treasurer. A tax year that has a status of forfeiture, state, or individual bid, requires certified funds only.

The Office of the Wayne County Treasurer:
International Center
400 Monroe, 5th Floor
Detroit, Michigan 48226 | Map

Office Hours:
Monday,Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday: 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

EXTENDED HOURS

The Office of the Wayne County Treasurer will now be open late on WEDNESDAYS 8:00 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.
Beginning March 2, 2016, until further notice.

Tax Information Line: 313-224-5990, Email: taxinfo@waynecounty.com

 

Delinquent Tax Payments  Kiosks

  • Make payments and look up account details
  • Easy tax information look-up
  • Pay with check, cash or credit card* (*Payment by cash or check is free. Payment by credit card will incur a 2.49% service charge paid to the service provider not the Wayne County Treasurer.)

Conveniently pay your delinquent property taxes at a kiosk in Rite Aid stores and other participating locations!

Payment Center Locations

DTE Energy HQ                                                      

One energy Plaza 2000 2nd Ave                       

Detroit, MI 48226

 

DTE Energy Payment Center

2835 Bagley

Detroit, MI 48216

 

DTE Energy Payment Center

14858 E 8 Mile. Rd

Detroit, MI 48205

 

DTE Energy Payment Center

3000 Gratiot Ave Ste 400

Detroit, MI 48207

 

 

Rite Aid Locations

Rite Aid                                                                                                              

19150 Wyoming Ave

Detroit, MI 48221

 

Rite Aid #4266

7843 West Vernor Hwy

Detroit, MI 48209

 

Rite Aid #4355

17170 Harper Ave

Detroit, MI 48224

 

Rite Aid #4595

4612 Woodward Ave

Detroit, MI 48201

 

Rite Aid #4498

13939 Livernois Ave

Detroit, MI 48224

 

Rite Aid #4526

1900 East 8 Mile Rd

Detroit, MI 48234

 

Rite Aid #4414

19160 Greenfield

Detroit, MI 48235

 

Rite Aid #4843

10950 Gratiot Ave

Detroit, MI 48213

 

 

 

Community Center Locations

Samaritan Center

5555 Conner St. #2210

Detroit, MI 48213

 

Northwest Activity Center

18100 Meyers

Detroit, MI 48235

 

Focus Hope

1300 Oakman Blvd

Detroit, MI 48238

 

 

Additional locations Rite Aid

 (outside of Detroit)

 

Rite Aid #4302

1186 Baldwin Ave

Pontiac, MI 48340

 

Rite Aid #4697

3 South Telegraph Rd

Pontiac, MI 48341

 

Rite Aid #4346

5811 Telegraph Rd

Taylor, MI 48180

 

Rite Aid #4404

5 South Groesbeck Hwy

Mt. Clemens, MI 48043

 

 

Rite Aid #4897

25425 Van Dyke Ave

Center Line, MI 48015

 

 

Rite Aid #4520

5650 Schafer Rd

Dearborn, MI 48126

Eric R. Sabree
Wayne County Treasurer
(313) 224-5990

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