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Public Service Announcements from the Wayne County Treasurer

Taxpayer's Assistance Day

The Wayne County Treasurer's Office is hosting a Taxpayer's Assistance Day in partnership with Senator Sylvia Santana.

Avoid Foreclosure.
Get into a Payment Plan.
Make a Property Tax Payment.
Get Assistance from Community Partners.

Friday February 7, 2020
2 pm - 6 pm

Citadel of Praise
20280 Lyndon Street
Detroit, MI 48223

Taxpayer's Assistance Saturday's

The Wayne County Treasurer's Office will host several Taxpayer's Assistance Saturdays. Come out to get one-on-one guidance to avoid foreclosure, get into a payment plan, make a property tax payment and get assistance from community partners.

The 2020 Taxpayer's Assistance Saturdays will take place as follows:

February 15, 2020 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Wayne County Community College District (WCCCD) Downriver Campus
Ray Mix Community Room
21000 Northline Road
Taylor, MI 48180

March 7, 2020 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Wayne County Community College District (WCCCD) Eastern Campus
Cooper Community Room
5901 Conner Street
Detroit, MI 48213

March 14, 2020 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Wayne County Community College District (WCCCD) Downtown Campus
Frank Hayden Community Room
1001 West Fort Street
Detroit, MI 48226

Financial Empowerment Center

The Detroit Financial Empowerment Center (FEC) offers professional, one-on-one financial counseling as a free public service to enable residents to address their financial challenges, needs, and plan for their futures. The FEC is in partnership with the City of Detroit, Wayne County Treasurer's Office and Wayne Metropolitan Community Action Agency.

Residents receive free, one-on-one professional counseling assistance with money management, budgeting, reducing debt, establishing and improving credit, connecting to safe and affordable banking services, building savings, and referrals to other services and organizations.

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Foreclosure Statistics

State of Michigan Foreclosure Statistics
Michigan Department of Treasury State-Wide Real Property Tax Forfeiture and Foreclosure Statistics:

2005 - 2011 2012 - 2018

Wayne County Foreclosure Statistics

2019 and 2018 Foreclosure Comparison Statistics 2019 Foreclosure Statistics by Municipality

Right of Refusal
Parcels Taken in 2019 Right of Refusal

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  • ADMINISTRATION - Provide overall department management and direction.

  • COUNTY FUNDS - Manage and operate automated Cash and Investment Concentration Programs [CICP] providing daily cash tracking and reconciliations, reporting account funds, 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.


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.