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Did you lose your property to tax foreclosure? You may be entitled to claim remaining proceeds from the sale associated with the parcel(s) that exceeds the amount owed for taxes, interest and fees. Click here for more information.

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Please note that Detroit taxpayers will not be able to enroll in the PAYS payment plan online until further notice to better facilitate the payment of grants by the Gilbert Foundation.

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IN PERSON APPOINTMENTS


The Wayne County Treasurer's Office is committed to excellent customer service. We are here to serve taxpayers with respect, efficiency, and professionalism. We want you to have a positive experience as you conduct your business with the Wayne County Treasurer's Office.

ERIC R. SABREE
Wayne County Treasurer

  • "Pay As You Stay" transactions

  • Payment Plans

  • Deed Certifications

  • Required in person cash transactions*

The last appointment is at 4:15 PM. No walk in inquiries or payments will be accepted after 4:15 PM. Taxpayers not requiring assistance are encouraged to make payments online, via mobile app, by phone or at a kiosk.

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PROBATE ASSISTANCE

If you are facing foreclosure and need assistance in starting a Wayne County Probate Court Case because a property is in the name of a deceased family member, please contact one of the following community partners for assistance:

Michigan Legal Services: 313-774-1527 OR 313-725-4890

United Community Housing Coalition: 313-405-7726

Legal Aid & Defender: 313-967-5800

You can also contact the Wayne County Probate Court by calling 313-224-5706

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.

News & Resources

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Treasurer Eric R. Sabree Celebrates Olympic Track Star John Carlos' 79th Birthday
Treasurer Eric R. Sabree Celebrates Olympic Track Star John Carlos' 79th Birthday
Posted Date: Wednesday, June 5, 2024
Happy 79th Birthday John Carlos. Thank you for taking a stand & using the world stage to engage in one of the greatest acts of protest of all time. Treasurer Sabree is pictured with Olympic Track Star John Carlos & former Detroit Lions star Jim Thrower.
Wayne County Treasurer's Office Closed to the public May 30-31, 2024 due to Grand Prix in Downtown
Wayne County Treasurer's Office Closed to the public May 30-31, 2024 due to Grand Prix in Downtown
Posted Date: Tuesday, May 28, 2024
Treasurer Sabree announced that the Wayne County Treasurer's Office will be closed to the public on May 30th and 31st due to the Grand Prix which will be held in Downtown Detroit. Payments can still be made online or by using the Wayne County mobile app.
Wayne County Treasurer's Office closed Monday, May 27, 2024 in observance of Memorial Day
Wayne County Treasurer's Office closed Monday, May 27, 2024 in observance of Memorial Day
Posted Date: Wednesday, May 22, 2024
Treasurer Eric R. Sabree has announced that the Wayne County Treasurer's Office will be closed on Monday, May 27 for Memorial Day. Treasurer Sabree has a video message to share this Memorial Day, view the video message here: https://vimeo.com/949200199Z