The Wayne County Treasurer's Office presents Ask the Treasurer. Join via Zoom to get information on agencies providing resources for delinquent taxes, payment plans, and utility assistance.
Wednesday, February 22nd, 2023 at 6:00 PMJoin Zoom Meeting
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Michigan Homeowner Assistance FundThe Michigan State Housing Development Authority has launched a new program to help homeowners experiencing pandemic-related financial hardships avoid foreclosure and keep their homes. If you're struggling to pay your mortgage, property taxes, association fees or utility bills, the MIHAF program can help.
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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
The Wayne County Treasurer's Office is open to the public by appointment only for the following transactions:
"Pay As You Stay" transactions
- 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.
Important Notice for Taxpayers Approved for a Poverty Tax Exemption
Please be advised that if you have already been approved for a Property Tax Exemption from your local Board of Review, your property will be removed from the foreclosure process in 2021. This applies to all Wayne County taxpayers even if a community does not participate in the PAYS agreement.Taxpayers who have been approved for a Property Tax Exemption in 2020 or 2021 and are qualified for the PAYS tax reduction but have not yet entered into the agreement are encouraged to do so as soon as possible. If you need financial assistance in making your payments you may be eligible for help through the Detroit Tax Relief Fund. Please call (313) 244-0274, or go to https://waynemetro.tfaforms.net/4849141 for more information and to complete an application for assistance.