Cheryl Rhein-O’Neill, CPFA, MiCPT
Oregon Township Assessing and Tax Information is available online by opening the following link AccessMyGov. Residents can view their own information for free. Property taxes for Oregon Township can be paid by credit card From July 1st through February 13th online by opening the following link Pay Online or at the office. There is a 3% convenience fee for using your credit/debit card.
Property tax collection is the main function of the Oregon Township Treasurer’s Office. The taxable values of property are determined in the Assessor’s Office, the tax billing and collections is done in the Treasurer’s Office. All real property and personal property taxes as well as Special Assessments are processed through the Treasurer’s Office. Questions concerning tax bills, special assessments, balances or payment inquiries should be directed to this office.
Treasurer’s Office Hours
The Treasurer’s Office is open Monday and Wednesday 9 to 4 and Tuesday and Thursday 9 to 1.
Special Office Hours
The Treasurer’s Office will be open 9:00 am – 5:00pm on the following days:
- Thursday September 14, 2017
- Wednesday December 27, 2017
- Wednesday February 14, 2018
- Wednesday February 28, 2018
March 1, 2017
2016 Winter Taxes and Summer Taxes
Property Taxes that were not paid at the Township have been turned over to the County. Please call 810 667-0239 to find out the balance owed.
In general the Summer Taxes are sent out in June and are due July 1 — September 14th. Summer Taxes consist of the State Education Tax and the County Operating tax. Summer taxes become a lien on the property on July 1st. Payments made after September 14th are subject to a 1% interest per month until February 14th. Payments made between February 15th and 28th are subjected to a 3% penalty. These payments are to be made at Oregon Township through February. Payments on your Property Taxes are made to the Oregon Township Treasurer from July 1 thru the end of February. If the due date falls on a weekend or holiday the following weekday will be the due date.Beginning March 1st, payments MUST be made at the Lapeer County Treasurer’s Office.
Your summer tax payment may be deferred until February 14th if your total household income for the previous year was less than $40,000, and if you are any of the following:
- Senior Citizen (age 62)
- Eligible Serviceman, Eligible Veteran or Eligible Widow/Widower
- Blind Person
- Totally and Permanently Disabled
If you fit any of the above requirements, fill out an application and send it to the Oregon Township Treasurer. Proof of household income may be required. Call the Treasurer’s office at 810 664-5971 for an application or print out the Deferment of Summer Taxes Application found on this website.
You may make payments to your property taxes anytime after receiving your tax bill. Interest or penalty added to your bill after the due date will only be calculated on the unpaid balance. Please call the Treasurer’s office if you have any question regarding your tax bill.
In general the Winter Taxes are due on Febuary 14. Winter Taxes are sent in November and are due December 1 — February 14th. Winter taxes consist of the local school, Township, Library, county non-operating and transit. Winter taxes become a lien on the property on December 1st. Payments made between February 15th and 28th are subjected to a 3% penalty. Payments made before March 1st should be made at Oregon Township. If the due date falls on a weekend or holiday the following weekday will be the due date.
Beginning March 1st, payments MUST be made at the Lapeer County Treasurer’s Office.
Important Phone Numbers
Oregon Township 810 664-5971 ext. 209
Lapeer County Treasurer’s Office 810 667-0239
Tax Rates by School District
|School District||Principal Resident Exempt||Non Prinicipal Resident|
|Davison Summer 2017||9.7421||9.7421|
|Davison Winter 2017||15.5349||33.2955|
|Lakeville Summer 17||9.7421||9.7421|
|Lakeville Winter 17||15.5785||33.5785|
|Lapeer Summer 17||9.7421||9.7421|
|Lapeer Winter 17||10.6278||28.6278|
Calculating Taxes owed Example: your tax amount can be calculated by using your taxable value and dividing that by 1000, and multiply that by the tax rate. ($100,000 taxable value, divided by 1000 = 100 x 8.5259 summer tax rate = $852.59 summer taxes due in 2006.