TOWNSHIP OFFICE HOURS

9:00 A M to 4:00 PM
Monday – Friday

PO Box 247
415 E. Main Street
Hale, MI 48739
PHONE: (989)728-2811
FAX: (989) 984-6004

From our Office

Our goal is to provide you with easy convenient access to information regarding the process of your local government and usage of its services. Furthermore we are committed to treating everyone with dignity and respect. Be sure to check back here often for important information regarding your community.

Treasurer

INFORMATION TO TAXPAYERS

With the economic struggles our area is experiencing we need to work together to help those in our township. To make it easier we do accept partial payments on your taxes. Also, feel free to call our office with any questions or concerns you may have. We are here to serve you.

Receipts are sent only if payment is accompanied by a
self-addressed stamped envelope.

For your convenience we stay open through lunch hours.  Occasionally it may be unavoidable that we close for lunch and we apologize for any inconvenience that may cause.
Our goal is to serve you, so if you have any questions or concerns feel free to contact us anytime.

TAX DEFERMENTS

The summer tax deferment is a beneficial tax break for certain people over the age of  62. This provides those with a household income of not more than $25,000 for the preceding year the benefit of deferring summer property taxes until February 15 of the following year. The benefit of this procedure is that it usually gives sufficient time for state income tax refund checks to be received by the senior to be used to pay the summer property taxes. This is done by applying Now Accepting Payments On-Line
You can use this service to pay taxes, waste cards, sewer bills, and building (electrical, plumbing, mechanical, zoning) permits Please select the bill you would like to pay. NO ONLINE PAYMENTS FOR TAXES ACCEPTED AFTER FEBRUARY 20th
FOR THE CURRENT TAX YEAR

Building Fees (6503)
Taxes (6504)
Sewer (6506)
Click on the appropriate link from above and a pop up will appear.
This page contains both secure and non-secure items. Do you wish to display the non-secure items? You must click yes to continue.

When you reach the desired bill to pay enter your name, parcel number and phone number.

You are then asked to confirm your name, parcel number and phone number.

Next enter the amount you would like to pay. You do need to be aware of the fact that they will charge you a service fee of 3.5% or minimum $3.50.  If you pay after the due date and do not add a penalty it will show as a partial payment.

In the next step you will be asked for the credit card holder information. There is also a box to check if you would like to receive an email confirmation.

Also note above the card holder information you will see:
AMOUNT DUE (The amount you want to pay)
GovPayEXP Fee (The GovPayEXP service fee)
TOTAL DUE (GovPay service fee and Amount you would like to pay)

After your Credit Card is processed you will be given a reference number and a View Receipt button to click on. There you can print and view your receipt.to the city, village, or township treasurer by September 15 of that tax year, or by the time that the tax would become subject to interest or late penalty charges.

HELPFUL LINKS

Treasury Forms

Iocso County Treasurer

Tax Reversion Procedure

Application for Deferment of Summer Taxes

MICHIGAN STATE LAW REQUIRES THAT ALL DOGS OVER FOUR (4) MONTHS OLD BE LICENSED.
We will be selling dog licenses from December 1 thru February 28. The County Treasurer’s office sells licenses all year. We can only sell to persons that have a valid rabies certificate for their dog and a proof of spayed or neutering if applicable, from a veterinarian.
If dogs are found and have a Dog License tag on, we can locate the owner by the number on the tag.
December 1st to February 28th
Male or Female $ 10.00
Unsexed $ 5.00
On or after March 1st
Male or Female $15.00
Unsexed $15.00

Elected Officials

Supervisor –  Fred Lewis
Clerk –  Sue Reilly
Treasurer – Roma J. Bassi
Trustee – Dianne M. Allen
Trustee – Micheal Reilly