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Township Treasurer

Deborah Masserant


Karen Beaudrie

Deputy Treasurer

The Township Treasurer’s office is responsible for the collection of all revenue and monies.

The duties of the Township Treasurer include collecting taxes, water bill payments, building permit fees, special assessment payments, escrows, and receiving various fees and invoice payments. All banking and reconciliation activities are the responsibility of the Treasurer.

The Treasurer’s office duties also include:

  • Monthly and annual reports for all revenue
  • Tax bill calculation and printing/mailing
  • All investment of Township monies as per Township Board policy and in compliance with PA 20 & PA 77, State of Michigan
  • Weekly/monthly cash disbursement reports for Water, Sewer, Tax, Escrow, and General Fund accounts; all related banking activity
  • Payroll and personnel record keeping
  • All Township insurance procurement and record keeping
  • Processing of all Tax Board of Review and State of Michigan Tax Tribunal adjustments for tax collection
  • Property tax deferments
  • Provide tax and special assessment information to residents, banks, real estate, and title companies
  • All banking services related to Township Drop Box payments, ACH payments, credit card payments

Payment Information

After Hours Drop-off

An after-hours dropbox is located at the base of the stairs by the Township Office entrance. All dropbox payments receive credit on the following business day.

Credit Card Payments

The Treasurers office accepts credit cards for tax and water payments. There is a 3.5 percent convenience fee added to the total bill.

ACH Payments

Residents can authorize regularly scheduled electronic funds charges to their checking or savings accounts. The Township will charge the amount due each tax and/or water billing period as well as a $1.50 convenience fee for each transaction.

Download the Recurring ACH Payment Authorization Form