The City of Taylor Treasurer’s office is essentially the tax collection arm of the City. It is responsible for collecting all monies payable to the City of Taylor including taxes, water bills, licenses, and permit fees at the cashier’s window, located off of Pine Street.
Please take note: Summer tax payment options
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic the City of Taylor has updated our summer tax bill payment options:
1. By Mail: Please use the return envelope provided during the billing process, mail at least 10 days prior to the due date, include your payment coupon and put your parcel number on your check to ensure proper credit is applied.
2. Drop Box: The drop box is silver and is located on Pine Street. Make sure not to use the Election Box. Use the enclosed envelope, include your payment coupon, make sure to put your parcel number and address on your check to ensure proper credit is applied.
3. Online: Go to www.cityoftaylor.com and on the “Government” tab at the top. Select “Treasurer” and scroll down to “Online Payments.” Click on “Official Payments Service” and follow the instructions.
4. In person: Stop in City Hall between 9-noon or 1-5 p.m. Mondays-Fridays.
5. New Senior Concierge Service: Now available to assist and protect our seniors. The Treasury Department will offer senior hours at City hall, from 8-10 a.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays, July 13th - September 30. No appointment necessary.
(Please note that City Hall will be closed on Monday September 7, in observance of Labor Day.)
ATM Available in City Hall Atrium
An ATM is located in the City Hall Atrium, just steps away from the Cashier’s Window at the Treasurer’s Office. The Treasurer’s Office is located adjacent to the Pine Street entrance to the building.
The Michigan Homeowner Assistance Nonprofit Housing Corporation (MHA) in collaboration with the Michigan State Housing Development Authority (MSHDA), received federal funds in 2010 from the U.S. Department of the Treasury to help Michigan take a step forward through a comprehensive, statewide strategy that is aimed at helping homeowners prevent foreclosure and stabilize communities. To find out more about the program, view the Step Forward Michigan website.
For your convenience, there is a drop box located on Pine Street next to City Hall for payments that don’t require a receipt. (Your cancelled check will serve as a receipt.)
Personal property taxes and water bills may be paid online for an additional fee using the Official Payments Service.
Wayne County Kiosk Program
Wayne County Treasurer’s Office is accepting payments for delinquent taxes on the all-new DTE Kiosk Network. Taxpayers can make payments and look up account details, research tax information, pay with check, cash or credit card -- and also pay your DTE Energy bills. The kiosks are located in Rite-Aid stores and several other locations throughout metro-Detroit. Although the majority of the 21 kiosks are currently located in Detroit, the network will be expanding. In addition, you can go to the Wayne County Treasurer’s site for a list of locations. To learn more about the kiosk program, view the Wayne County Treasurer website.