Please write your telephone number and your Property I.D. Number on your check for reference. Payment will be recorded on the date received-not the date it is mailed or the date the check is written.
Checks are accepted only as a conditional payment. If not honored by bank, tax is unpaid and subject to penalties and/or interest. The Township will assess a $30.00 fee each time a check is returned to us unpaid. Future payments will be applied to outstanding returned check charges prior to crediting your tax bill.
Make checks payable and mail to "Frenchtown Treasurer" at 2744 Vivian Rd., Monroe, MI 48162. Place check inside remittance envelope provided (do not send cash). If a receipted copy is desired, you must enclose a self-addressed, stamped envelope with your check.
Bring your tax bill with you to the Treasurer's Department along with payment, or use the after hours drop box.
Business hours are 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Postmarks are not accepted. We encourage payments in the locked night deposit box located left of the main entrance doors under the canopy at the Township Hall on Vivian Road. If you desire a stamped receipt, please enclose a stamped self-addressed envelope with your payment.
Summer taxes are payable from July 1 through September 14 without interest. Beginning September 15, a 1% per month interest charge will be assessed on unpaid summer taxes.
Current year summer taxes paid from February 15 through February 28 must include a 6% interest and 3% penalty (9% total).
Winter taxes are payable from December 1 through February 14 without penalty. Current year winter taxes paid from February 15 through February 28 must include a 3% penalty.
As of March 1: Delinquent real property taxes are payable only to the Monroe County Treasurer, 51 S. Macomb St., Monroe, MI 48161. Call 734-240-7365 for interest & penalties.
Delinquent personal property taxes are payable only to the Frenchtown Township Treasurer, 2744 Vivian Rd., Monroe, MI 48162. Please call to verify amount due.
Change of name and/or address should be promptly reported. If you have sold your property, and received a statement in error, please forward the statement to the new owner or return it to the Treasurer's Office with correction(s) of name and/or address if known.
Please examine your statement closely to assure accuracy. Please notify our office of any errors. Failure to receive your tax bill does not waive interest and/or penalties.