There are several different functions that work together allowing the Finance Department to carry out its duties. 


The assessor ensures all tax assessments are accurate, fair, equitable and lawful. Assessments are used to generate property taxes guaranteeing revenues for the operation of all local governing units.


Finance is responsible for all financial records, payroll, accounts payable, annual audit completion, bond sale activity and benefit plans.


Treasury is responsible for the daily receipt, deposit, control and distribution of all receipts such as taxes, water and sewer payments.

Water Bill Payment Options

Water bills can be paid by: 

Questions about your water bill? Contact city hall at 810.794.9361 x 210 or

General Tax Information

Notify the city of any changes in the following:

Mortgage Company -  contact
Transfer of ownership – contact
Principal Residence Information - contact

Property Tax Information Online

Assessing and Tax Services

Tax Payment Options

If you pay your property taxes through an escrow account, the original property tax bills will be sent directly to that escrow agent. You will receive a clearly marked courtesy copy of your tax bill for your records.

If you pay your own taxes, rather than through an escrow account, the property tax bill is sent to you.  Property tax payments can be paid by:

Questions about your tax bill? Contact  810.794.9361 x 220 or

General Information
Alysia Bugg
Phone Numbers
(810) 794-9361 x 220
Emergencies: Dial 911
805 St. Clair River Drive

Monday – Thursday
8 a.m. - 6 p.m.