Washtenaw County Treasurer
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Catherine McClary, County Treasurer
Income tax preparation assistance
Click below for a list of organizations that can provide free assistance to low/limited incomes and senior citizens: Volunteer Tax Preparation Services (pdf)
Do you believe your property tax assessment is too high?
City and township assessors send out assessment notices in March. Review this brochure for more information on how to appeal your assessment: Property Tax Appeal Brochure (pdf)
Step Forward Program has reopened to new applicants!
Money is available to pay your property taxes, if you have had a financial hardship.
We can help you complete an application. Call us to make an appointment.
Or, you can apply directly at:
2017 Poverty Exemption Guidelines
Poverty exemptions will allow eligible homeowners a one-year property tax exemption; granted by their city or township Board of Review.
Please click below to review the guidelines for your city or township:
A listing of past news stories from our front page.
The County Treasurer is authorized by the Michigan Constitution and State law to serve as the County's Banker and Investment Officer. The Treasurer's primary responsibilities are to safeguard public funds and to collect and account for the revenue used to operate programs for County residents.