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Property and Tax Lookup

Property and Tax Info Website

DISCLAIMER

Information contained on the above website is taken from the records of the City of Wyandotte. The City of Wyandotte does not guarantee the accuracy of the information nor assumes any responsibility for errors that arise from the use of the information. Any errors or omissions will not negate the taxes or special assessments that are due and payable. Payments made for delinquent taxes are not reflected on this website.

Tax Bill

This document is available to view in PDF format. Understanding your tax bill

Your property tax bill is the end calculation of multiplying your Taxable Value by the local millage rate. The Assessor simply reports the current values of your property. Your bill is based on the various mileages voted on in your community. The City of Wyandotte collects tax amounts on behalf of other taxing entities and distributes the money to each entity. The list of entities on your property tax bill are as follows:

City of Wyandotte
CITY - City operations, refuse and debt
DRAIN #5 - Southgate/Wyandotte Drainage District operations

Wyandotte Bacon Memorial District Library
LIBRARY - Library operations

Wyandotte Schools
SCH. DEBT - School debt (Bond Voted)
SCH. OPER. - School operations

Wayne County
SUM COUNTY - County operations
RESA/OPER - Regional education service agency
WC SPECIAL - County voted special education
COUNTY – County operations
HCMA – Huron Clinton Metro Authority
JAIL – Jail operations
WCTA – Wayne County Transit Authority
COMM COLL – Community College
COUNTY ZOO – Zoological Authority

State of Michigan
S.E.T. - State Education Tax

Entity Fiscal Year

City of Wyandotte October 1 – September 30
Wyandotte School District July 1 – June 30
Wayne County December 1 – November 30
State of Michigan October 1 – September 30

Back to top of pageBilling

All properties located in the City of Wyandotte receive two tax bills per year.

1. A summer tax bill which is mailed around August 1, and is payable through September 26 without penalty.
2. A winter tax bill which is mailed around December 1, and is payable through February 26 without penalty.

For billing accuracy, it is important that you keep your information current with The City of Wyandotte. Some examples of changes include:

Change of Mortgage Company – contact the Treasurer’s Office 734-324-4570
Principle Residence Information – contact the Assessor’s Office 734-324-4510
Transfer of Ownership – contact the Assessor’s Office 734-324-4510
Change of Address – contact the Assessor’s Office 734-324-4510

If you elect to pay property taxes through an escrow account, your property tax bill will be sent directly to your escrow agent.

If you do NOT receive your property tax bill by the 3rd week of August/December and do NOT have an escrow account, please call 734-324-4570 for a duplicate copy.

FAILURE TO RECEIVE YOUR PROPERTY TAX BILL DOES NOT WAIVE PAYMENT REQUIREMENTS OR PENALTY AND INTEREST.

Back to top of pageDeferment of Taxes

Deferments are available for senior citizens and legally disabled persons with an annual income of less than $40,000.00. This deferment is for a homeowner’s principle residence only and allows summer taxes to be paid on or before February 14 of the following year without penalty. Qualified persons must complete this form annually, and return to the Treasurer’s Office.

This document is available to view in PDF format. Application for Deferment of Taxes

Back to top of pagePayment Information

If you pay your own taxes (rather than an escrow agent), a return addressed envelope is provided with your property tax bill. Please utilize this return envelope when paying your current year property taxes to ensure accurate and expedient delivery.

Your property tax bill can also be paid at the following locations:

  • City Hall, Treasurer’s Office, 3200 Biddle Avenue, Suite 100. For your convenience, a 24 hour drop box is located outside, near the drive through window at Wyandotte City Hall, 3200 Biddle Avenue, Suite 100, Wyandotte.
  • Michigan Legacy Credit Union, 269 Oak Street
  • NUPATH Community Credit Union, 1280 Biddle Ave.

Acceptable forms of payment include cash, check, money order, debt or credit cards. Credit and debit card payments are only accepted at City Hall, 3200 Biddle Avenue. There is a convenience fee to customers for payments made with debit or credit cards. The fee is collected and paid to the service provider, not the City of Wyandotte. Checks are accepted only as conditional payment. If the check is denied upon presentation to the bank, the tax will be restored as unpaid to the tax roll without further notice and will be subject to all applicable interest and penalty charges.

When you provide a check as payment, you authorize us either to use information from your check to make a one-time electronic funds transfer from your account or to process the payment as a check transaction. When we use information from your check to make an electronic funds transfer, funds may be withdrawn from your account as soon as the same day your payment is received, and you will not receive your check back from your financial institution.

Delinquent Taxes

Beginning March 1 of every year TAXES ON REAL PROPERTY ONLY for the August and December tax billings can be paid only to Eric R. Sabree, Wayne County Treasurer, The International Center Building, 400 Monroe-5th Floor, Detroit, Michigan 48226, together with penalty and interest charges as well as any Wayne County charges.

Beginning March 1 of every year TAXES ON PERSONAL PROPERTY ONLY (Business) can be paid only at the City of Wyandotte Treasurer’s Office, 3200 Biddle Avenue, Suite 100, Wyandotte, Michigan 48192 with the 4% late payment penalty plus 1% interest per month computed from March 1 through the end of the month of payment.

Back to top of pagePersonal Property Taxes

Personal Property is assessed as of tax day, December 31st of last year. Businesses in existence on tax day are responsible for the full amount on the July and December tax bills. 

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