The Treasurer's Office is responsible for the receipt, deposit, and disbursement of all revenue coming into the City including real and personal property tax.
- Tax Information Inquiry and Pay Online
- City of Roseville Investment Policy
Property tax bills are prepared and mailed by this office on a bi-annual basis in July and December. Summer tax bills are due August 31st. A penalty begins September 1st at the rate of 1% per month. Winter taxes are due February 28th. All unpaid taxes are forwarded to the Macomb County Treasurer on March 1st of each year.
Duplicate tax bills are available from the Treasurer's Office for $2 per parcel.
Pay by Phone:
1-866-349-1430 (Fees May Apply)
Paying by Mail:
City of Roseville
29777 Gratiot Avenue
Roseville, MI 48066
Paying in Person:
When paying tax in person, please bring both copies of the bill. Accepted forms of payment are cash, check, money order, or debit/credit cards. Make checks payable to City Treasurer. Service fees apply.
You may pay taxes online with e-check or credit card. (Fees May Apply)
The Treasurer's Office will assist qualifying senior citizens with their summer tax deferment forms. The guidelines for this are:
- Age 62
- Household income less than $40,000
The State allows the deferral of the summer due date to extend to February 28th earning 1% interest each month until they are paid. When the summer tax bill is received, you must come into the Treasurer's Office and file a deferment at that time. All deferments must be filed by September 15th.
The Treasurer also assists all eligible Roseville senior citizens both homeowners and renters with their homestead property tax refunds and home heating credits on the State Income Tax. These services are free of charge to all eligible senior citizens. To be eligible either you or your spouse must be 65 years of age or older. When you receive your State of Michigan Income Tax forms (in January) you may schedule an appointment by calling the Treasurer's office. Do not call for an appointment until you have received your information from the State of Michigan. Assistance will be available from January through the first of March each year.
- How many tax bills do I get per year?
You get two tax bills each year. The summer tax bill comes out July 01 and the winter tax bill comes out December 01.
- When are current summer tax bills due?
Current summer taxes are due August 31.
- When are current winter tax bills due?
Current winter taxes are due February 28.
- What form of payment do you accept for payment of taxes?
We accept personal check, certified check, money order or cash. Credit card payments are also accepted, but are assessed a 3% Fee and a $2 minimum.
- Can I make a partial payment on my taxes?
Yes, partial payments are accepted. After the summer due date (August 31), there is a 1% penalty per month on the unpaid balance.
- When are current taxes considered delinquent?
All current taxes turn delinquent to the County the day after their due date.
Current taxes can be paid to the City after the due date with an additional penalty of 1% per month until the next season's due date.
Summer taxes become delinquent September 1st earning 1% interest each month until paid. If taxes are not paid by February 28th of the following year, they are sent to Macomb County as a delinquent tax lien for that tax year.
- How do I pay delinquent taxes?
Contact the Macomb County Treasurer's Office at 586-469-5190.
- If I have a question regarding my tax bill, who do I contact?
You may contact City Treasurer John Chirkun's office at 586-445-5420, 8 am to 4:30 pm, Monday through Friday.