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You get two tax bills each year. The summer tax bill comes out July 01 and the winter tax bill comes out December 01.
Current summer taxes are due August 31.
Current winter taxes are due February 28.
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.
Yes, partial payments are accepted. After the summer due date (August 31), there is a 1% penalty per month on the unpaid balance.
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.
Contact the Macomb County Treasurer's Office at 586-469-5190.
You may contact City Treasurer John Chirkun's office at 586-445-5420, 8 am to 4:30 pm, Monday through Friday.
The City Treasurer's Office is open for public transactions Monday through Friday from 8:30am to 4:30pm. The City of Roseville Treasurer's Office is located at 29777 Gratiot Avenue, on the west side of Gratiot just south of Common Road in City Hall behind the Roseville Police Department and the 39th District Court.
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This Detroit Free Press Article (PDF) sheds some light on the reason for such a large property tax increase in 2023.
Employment applications for full-time positions are accepted only during an advertised "application period". Qualified applicants are then placed on an eligibility list, which is used to fill vacancies as they occur.
All City positions (including Police and Fire positions) are advertised on the City's website. View and subscribe to email notification of employment opportunities.
Only those meeting the minimum advertised qualifications will be considered for employment. Specific questions regarding any position should be directed to the Personnel Department at 586-445-5412.
In a Personal Protection Order (PPO), the court orders an individual to stop threats or violence against you. According to the court rules, the proceeding to obtain an order is called a "personal protection action." The following describes the two types of PPOs:
(1) Domestic PPO - when the person you want protection from is:
(2) Stalking PPO - when the person you want protection from has engaged in a pattern of two or more non-continuous acts, without your consent, that make you feel threatened, harassed, frightened, or molested.
Note: you may not get either type of PPO against your minor child. Likewise, a minor child cannot obtain a PPO against a biological parent.
Forms can be picked up from the PPO Assistance Office, located on the first floor of the Macomb County Circuit Court building at 40 North Main Street, in downtown Mt. Clemens. The PPO Assistance Office is open from 8 am to noon and 1 pm to 4 pm on court business days. This service is free and available to anyone. An advocate is available to explain how to fill out the forms and answer questions. Once all the forms are completed, you must file them in the Circuit Court Clerk's Office on the 1st floor of the Court building. You may also call the PPO Assistance Office at 586-469-7494.
If you fear immediate injury or irreparable harm if you have to wait for a hearing on the PPO, check the "ex parte" box. By court rule, the judge assigned to your personal protection action has twenty-four hours to review the information you have provided and grant or deny an ex parte PPO request. Once it has been decided, the paperwork should either be picked up by you after 3 pm the next court day or it can be mailed to you.
Personal Protection Orders are public record and thus, anyone can access your petition at the courthouse.
If your request for an ex parte order is denied and you wish to have the judge consider it in court, you have the right to request a hearing before the judge. In order to request such a hearing, you must file a "Motion to Enter" within twenty-one days of the date that your PPO was denied. Motion forms are available in the PPO Office.
Under the Michigan court rules, a minor or legally incapacitated person must bring their personal protection action through an adult who is not disqualified by law. You do this by requesting in your petition that the Court appoint a "next friend" for you, such as a parent or legal guardian.
The PPO forms ask for important information that the Court needs before it can issue a PPO. Please fill out the forms legibly and completely. Also, you may attach supporting documents to the forms.
Once signed by a judge, the PPO is effective and enforceable anywhere in Michigan. Without notice of the PPO, the respondent will have an opportunity to comply with the order before an officer will make an arrest. Upon service of the order, it may also be enforced by another state, Indian tribe, or a territory of the United States.
If the PPO is violated:
The respondent must come to court after being arrested or after you file and serve the "Motion to Show Cause." The Prosecutor's Office will try to have an Assistant Prosecuting Attorney to assist you during your hearing. The court has the discretion to jail the respondent for up to ninety-three days and/or impose a fine of up to $500.
In order to change or terminate the PPO, you must file a "Motion to Modify, Extend, or Terminate" and a hearing will be set so that the court can consider your request.
In order to extend the PPO, you must file a "Motion to Extend" three court business days before the PPO expires.
By City Ordinance, these items may be placed curbside after 6 pm the evening before your scheduled pick-up day. All items must be curbside by 7 am on your scheduled collection day. Loose bags, boxes, and improper containers/cans are prohibited (the only exception is an empty refrigerator, stove, washer, or dryer box).
Call the D.P.S. at 586-445-5470 for information regarding guidelines, pickup problems, or any questions / concerns you may have. Office hours are 7:30 am to 4 pm and messages can be left after 4 pm and calls will be returned the following morning.
A mattress and box spring, couch, dinette set, or appliance are considered bulk items. Call Green For Life at 866-772-8900 the day before if you have a large, heavy, or metal item such as an appliance. Residents are allowed one bulk item on the regular collection day.
The City of Roseville has provided each address with a 96-gallon trash container. The container may be filled and placed out at the curb weekly. Residents who need an additional trash container may purchase one from Green For Life: 866-772-8900.
Green For Life will pick up one small item from a construction / remodeling project that does not exceed 60 lbs. in weight, 4' in length or 18" in diameter. Scrap wood must be securely bundled with nothing sharp protruding.
Compost collections start at the beginning of April and conclude at the beginning of December. Exact dates are on the City calendar which is on the website or available from the Clerk's Office.
You can dispose of these on your own with a commercial facility or schedule the D.P.S. chipper service. There is a fee of $70 per hour with a minimum charge of $35 for up to a half-hour and you must sign a form to have this service performed. The chipper will accept limbs up to 8" in diameter (no stumps). The D.P.S. at 29411 Calahan can provide the Chipper Agreement form (PDF) and answer any questions. The application is also available on this website. You can mail, email, or return the form in person to the D.P.S.
NO paper milk / juice cartons, styrofoam, wax-coated cardboard, garbage, propane tanks, paint cans, window glass, medical waste, flammable liquids, household cleaners, chemicals, or wood.
Macomb County Health Department has a monthly household hazardous drop-off at 43525 Elizabeth Road. They can be reached at 586-469-5236 for dates and times.
Latex paint must be dried out or solidified prior to disposal. Use cat litter, oil dry, sand, or other suitable material to dry out the paint or allow it to air dry. Once the paint is solid, leave the lid off the can and set it out at the curbside for collection with your regular refuse. If you are unsure whether the paint is latex (water-based), refer to the clean-up instructions on the paint can. Latex paint can be cleaned up using soap and water.
Collection will be delayed by one day only, when the holiday is on a weekday, for the following holidays: New Year's Day (January 1), Memorial Day (last Monday in May), Independence Day (July 4th), Labor Day (first Monday in September), Thanksgiving Day (fourth Thursday in November) and Christmas Day (December 25).
Tires are not accepted in trash collection unless cut in quarters. Please return them to a tire retailer - a small disposal fee may be charged.
Propane tanks are NOT collected with your trash and must be taken to a propane dealer.
Place in a sturdy plastic container such as a bleach bottle, coffee container, laundry jug (no plastic milk containers or thin plastic containers) and drop off at the D.P.S., 29411 Calahan, Monday through Friday, 7:30 am to 3:45 pm.
After the main roads have been plowed and the storm has passed, we will then begin our residential snow plowing operation. Residential streets will not usually be plowed until approximately 4 inches of snow has accumulated on the roads. In most cases, plowing of residential streets will be done during normal business hours, Monday through Friday, 7:30 am to 4 pm It takes 2 to 3 days to get the entire City plowed. So that we can be more efficient when plowing residential streets, the Parking Ordinance (PDF) is in effect requiring vehicles to stay off the street from 9 am to 4 pm until after the City trucks have plowed the street from curb to curb.
The D.P.S. plants trees in the right-of-way for residents each spring. You may contact the D.P.S. at 586-445-5470 to be placed on the list to have the literature detailing the types and prices of trees mailed to you, which is normally mailed in mid-April. A resident may purchase a tree to be planted by the City in the right-of-way, or purchase a tree for their private property and the City will deliver the tree to their home for them to plant.