The Arlington Township Treasurer is available in person during July 1st-February 29th at the Arlington Township Hall (52022 34th Avenue, Bangor, MI) on Wednesdays from 2:00 pm until 6:00 pm, as well as 9:00 am until 5:00 pm on September 14th to collect Summer taxes and February 29th to collect Winter and Summer (deferred or delinquent) taxes.
We prefer checks, but also accept money orders, cashier’s checks or cash.
If paying in cash, you must have the exact amount; no change will be made.
When paying by check please make sure the number and text amount match, and match the tax bill. We DO NOT accept credit or debit cards.
Summer taxes may be deferred if your property is either [1. AG land] OR [2. your principal residence with your gross household income less than $40,000 last year AND you are 62 years or older, disabled or Eligible Serviceperson, Veteran, Eligible Widow or Widower]. You must apply for deferment at Treasurer’s office by Sept 14th. The form can be obtained at the township hall or online at https://www.arlingtontownship.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/09/Application-for-Summer-TaxDeferment.pdf.
February 29th is the last day to submit your current year Summer and Winter tax (2023) payments to Arlington Township.
Summer tax payments become delinquent on September 15th. Summer taxes not paid or postmarked by this date are considered late, and incur a 1% interest charge through September 30th, and an additional 1% at the 1st day of each month until February 29th.
Winter tax payments become delinquent March 1st.
Beginning March 1st, you must submit unpaid Summer and Winter tax payments to the Van Buren
The due date of winter taxes can be deferred until April 30th 2024 without interest, if this your principal residence AND [you are at least 62 or disabled and have applied for and not yet received the MI property tax credit before Feb 15th]. A copy of the income tax form must accompany your application for deferral. A copy of the form can be obtained at the Township Hall or online at https://www.arlingtontownship.com/forms-and-permits
Tax information is public and available online at the following website.
You can use this website to check on the status of your tax payments; including printing out tax bills. You will need to do this for late payments as a result of the late interest charge.
You can search by name, address, or parcel number.
Once you locate the correct property, you can click item in the list to bring up the tax information.
You can click on the arrow beside Winter 2022 to display tax information, with the option to print the tax bill.
You can do the same for Summer 2022. There is also a payment calendar to show you the change in your tax bill as a result of late payments.