Make checks payable to:
LINCOLN TOWNSHIP TREASURER
PO Box 529
Sanford, MI 48657-0529
Office hours by statute:
September 14 • 9 am to 5 pm
December 28 • 9 am to 5 pm
February 28 • 9 am to 5 pm
Phone: 989-374-2220 (Press1 then 3)
Unfortunately, I cannot give out any property tax information until July 1st for summer taxes and December 1st for winter taxes. I do not receive this information from the county until these dates. If you need estimated tax amounts that information can be found at the Property Tax Payment Estimator link.
If your taxes are escrowed it is your responsibility to inform you escrow company of the tax amount due as well as the tax due date.
Summer taxes are due September 14th. Beginning September 15th a 1% per month interest penalty will be assessed. You may apply for a deferment of penalties and/or interest on summer taxes based on income, age, disability, or military service status. You may access and print off a deferment form by following the link on the left.
Winter taxes are due no later than February 28th. On March 1st all unpaid property taxes are turned over to the county and must be paid at the county office. Please contact them at 989-832-6850 to get correct amount due as there will be additional penalties applied.
When making a payment you may send it to the address above or in person at the Lincoln Township Hall on scheduled dates.
The treasurer's office will be located at the Lincoln Township Hall on every 2nd Tuesday of the month from 3 - 5pm during tax collection season only, as well as the above statute dates.
Due to the high cost of postage a tax receipt must be requested by including a self-addressed stamped envelope with your payment. You may also print a receipt by accessing the county website at the “Property Tax & Assessing Information” link on the left of this page. This website is updated daily.
There is a service fee charged for the
quick links above for accessing the GovPayNet website.
There is a service fee charged for the transaction. Use quick links above for accessing the GovPayNet website.
WE DO NOT ACCEPT POSTMARKS SO PLEASE ALLOW 10 BUSINESS DAYS FOR YOUR PAYMENT TO REACH THE TREASURERS OFFICE!
Didn’t receive a tax bill: State statute says that even though you did not receive a property tax bill that does not excuse said property owner from paying their property taxes and a 1% interest penalty will be assessed.