TAX & ASSESSING INFORMATION

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Laura Stob, Assessor 616-891-8238  Office Hours are Tuesday 9-4 PM.

 

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Summer Deferment Form

Authorization and enrollment form for direct fund withdrawal for property taxes

Form for requesting removal of automatic withdrawal of tax payments

For drain payoff amounts please call the Allegan County Drain Commissioner at 269-673-0440

 

 

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We can NOT accept postmarks, all payments must be received BY the due date.

 


Tax Information: 

Treasurer: Jacquelynn Bultsma 616-891-8238

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This page contains information on the Summer and Winter property taxes, due dates, and answers to common tax questions.  

Tax Bill:

Summer taxes are to be mailed July 1st, and are payable thru September 14th without interest.

Winter taxes are payable thru February 14th without interest.

You can pay in person at the Leighton Township office, place it in the USPS, or put it in the mail slot located by the office door of the Leighton Township Hall.  You can also pay online or with ACH withdraw if set up 35 days before due date.  


Frequently Asked Tax Questions: 
When Are The Tax Bills Sent Out to Homeowners?
Summer taxes are sent out around July 1st. Winter taxes are sent out around December 1st.

Where & When Can I Pay My Taxes?
In addition to paying in person at the Township Hall, you can use the mail slot at the Township Hall or send by mail to:

Leighton Township Treasurer 
Jacquelynn Bultsma
4451 12 Street, Suite A
Wayland, MI 49348
Treasurer's extra office hours will be available on December 26 9am-5pm and February 14 from 9am-2pm & March 2 from 9:00-4PM. ** Please note the office is closed on Mondays and Fridays.  Holiday Closings: December 24 at noon, all Day December 25, December 31 at noon, all day Janaury 1. 

When Are Taxes Due By?
1.Taxes are due on receipt of the bill. To avoid all penalties, summer taxes must be paid by SEPTEMBER 14TH, and winter taxes must be paid by FEBRUARY 14TH. 
2.Beginning the next business day, September 14th, add 1% interest to the unpaid balance of your summer tax bill.  An additional 1% per month will  be added on the first of each month thereafter.  FAILURE TO RECEIVE THE TAX BILL DOES NOT WAIVE INTEREST.

You can get a copy of your past tax bill by CLICKING THIS.