Information from the Oceola Township Treasurer’s Office
Step Forward Program
If you are experiencing financial hardships due to COVID-19, please see the following link to see if you qualify for assistance www.stepforwardmichigan.org
2020 Summer Taxes
The 2020 Summer tax bills were mailed Tuesday, June 30, 2020. These taxes were due Monday, September 14, 2020. A 1% interest charge will be added to the amount due, every month after the due date. Postmarks are not accepted.
2020 Winter Taxes
The 2020 Winter Tax bills will be mailed Tuesday December 1st, 2019. These taxes are due Monday, March 2, 2020 by 5:00p.m. After 5:00p.m., these taxes will go delinquent to the Livingston County Treasurer.
With the unknown state of COVID-19, we are taking extra precautionary measures to help keep our staff and the public safe in regards to tax payments this year. We are encouraging “contactless” payments. We have included return envelopes with your tax bill for easy mail-in payments.
We have a walk-up secured drop box that is located to the right of the main entrance doors on the front side of our building. At the drop box, we also have envelopes available for your use. You may also pay your tax payment online through our township website:
https://www.oceolatwp.org/ but please note there is a 3% convenience fee. A receipt can be mailed upon request.
Late summer taxes and all winter taxes are due February 28, 2021. Taxes will be due by 5:00 p.m. on Monday March 1, 2021. Any and all taxes left unpaid or payments received after 5:00 p.m. on March 1, 2021 will be turned over to the Livingston County Treasurer as delinquent.
Township residents have the option of making partial payments on the taxes due for their property, during the tax collection season. Partial payments for their Summer tax bills can be made during the months starting July 1st and ending February 28th, and partial payments can be made for the Winter tax bills during the months starting December 1st and ending February 28th. Please contact the Township Treasurers Office for further questions.
Failure to receive tax bill does not waive interest. The legal responsibility of paying taxes on the correct parcel of property rests on the taxpayer. The Treasurer will not be responsible for payment on the incorrect parcel.