Sharyl Deveneau Chief DeputyTreasurer
605 N. Birch Street, Kalkaska, MI 49646
Hours: Monday - Friday 8:00 am - 4:30 pm - closed on county observed holidays
2023 Holiday Schedule: 2023 Holiday Schedule
For any questions contact us at: KalCountyTreasurer@Kalkaskacounty.org.
2022 NEWSPAPER PUBLICATION FOR 2020 & PRIOR YEARS PROPERTY FORFEITURES
AUCTION WEBSITE LINK: https://www.tax-sale.info/
FOR CURRENT PROPERTY TAX INFORMATION - BS&A LINK: https://bsaonline.com/?uid=2004
Delinquent taxes can be paid by DEBIT or CREDIT card thru govpros or pointandpay"
A CONVENIENCE FEE will be charged by all the credit card service companies.
DROPBOX FOR TAX PAYMENTS
GOVPROS: service fee: 2.65% on debit/credit (minimum fee of $1.00)
GOVPROS: ACH (e-check) - flat fee of $2.50
GOVPROS: service fee - American Express - 4% (minimum fee of $2.00)
Point & Pay fee schedule is as follows:
Credit/Debit Cards: 3% - minimum $2.00
E-checks: Flat Fee of $3.00, up to $10,000.00 / anything over $10,000.00, flat fee of $10.00
Summer Tax Deferment Information
Township Treasurers collect the current year tax through February of the following year.
Summer tax mailed to taxpayer in July, due without penalty to the Township Treasurer by September 14th. If the 14th falls on a weekend or holiday, the due date is the next business day.
Winter tax mailed to taxpayer in December, due without penalty to the Township Treasurer by February 14th. If the 14th falls on a weekend or holiday, the due date is the next business day.
If your property tax is not paid by the due date, check with your Township Treasurer for balance owing, Township Treasurers collect the current year tax through February.
Village tax mailed to taxpayer in July, due without penalty to Village Treasurer by September 14th. If the 14th falls on a weekend or holiday, the due date is the next business day. If not paid to the Village Treasurer by the due date, the unpaid taxes are turned over to the County Treasurer for collection.
On March 1st of the following tax year, the Township Treasurer's turn over all unpaid property taxes to the County Treasurer for collection. Townships do not collect after March 1st and the County Treasurer does not collect current taxes until after March 1st.
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