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301 E. Huron, Larcom City Hall, 5th floor [map]
(734) 794-6000, ext. 45209

This division of the finance unit oversees the city's accounting, auditing, payroll, and grant services, and provides citizens with information on the city's financial condition. Budget information is online at A2OpenBook, tinyurl.com/pk6f38h


Assessor

301 E. Huron, Larcom City Hall, 5th floor [map]
(734) 794-6530

This division of the finance unit determines the assessed and taxable value of all property for property tax purposes. The office keeps assessment and ownership records of properties, online at tinyurl.com/oa9pc4a.

Property owners who disagree with their annual assessments may appeal to a city council-appointed board of review. This three-member board may also grant a poverty exemption, which must be renewed annually, to homeowners who meet specific income levels and other requirements.

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Finance Administration

301 E. Huron, Larcom City Hall, 5th floor [map]
(734) 794-6500

Chief financial officer Tom Crawford and his staff are responsible for coordinating budget development, strategic planning, city bonding, and economic development, and providing analytical support for other service areas. .a2gov.org/departments/finance-admin-services


Treasurer

301 E. Huron, Larcom City Hall, 5th floor [map]
(734) 994-2833

The treasurer is responsible for customer service, risk management, parking referees, banking, and management of the city's debt and investment portfolios. Bills for property taxes, parking fines, utilities, and invoices may be paid at the customer service center at City Hall, 301 E. Huron; at drop boxes inside and outside of City Hall; by mail, and online. Taxes may also be paid at some local banks.

Property taxes are billed twice a year, in July and December. From July through February, residents may pay property taxes online at a2gov.org/taxpayment using a checking account, savings account, or (for a 2-3 percent fee) credit/debit card. The city property tax rate for a primary residence was $42.1759 per $1,000 of taxable value in July 2018 and $7.2327 per $1,000 in December 2018. Other property was taxed at a rate of $49.1038 per $1,000 in July 2018 and $14.1606 per $1,000 in December 2018.

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