Tax Notices and Delinquent Taxes Tax Payment Deferments Unpaid Taxes
Report a Defective Parking Meter Towed Vehicles & Parking Violations
City of Ann Arbor Treasury oversees the collection and distribution of city revenues, such as property taxes, parking citation revenues and special assessments. This unit is also responsible for investment portfolio management, cash flow management, bond issuance, risk management and adjudicating contested parking citations.
Summer property taxes are billed on July 1 and are payable by July 31. Winter taxes are billed on Dec. 1 and are payable by Dec. 31.
Payments for parking tickets and property taxes can be made online, or can be paid in person at the Customer Service Center on the first floor of Larcom City Hall, 301 E. Huron St., Ann Arbor, Mich., 48104. (Larcom City Hall is located along Fifth Avenue between Ann and Huron streets.) Or you can mail your payment; see your invoice for mailing address. Also, parking citations can be paid by phone at 1.866.890.4982.
In addition, there are two 24-hour drop boxes for convenience. A drive-up drop box is located on Ann Street, at the northeast corner of Fifth Avenue. Another drop box is located inside the Larcom City Hall north entrance (on the Ann Street side) at 301 E. Huron St.
Tax Notices and Delinquent Taxes
Important notice regarding property taxes indicated as delinquent on the online assessment and online property tax data Web page
PRD: Online Property Tax Data
Amount Indicated as Being Delinquent/Past Due
For real property, any payment not received by Feb. 28 following a tax year becomes delinquent and is turned over to the Washtenaw County Treasurer for collection. Any payments made after Feb. 28 following the tax year are collected directly by the Washtenaw County Treasurer. Therefore, the user/viewer of this information, should verify with the Washtenaw County Treasurer whether amounts indicated as being unpaid after the Feb. 28 following the tax year have in fact been paid or not paid to the county. The city is required to maintain a record of the tax roll while it was in the possession of the city treasurer. This record will not reflect payments subsequently made to the county treasurer. The county treasurer's office may be contacted as follows:
Property Tax and Assessment Statistics
Tax Payment Deferments
Senior citizens, paraplegic, quadriplegic, totally and permanently disabled, blind and eligible servicepersons, veterans or their qualified surviving spouse, may be able to delay the date their taxes are due. A $40,000 annual household income limitation is required to qualify for a summer deferment. Deferment applications are available at the Customer Service Center located at 301 E. Huron St. or online at
www.ewashtenaw.org, and must be filed with the treasurer on or before Sept. 15.
Real property taxes that are unpaid are turned over to the Washtenaw County Treasurer for collection with additional penalties and interest as of March 1 each year. For payment information, call the county treasurer at 734.222.6600. Delinquent personal property taxes are payable to the City of Ann Arbor Treasurer's Office. Call for payment amount: 734.994.2833.
Report a Defective Parking Meter
For information or to report a defective meter, please call 877.262.7849.
Towed Vehicles & Parking Violations
For information about your towed vehicle, call the Ann Arbor Police Department at 734.994.2875, or visit the
towed vehicle Web page for general information.
Parking violation information also is available online.