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The Treasurer is one of the five members of the Edenville Township Board. The duties of the Treasurer and the Township Board are described at the web pages provided by the Michigan Township Association and particularly at Townships in Michigan.

The Statutory Duties of the Treasurer are listed as Statutory Duties of the Township Treasurer.

You may contact the Treasurer as listed in the Contact Us link of the Edenville Township web.

Winter property tax bills are mailed approximately December 1. Be sure to review the treasurer's tax info sheet. The due date is Feb 14 and a penalty will be added after that date and the first of each month that there is a balance. Twp office will be open Feb 14, 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM.

Summer property tax bills are mailed in the summer. The due date is Sept 14 and a penalty will be added after that date and the first of each month that there is a balance.

*State law prohibits reduction of penalties and fees for failure to receive a tax bill and/or refund for payment of property tax on the wrong parcel.

Have you been wondering about your tax rates; click here to Listen and see the State of Michigan Property Tax Explanation

Property Tax Estimator

F.A.Q.s

Have you been wondering about your taxes; for more understanding read, booklet on Understanding your Assessed Value, Taxable Value and Property Taxes

For your convenience, the following forms are available for you to download to your computer (you must have Adobe Acrobat Reader to view these files):

Principle Residence Form

Request to Rescind Principal Residence Exemption

Poverty Exemption Application

Property Transfer Affidavit

Summer Deferment Form

Principle Residence Exemption Forms:

  1. Can also be picked up at the Edenville Township office, or you may contact the treasurer to request a form.

  2. Form may be returned to the treasurer, or you may mail or fax your form to:
    The Assessor as shown on the Contact Us web page.

  3. You must be living in your principle residence by May 1 of the current tax year for it to qualify for that year.

  4. You may only claim one principle residence.

Summer Tax Deferment Forms:

  1. Can also be picked up at the Edenville Township office, or you may contact the treasurer to request a form.

  2. Forms must be returned to the treasurer no later than September 15 in order to qualify for deferment on the current summer taxes.

  3. To find out if you qualify for the deferment, please go to the Treasurer FAQs page.


467 Moore Street, P.O. Box 24, Edenville, MI 48620 Phone: (989)689-3655 FAX: (989)689-6151

Edenville Township is located in north-central Midland County in the midst of state forest, farms, river life, country, and progressive living.

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