Taxes & the Treasurer

The Interim Treasurer – also our clerk – is in the office on Monday through Thursday from 8 AM to 4 PM.

Approved 2021/2022 village budget can be viewed here.

*NEW IN 2021 – VILLAGE TAXES TO BE PAID THROUGH PUTNAM TOWNSHIP*

The village has entered into an agreement for Putnam Township to bill and collect village taxes. You will be able to pay your village and your summer township taxes with one payment, at one time, to one entity!

The township will be sending the combined tax bills and they will be sent starting July 1. The bill will be a combination of your village and your township tax bill, with each tax clearly indicated. You can pay by check – in person at township hall or via mail. There are also several online and automatic payment options, and those can be found on the Putnam Township Treasurer page.

To pay your taxes directly online, click here. You will be directed to the BS&A website, the firm that handles the village and township tax database.

Questions can be directed to Putnam Township Deputy Treasurer Tracy Taylor at  734-878-3131 or email deputytreasurer@putnamtwp.us

Taxes

For 2021-2022, the Village of Pinckney will levy a total tax of 12.1740 (down from 12.2792 in 2020-2021) – 8.1723 mills for the general fund (general village services, including the police department) and 4.0527 mills for general highway (street maintenance and improvements). Village Council approved the tax rate with its 2021-2022 budget on June 14, 2021.

The 2021-2022 budget can be reviewed here.

To check your taxes online, click here. You will be asked to create a login and will be able to access tax information. This service is provided free of charge to Village residents only. All other users will be charged a small fee.

Special Assessment Districts (SAD)

There are several SADs in the Village.  If you have questions on an amount due or a payoff, please call the Treasurer during regular business hours.

Deadlines and Late Tax Payments 

Taxes are due upon receipt of your tax bill.

After September 14 2021, unpaid taxes will be assessed a 1% late fee each month until paid in full.

After February 28 2022, Putnam Township will forward delinquent village and township taxes to Livingston County for collection. Please contact the county treasurer’s office at 517-546-7010 regarding late payments of taxes, including fees and interest penalties.

Deferment of Summer 2021 Taxes

Deferment can only be filed and dated from 7/1/21 to 9/15/21.  Deferments must be filed annually.  Postmarks will not be accepted.

The 2021 Summer Tax Deferment form can be found here:  Application for Deferment of Summer Taxes

Please contact Putnam Township for any Tax Deferment requests (deferments are not exemptions).  To qualify, a household annual income cannot exceed $40,000.  The applicant(s) must also be:

1)     62 years of age or older, including the unmarried surviving spouse of a person who was 62 years or older at the time of death,

2)     Paraplegic or quadriplegic,

3)     An eligible service person, eligible veteran, or their eligible widow or widower,

4)     A blind person, or

4)     A totally and permanently disabled person.

 

2019-20 Budget

2019-20 Budget Document with Executive Summary

State of Michigan – Public Act 530 Summary can be found here.

Current Financial Statement

2019 Pinckney Financial Statement

Capital Improvement Plan

Pinckney Capital Improvement Plan 2021-2026

View the Municipal Financial Summary for the Village here at ‘Access My Gov’.

Tax Dollar Poster Pinckney 2016 update-page-001


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