FAQ'S about Taxes
What happens if the due date for taxes falls on a day the township is closed?
We will accept payments through the following Monday.
What form of payments are accepted for property taxes?
Payments in the form of check and money order can be made at Vienna Township, cash payments are accepted at Independent Bank, 3500 West Vienna Road, Clio, MI 48420. For your convenience, there is a drop box at the east entrance of the building. Credit, debit and ACH payments can be made online. A 3% convenience fee will be charged for credit/debit card payments and a $1.50 convenience fee will be charged for ACH payments.
What are the Millages on my Taxes
Explanation of Millages: Clio Area Schools
Explanation of Millages: Mt. Morris Schools
Explanation of Millages: Birch Run Schools
Updated with 2022 Millage Definitions
What is the difference between real and personal property taxes?
- The "Real Property" bill is for your home and land.
- The "Personal Property" bill goes to business owners and covers the furniture and fixtures used to operate the business.
I never received a tax bill. Do I still have to pay it?
Tax bills are mailed out by July 1st and December 1st of each year. If you do not receive your tax bill by July 20th or December 20th, please call the Treasurer's office at 810-686-7580. It is the homeowner's responsibility to make sure the taxes are paid.
Does Vienna Township accept partial payments?
Yes, Vienna Township does accept partial payments. However, this does not apply to online payments.
I sent a check through the mail for taxes, and I am not sure if it will show up late. Does the township accept postmark dates?
Postmarked dates are not accepted. If you are in a crunch to pay your taxes, please visit us during office hours and you can write a check here.
I did not pay my taxes (either past due or years past). Can I still pay those?
If they are "real" property taxes, not here! On March 1st, all unpaid "Real Property" taxes are sent and become payable to the Genesee County Treasurer's office for collection.
If they are "personal" property taxes, yes! Delinquent Personal Property taxes, with interest and penalty added, will be accepted for payment at the Vienna Township Treasurer's Office past due.