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Treasurer's Office

Lori Beaudrie
Treasurer
P.O. Box 85
South Rockwood, MI 48179
Office 734-379-3683 Ext 106
Fax 734-379-2523

The Treasurer's Office is responsible for collecting all money due to the Village of South Rockwood, and for managing all banking responsibilities.

Village Taxes

Village of South Rockwood Taxes are collected July 1 - September 14 of each year.  Taxes are paid in arrears. Delinquent taxes are turned over to the Monroe County Treasurer after September 15.

Notices go out in April for any previous year delinquent water bills or delinquent grass cutting bills.  If not paid by May 19 the amount is added to the Village summer tax bill.

                               Visa, Mastercard, and Discover cards are accepted.

Warning:  Please look your tax bill over closely. Any clerical errors, mutual mistakes or homestead tax exemptions MUST be corrected by the Board of Review.  Compare this statement with your deed or contract before paying this tax. if you pay on the wrong legal description, the law holds you wholly responsible. If you sold the property, return this statement to the office with corrections of name and address.

Partial Payments:  Partial payments may be at the VILLAGE HALL ONLY from July 1 through September 14 any unpaid balance will be turned over to the Monroe County Treasurer.

Payments: You may pay your taxes in person at the Village Hall, or at Monroe Bank & Trust (South Rockwood Branch only). When paying by mail return the bottom portion of your statement with you check or money order.  The U.S. postal Service must POSTMARK your mailed payment by the due date to void incurring any penalties or interest.

YOUR CANCELLED CHECK AND THE TOP PORTION OF THE STATEMENT ARE YOUR RECEIPT.  A $25 FEE IS CHARGED FOR A RETURNED CHECK AND YOUR TAX PAYMENT VOIDED.

Escrow Accounts:  If your taxes are paid by your Mortgage Company,  every effort has been made to forward your tax bill to the Mortgage Company.  It is your responsibility to verify they have received it.  If you your receive a tax statement on white paper marked "copy for records," this means the tax bill was sent to the Mortgage Company.

Delinquent Taxes:  After the due date taxes are payable to the Monroe County Treasurer, 51 S. Macomb St., Monroe, MI 48161. or call (734) 240-7365 for interest and penalties.