Property Taxes

Delinquent 2022 Property Taxes
All 2022 property taxes were due and payable to the City of Farmington Hills by February 28, 2023. On March 1, 2023, the City’s 2022 tax records were frozen and turned over to the Oakland County Treasurer’s Office to collect. If you still owe property taxes, you must call Farmington Hills Treasury at (248) 871-2480 and request a revised statement to be mailed to you until April 30, 2023. You will need to mail this statement with your payment to receive proper credit at Oakland County.
Delinquent 2021 and Prior Years Property Taxes
2021 and prior property taxes have been turned over to the Oakland County Treasurer's Office. You need to contact them directly for balance and payment options:
Checks Payable to:
Mailing address:
Oakland County Treasurer
1200 N Telegraph Road, Pontiac, Michigan 48341-0479
Oakland County Treasurer's Office (248) 858-0611.

How to contact us
Picture1.png Treasury: 248-871-2480
Assessing: 248-871-2470
Picture2.png Treasury:
Picture3.png  8:30am – 4:30pm
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Farmington Hills, MI 48336
FAQ Frequently Asked Questions 


By law, failure to receive a tax bill does not waive the tax or any penalty and interest for late payment.
Bill mailed on: June 30 November 30
Payment Due Without Penalty/Interest: July 1 to August 31 December 1 to February 14
Date Penalty/Interest Added: September 1 February 15
Penalty Added: 4% 4%
Interest Added: 1/2% per month 0 per month
Last Date to Pay at City Hall: February 28 February 28
Date bills go to Oakland County to collect: March 1 March 1
Property Tax Information
Do you have delinquent 2021 and Prior Year’s Property Taxes? Call Oakland County at 248- 858-0611
Having difficulty paying your property tax bill?
When to contact Assessing? 248-871-2470