Sumpter Township

23480 Sumpter Rd
Belleville, Michigan 48111
Phone:  734.461.6201
Fax: 734.461.6441 
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Sumpter Township Treasurer's Department


 

Kenneth Bednark, Treasurer
Phone (734) 461-6201 Ext. 2237
Fax: (734) 461-6268
Email: treasurer@sumptertwp.org

Wendy Snook, Deputy Treasurer
Phone: (734) 461-6201 Ext. 2245
Fax: (734) 461-6268
Email: deputytreasurer@sumptertwp.org

 

General Information:

Payments can be made during regular office hours.

Monday thru Friday:
 

(Township Hours) 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM   ----   2nd and 4th Tuesday open till 7:00 PM

We accept cash, checks and money orders.  No credit cards are accepted.

We have a 24 hour drop box next to the double front doors at the township hall.

Click here for Assessing, Tax and Water Billing Information

Delinquent Tax Information  -- available at :
www.treasurer.waynecounty.com

Current Taxes Due dates:

            Summer Bills Due:            Sept 14th
            Winter Bills Due:                Last Day of February

Drain Payoffs --- call Wayne County  ( 313 -224 -8283 )

Dog License:
Michigan law requires that all dogs over the age of 4 months be licensed.  Sumpter Township allows three dogs per address.  Kennel license can be applied for at the Sumpter Township Police Department with the Ordinance Officer.

You will need to provide the township with  a valid proof of rabies from you veterinarian to purchase a dog license.

Dog licenses can be purchased at the beginning of January.  The cost is $5.00 for a male or a spayed female and $7.00 for an unspayed female.  The amount are for January to March 31st.  On April 1st the fees double. 



Paperless Water Billing Sign Up
If you are interested in signing up to have your water bill sent to you via e-mail instead of receiving the postcard in the mail, complete the below form and submit.
Email:
15 Digit Location ID:
Customer Name:
Contact Phone Number:
Service Address:
Mailing Address (If different than service address):
**Please note: By signing up for paperless billing, you will no longer receive a bill via the US Post Office. Remember if you change your e-mail address it is your responsibility to submit a new request form.  Failure to receive a bill does NOT alter due date, or expect you from late fees or shut off status**