Summer taxes will be mailed on or about July 1st, and are due on September 15th. Winter taxes will be mailed on or about December 1st, and are due on February 15th. Taxes paid after the due date are subject to a 1% per month penalty. Delinquent parcels paid between February 16th and February 28th will be assessed an additional 3% penalty. After February 28th, unpaid real property taxes are turned over to the Washtenaw County Treasurer for collection.
Taxes may be obtained visiting the links below, or by contacting the City Treasurer. Assessing information may also be obtained by visiting the link below, or by contacting the City Assessor.
2017 Tax Rates (Please Note: Winter rates are estimated.)
Taxes and Assessing On-line*
City of Dexter On-line Tax, Assessing and Utility Bill Information
* On-line Taxes Disclaimer
The City of Dexter has provided on-line tax information as a service and convenience to residents, businesses, real-estate professionals, and any other interested parties. All of the information provided herein is public and available to anyone by an in-person visit to the City offices. Neither the City, nor any department, officer, or employee of the City warrants the accuracy, reliability, or timeliness of any information published by this system, and shall not be held liable for any losses caused by reliance on the accuracy, reliability or timeliness of such information. Portions of such information may be incorrect or not current. Any person or entity that relies on any information obtained from this system does so at his/her own risk.
Taxes may also be paid by telephone at (855) 461-9800. Fees will be charged for this service.
Assistance is available for low income residents and senior citizens. Please contact the Treasurer's Office if you need more information. Help is also available through the Washtenaw County Treasurer's Mortgage Foreclosure Prevention Program.
Property Tax Deferment
Address or Name Change Form
City of Dexter Hardship Application
Buying a home? Information on calculating your future property taxes.