45175 Ten Mile Road
Department Phone: 248-347-0440
Assistant City Treasurer
The Treasurer’s Department is responsible for all monetary collections on behalf of the City of Novi, the collection and distribution of real and personal property taxes, and investing City money into investments that secure the principal and provide adequate rates of return. Revenue received is invested into investment vehicles governed by Public Act 20.
Billing and collection of water and sewer payments, special assessments and issuance of Oakland County Dog Licenses are also processed in the Treasurer’s Office. Bond guarantees, letters of credit, and other security monies are collected, recorded, tracked, and refunded through our office.
See Tax Payment Methods below.
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2016 CITY OF NOVI WINTER PROPERTY TAXES
The 2016 Winter Property Tax bills will be on mailed November 30th. If you have not received your tax bill by December 15th, please contact the Treasurer’s office or access the property tax information on our website. If your tax bill is paid by your mortgage company, you will receive an informational copy of your tax bill. Please confirm that your mortgage company has paid your tax bill prior to the due date.
The last day to pay 2016 winter property taxes without penalty is Tuesday, February 14th. On February 15th, an automatic 3% penalty will be assessed. The last day to pay 2016 property taxes at the City is February 28th. On March 1st, any unpaid property taxes must be paid to the Oakland County Treasurer.
For your convenience, there is a drop box located at the curb behind the Civic Center for tax and water and sewer payments.
Property taxes and water and sewer payments can also be paid on-line by credit card or electronic check. A 3% convenience fee applies to credit card payments. No fee is charged for electronic checks. See options below. Please be careful when entering your bank account/routing numbers; payments returned after the due date will be assessed a penalty.
Please contact the Treasurer’s Office at 248-347-0440 if you have any questions, or if we can be of further assistance.
POSTMARKS ARE NOT ACCEPTED
2016 Winter Property Tax Bill
Tax Payment Methods
Mail - Two ways to mail
Mail in envelope included with statement – please include the top portion of the bill with your check made payable to the City of Novi.
Mail to the Treasurer’s office at:
45175 W. Ten Mile Rd.
Novi, MI 48375
For your convenience, there is a drop box located at the curb behind the Civic Center for tax and water/sewer payments (checks only please, no cash.) We ask that you put your check and top portion of the bill in an envelope before putting in the drop box. Payments will be accepted in the drop box until midnight on the due date.
Pay in person at Treasurer’s Office in the Novi Civic Center (first office to the right on first floor). Please bring your tax bill for paid receipt.
Electronic Check Payments
Electronic Check payments are offered through Point & Pay by clicking here. You can also make an electronic payment by telephone at 855-340-4487. If you have any problems processing your payment, please call customer support at 888-891-6064, option #1. There are no fees for online/telephone processing of electronic check.
Credit Card Payments
Credit Card payments are offered through Point & Pay by clicking here. You can also make a credit card payment by telephone at 855-340-4487. If you have any problems processing your payment, please call customer support at 888-891-6064, option #1. Please note, Point & Pay charges a convenience fee for this service which is the responsibility of the taxpayer.
Online banking through your bank
Most banks use a third party to process checks requested through their online bill payment system. This means that your money is deducted from your account and sent to the third party processor, not directly to us. Bills paid through your online banking system may take at least 15 business days for us to receive. To ensure payments are received on time, please set payment date at least 15 business days prior to due date.