Treasurer’s Office



Property Tax Bills are mailed twice each year. The state education tax and the general county tax are included on the summer tax bill sent out on July 1. Summer taxes must be paid by September 14 in order to avoid any interest. Winter property taxes which include township, local school and special county taxes are sent out on December 1. Winter taxes must be paid by February 14 to avoid any interest or penalty. All taxes can be paid at the township through the the last day of February. Beginning March 1, all unpaid taxes are considered delinquent and must be paid to the Lapeer County treasurer.
Hadley Township cannot accept past-due property tax payments and has no authority to waive any part of the tax, penalty, interest, or any other related fee. Contact the County Treasurer for delinquent tax information.

Payment Form

Taxes can be paid with cash, check, credit/debit card, or electronic check. Payment will be recorded on the date received. Please make checks payable to Hadley Township. Write your telephone number and your property I.D. number on your check. Checks are accepted only as a conditional payment. If not honored by the bank, the tax is unpaid and subject to penalties and interest.

To Pay by Mail

Mail to:
Hadley Township Treasurer
4293 Pratt Rd.
P.O. Box 227
Hadley, MI 48440

Drop Box Payment

A drop box is located at the main entrance to the Hadley Township Offices. Please be sure to include your name, phone number, and property I.D. number with your payment.

To Pay in Person

Bring your tax bill to the Township Offices along with payment. Office hours are Tuesday – Thursday 9:00 am – 5:00 pm, and Friday 9:00 am 12:00 noon.

To Pay Electronically

Pay online with credit/debit card or electronic check*, please have your property ID # and bill amount ready. (Be aware, the processing company charges a 2.95% fee on credit card payments & a flat $2.95 fee on electronic checks) To pay your taxes online, click here: Make a payment


Please examine your tax bill closely to ensure accuracy. Please notify our office of any errors as soon as possible. Clerical errors, mutual mistakes of fact and omitted homestead exemptions may be corrected at the meeting of the Board of Review, provided the township is notified of the error prior to the meeting. After this meeting is held, errors on the tax bill cannot be corrected until the following year.


Change of name and/or address should be promptly reported to our office. If you have sold your property and received a statement in error, please forward the statement to the new owner or return it to the Treasurer’s Office with correction(s) of name and/or address. Failure to receive your tax bill does not waive interest and/or penalties.


Filing a summer deferment extends your tax due date without penalty or interest charges until February 14. Deferment forms must be filed with our office by September 14.
To qualify, an individual has to certify that their gross household income for the preceding calendar year did not exceed $40,000 AND meet one of the criteria below:

  • 62 years of age or older
  • Paraplegic or Quadriplegic
  • Eligible Service person, Eligible Veteran, Eligible Widow or Widower
  • Blind person
  • Totally and Permanently Disabled


If you own and occupy a home, you should complete the Homestead Affidavit. If not, the homeowner is subject to an 18 mill increase in taxes. Forms can be also be obtained at the Hadley Township Office.

Must complete and file the Property Transfer Affidavit to ensure property is assessed properly and receive the correct taxable value. Forms can also be obtained at the Hadley Township Office.

When property is sold with a home, the seller must rescind on this property before claiming a Homestead Affidavit Exemption on another home. You can download the Request to Rescind PRE form, or it can be obtained at the Hadley Township Office.

Poverty Exemptions

Upon completion of poverty exemption application, a property owner may receive a reduction in property assessment because off their inability to contribute to the public charges. The owner must provide federal and state tax returns for all persons living in the household, if they filed. They must also provide a copy of their Michigan Homestead Property tax credit form and a list of assets and their value. All applications for poverty exemptions should be received in the treasurer’s office by March 1 to be heard at the meeting of the March Board of Review.


  • Collect all monies due the township.
  • Deposit all township monies.
  • Invest all monies to meet the cash flow needs of the Township.
  • Administer and collect all specials and special assessment districts monies.
  • Responsible for producing, mailing and collecting all winter and summer taxes.
  • Distribute tax monies to each receiving governmental unit in a timely manner.
  • Settle with county treasurer each March for the past tax year.
  • Sign all township payroll and accounts payable checks.
  • One of five voting members on the township board.
  • Set policies and ordinances.
  • Attend special board meetings as needed.
  • Cemetery Administration.
  • Prepares and maintains cemetery records.
  • Manages the sale of cemetery lots.
  • Prepares cemetery lot deeds.
  • Prepares legal documents for transfer of burial rights and other documents related to cemetery operations.
  • Oversees maintenance of the cemetery grounds.