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As of March 1st, 2019 the City of Ecorse will no longer accept 2018 property tax payments. You must pay them to the Wayne County Treasurer, 400 Monroe Street-5th Floor, Detroit, MI 48226. There will be an additional interest/penalty added. Please contact the Wayne County Treasurer's office to check penalty and interest at 313-224-5990.
Elected City Treasurer
Albert B. Buday Civic Center
3869 W. Jefferson Avenue
Ecorse, MI 48229
Hours: Monday – Friday
8:30 am – 4:30 pm
The Treasurer's Office is responsible for the collection, safekeeping, and allocation of all City revenues, including real and personal property taxes, highway revenues, federal and state grant and other revenues, special assessments, fees, licenses and water revenues. These monies are invested utilizing several sophisticated money management techniques to optimize interest earnings while ensuring the safety of City funds. The interest revenue earned from investment of the City's funds is a significant factor in maintaining a high level of City services and minimizing City taxes. The City now takes payment for water bills with a credit card. The City only accepts cash or check for other services like business licenses, towing and other like fees.
In a constantly changing, increasingly complex economic environment, it is essential for the City Treasurer to keep abreast of new regulatory and technological developments in the financial marketplace. Government legislation, economic trends, new financial instruments, and technical innovations must be monitored and evaluated so investment strategies can be revised and improved. The Treasurer, in conjunction with the Emergency Manager and Controller, strives to keep Ecorse at the forefront of investment policy.
Organizational and procedural methods affecting the efficiency and accuracy of the flow of financial information between the Treasurer's Office, the Accounting Department and other City departments are continuously reviewed, updated and improved to meet the increasing demands by the public and other users for financial accountability and timely reporting. Systems improvements in several administrative functions, such as revenue collection, property tax information systems, and investment activity, are implemented on an ongoing basis to further assist in meeting these demands.
2018 Millage Rates