For tax assessment information and property tax information 24 hours a day or to pay your taxes, pleaseclick here.
Tax payments must be for the exact amount or will be rejected, regardless of paying on line, or by mail.
Summer taxes are being mailed June 30th and are due August 20th. If you choose to pay by installments, the first installment is due by August 20th or you must pay the entire tax bill in full with interest.
Citizens can avoid the long lines at the Cashier window by paying by mail, internet or using the City's drop box. The Treasurer's Office accepts postmarks for taxes and water bills.
You may also pay your tax and water bills at Lincoln Park Community Credit Union, 1400 Emmons, Lincoln Park. You do not have to be a member to pay your bill there. You must have your tax or water bill with you and they do not accept credit cards.
Credit cards are accepted at City Hall with a 3% convenience fee for each transaction (with a minimum of $2.00).
As part of our commitment to provide citizens with efficient, convenient service, City of Lincoln Park has partnered with Point and Pay Services to offer payment of taxes and water bills over the Internet. Visit our front page of the website and click on the Pay Your Tax Bill Online or Pay Your Water Bill Online. Paying by telephone will no longer be available.
When paying taxes online, you must pay the full amount of the tax bill or the specified installment amount. Any other payments will be rejected. We do not accept partial payments.
American Express®, Discover®, Master Card®, and Visa® credit and debit cards are accepted. Point and Pay, the service provider, charges a convenience fee for payment processing. E-Checks are not accepted online.
All unpaid taxes have been transferred to Wayne County Treasurer as of March 1st. The City only collects current year taxes. Should you have any questions regarding your prior year delinquent taxes, please call 313-224-5990 or visit www.treasurer.waynecounty.com.
Delinquent Personal Property tax are still payable at the City of Lincoln Park.