Summer tax bills sent out, payment deadline Sept. 16

Online payment option available through township website.
The sign in the Laketown Township office, 4338 Beeline Road, directing people where to pay their taxes.

Summer tax bills are in the mail with a payment deadline of Sept. 16, 2024.

You can pay taxes in several ways:

  • In person with cash, check or credit/debit card by stopping by the Laketown Township office, 4338 Beeline Road, from 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.
  • By mail at Laketown Township Treasurer, 4338 Beeline Road, Holland, MI 49423. Postmarks on envelopes are not valid to determine deadline.
  • Online through the township website here. You can go to the website at, scroll down on the home page and click on “Taxes” the scroll to “Pay taxes online here” and click the blue button.

After Sept. 16, penalties apply. The last day to pay summer/winter taxes is Feb. 28, 2025. All unpaid taxes as of March 1 will be turned over to the Allegan County Treasurer for collection.

Where your taxes go

Residents often question where tax dollars are spent.

Most of the taxes collected (61 percent) go to fund the schools (including the Ottawa Intermediate School District). The two mills for the Fire, Roads, and Drains have been in place since the mid-1960s and are renewed every two years by a vote of the residents. 

Township operating revenue goes toward wages (other than the fire department), insurance, parks and cemetery maintenance, building maintenance, utilities, legal fees, and the other expenses associated with running a township.

If you have any questions, call the township hall at (616) 335-3050.