Township Treasurer’s Office / Taxes

Jim Johnson is the Township Treasurer. He can be reached at:


(616) 335-3050

Your Property Taxes

Township residents often question where tax dollars are spent. (Please refer to the pie chart.) As you can see, most of the taxes collected (61%) 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. 

Summer taxes are due Sept. 14. Winter taxes are due Feb. 14. Postmarks on envelopes are not valid to determine deadline.  Penalties apply.

NOTE — Unpaid real property taxes are considered delinquent as of March 1, 2024, and must now be paid to the Allegan County Treasurer. Please contact the treasurer’s office at (269) 673-0260 or visit for current pay-off amount and mailing address. Delinquent personal property taxes can be paid in the township office.

Other links:

Allegan County Treasurer’s Office

State of Michigan Property Tax Info & Forms

Federal IRS Tax Info & Forms

Disabled Veterans Exemption Guidelines

Michigan Homeowner Assistance Fund