Andy Meisner: "I want everyone in Oakland County to focus their attention on staying healthy and preventing the spread of the coronavirus, not on whether they could lose their property. The Treasurer's Office has your back."
To protect the safety of the public and our employees, Oakland County Treasurer Andy Meisner has closed our office to the public. However, telephone assistance will be available Monday-Friday from 8:30am-4:30pm by calling (248) 858-0611 or staff may be reached by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For Tax Payments, you have several options to pay: (1) calling our automated payment system (248) 858-0611 and following the recorded prompts, (2) online by clicking "Pay Delinquent Taxes" above, (3) mailing to Oakland County Treasurer's Office, 1200 N. Telegraph Rd, Pontiac, MI 48341, or (4) depositing your payment in our outdoor dropbox. Starting March 2, 2021, 2020 taxes are payable to the Oakland County Treasurer. However, 2020 taxes may not be payable online until June 1, 2021. Please call the office at (248) 858-0611 to request a statement be mailed or email email@example.com. Amounts will not be given verbally. 2020 tax amounts may also not be available in the automated telephone system or on a online statement until June 1, 2021.
For Taxpayer Assistance Meetings to discuss your delinquent taxes and repayment schedules, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or go to octreasurer.youcanbook.me or call us at (248) 858-0611. If you need to temporarily stop your automatic withdrawal for your payment plan, please email email@example.com at least two days before your withdrawal date.
For Financial Empowerment Center programs including the Returning Citizens Entrepreneur Training Center, Entrepreneurial Boot Camp, or One-on-one financial counseling sessions, please call Reda Nafso at (248) 807-5287 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. FEC flyer coronavirus - COVID-19 2020.pdf
Oakland County Treasurer Andy Meisner has instituted a policy that no Oakland County homeowner will lose their property due to COVID-19-related circumstances. Taxpayers with delinquent taxes should do what they can to make payments, but should make the health and safety of themselves and their families the first priority.