Paying your Property Taxes: Plainfield Township offers two
alternative and easy methods of paying your property taxes. You can now
pay Online with a credit/debit card or through an automatic debit with
OpenGov is a web-based financial visualization software specifically designed
for state and local governments. It provides citizens with the ability to view financial information.
Citizens are able to view charts, graphs, and the underlying numbers for Plainfield Township’s
current and past financial performance. Citizens may also establish their own searches to create
charts and graphs of their own. We recommend beginning your exploration of the site by selecting
“Help” in the upper right corner and then selecting the “Welcome Screen” to become familiar with
how to navigate the site. Once familiar, you'll soon discover that there is a vast amount of
information available at your fingertips. Happy exploring!
Online Payment of Property Taxes: To
pay your taxes online,
click here to be taken to
Online payments are charged a service fee. The service fee depends on the
payment type. The fees are:
Visa debit card
All other credit and debit cards are charged 2.5%
E-Z Pay: Since the summer of 2000, the Township has offered the ability to have your taxes paid automatically with a
debit payment plan called "E-Z Pay". You are able to pay your taxes from your bank or credit union
directly to the Township. No stamps! No late penalty fees! Nothing lost in the mail! You
can download an "E-Z Pay" form here, use
the "E-Z Pay" enrollment form in the envelope with your tax bill, or stop into the Township
Offices. If a phone call would be more convenient, please feel free to call the Treasurers Office at
(616) 726-8891 and request a form. We will be glad to drop one in the mail for you.
Download the E-Z Pay form here: (click the "Save a Copy" icon in your Adobe Reader)
Logon and get your tax information: You are able to logon to the Township's website and get tax information 24 hours a day, 7
days a week by going to the Property Info selection in the \\Quick Find\\ box located on the left side of the website. This may be useful to you when you are
filling out your Income Tax forms at year's end. You will be able to get information on taxes and assessment values at this site, or you can call the Treasurers
department at (616) 726-8891.
You are no longer able to purchase or renew dog licenses at the township. Many local veterinarian offices offer this service, or you may contact:
County Animal Control 740 Fuller Ave, NE Grand Rapids, MI
49503 Ph - 616-632-7300
Mortgage company escrow tax payments.
If a mortgage company is paying your taxes from your escrow, the name of the mortgage company that the bill was sent to will be printed above your name. This appears on the page of the tax bill where the taxes are itemized. If the name of your mortgage company doesn't appear above your name or the name of the mortgage company is wrong, you should send a copy of your tax bill to your current mortgage company.
Everyone in the Treasurer's Office is available to answer questions and assist residents with any tax problems. If you are in need of assistance, please notify us and we will work with you to resolve your problems.