How to Pay Property Taxes during COVID-19 pandemic

February 16, 2021

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February 16 is last day to pay 2020 winter taxes without penalties! * Due to winter storm, the deadline has been extended until February 17, 2021. *

Despite the current COVID-19 city hall public closure, residents are reminded that there are still several convenient ways to pay residential property taxes, including the 24-hour drop box located at the municipal campus to the right of the front circular drive entrance facing Evergreen Road.  Residents may also pay taxes online with a debit/credit card or by electronic check at:  An additional fee of 2.5% is assessed for this service with a minimum charge of $1.95. Due to COVID-19, residents are encouraged to pay by written instrument such as a check, money order or by credit card.

To pay by mail, make checks payable to ‘City of Southfield’ and mail to: City of Southfield Treasurer’s Office, 26000 Evergreen Road, P.O. Box 2055, Southfield, MI 48037-2055. Be sure to write your tax parcel number on the check and envelope must be postmarked by the due date (metered postmark not accepted).

The last day to pay 2020 winter taxes without penalties is February 16, 2021. All delinquent taxes from previous years have been turned over to the Oakland County Treasurer's office and are now payable to Andy Meisner, Oakland County Treasurer, 1200 N Telegraph Road, Dept. 479, Pontiac, Michigan 48341-0479. Beginning March 2, 2021, 2020 summer and winter taxes will also be delinquent and payable to the Oakland County Treasurer.  Call the Oakland County Treasurer's office with any questions at (248) 858-0611.

For more information, call Southfield City Treasurer’s Office at (248) 796-5200 or visit