In our newsletter there was a mistake with the wording on Recreational Fires: The sentence that reads. Fire needs to be 25 feet within any structure. What was meant to say is fires need to be 25 feet away from any structure.   The Master plan for 2023  is on the Planning Zoning page for public participation.                                             

Office of the Treasurer


Sherine Miller

1 (269) 381-8081 Ext. 116
1720 Riverview Drive, Kalamazoo, MI 49004
Sunday - Closed
Monday -Thursday: 8:30AM - 4:30 PM
Friday: 8:30AM - 1:30 PM
Saturday: Closed


By the power of MCL 41.76, the treasurer is responsible for collecting taxes, tracking the revenues and expenditures, issuing township checks, overseeing township investments, and depositing township revenues in approved depositories. In addition to these duties, the individual must be bonded and appoint a deputy. Read the full legislative act for more details about the duties of the township treasurer. The treasurer is also a voting member of the Township Board of Trustees.

Property Tax FAQs

How do I find out about delinquent property tax?

Property tax information can be found online here: Home | Kalamazoo Township | BS&A Online (

What does “assessed value” mean?

Your Assessed Value represents approximately half of what the Township Assessor’s Office believes the property to be worth. Learn more about assessed values and taxable values.

How do I file for an extension on my tax payments?

Under the authority of Public Act 206 of 1893; MCL 211.51, you may find information and the application to request to defer your taxes on the Michigan Department of Treasury’s website. You must apply before the summer and winter tax due dates to receive an extension. You must submit your application to the Township for consideration. A valid deferment application allows you to pay your property taxes later as long as that deadline is set.

When are my property taxes due?

Summer Taxes

Summer tax statements are mailed by July 1 and are due no later than September 14.

Winter Taxes

Winter tax statements are mailed by December 1 and are due no later than February 14.

How can I pay my property taxes?

Pay Online

Pay your current property taxes online through the BS&A Tax Online Payment Service.

Pay at the Township Hall

The township hall is open to the public during regular business hours to collect tax payments. Check payments are preferred, but cash is accepted. There is a dropbox located at the main entrance on the right side of the door. Please do not put cash payments in the dropbox.

How do I find my tax and parcel information?

Current parcel and tax information can be found by visiting the BS&A website and using the search function at the top of the page.

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