Village Of Stockbridge


Contact Information

TREASURER   · Lucinda Reames



(517) 851-7435


Stockbridge Assessor

All Property Transfers go through the Assessor at Stockbridge Township Offices

ASSESSOR   · Stockbridge Township Assessor



125 S. Clinton Street, PO #565 Stockbridge, MI 49285


(517) 985-6060


(517) 851-7530


Duties & Responsibilities

The highest priority of the Village Treasurer’s Office is to invest, manage and monitor the City’s financial resources according to sound operating practices, and to report the results of the Village’s financial condition to the Village Council.

In addition, the Treasurer provides pro-active and on-going assistance to other Village departments to help them perform basic financial functions, produce reports that provide useful information for managing the financial resources and operations entrusted to them, and deal with long-term financial planning.

Important Dates

Village taxes are payable from July 1 – September 14, 2024. After September 14, 2024, real property taxes plus interest and penalty must be paid to the Ingham County Treasurer’s office in Mason. Their phone number is: (517) 676-7220. Deferment forms are available for those qualifying and must be filed before 09/15/2024.

New Delinquent Tax Law

No Longer a Tax Lein Sale, now it is a FORECLOSURE Sale

Public Act 123 of 1999 now SHORTENS the amount of time property owners have to pay their delinquent taxes before LOSING their property. Property owners with taxes that are two (2) years delinquent will be foreclosed and the property will be sold at public auction.

The amount of time to pay delinquent taxes has now been reduced from approximately five (5) years to approximately two (2) years. Property owners who have multiple tax years owing may have to pay more than one year of delinquent taxes to avoid losing their property.

Property owners face higher interest and fees for not paying their taxes. Taxes that are more than one (1) year old will have a substantially higher interst rate (1.5% per month as opposed to the current 1%). After two years, taxes will also have a $175 forfeiture fee and additional administrative fees added to them.