Linda J. Rogers, Treasurer
400 S Harrison Street
Ludington, MI 49431
Teresa Harrington, Assistant to the Treasurer
The City of Ludington Treasurer’s Office is responsible for the accounting and collection of all money due to the City including property taxes, water bills, special assessments, invoices and permits. Located in City Hall, office hours are Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. through 5:00 p.m., excluding holidays. Please call our office at 231-845-6237 if you have any questions regarding amounts due for your water bill, taxes, or any other invoice that you have received.
Payment Options -
In person during office hours, 8 - 5
By mail to 400 S Harrison Street, Ludington, MI 49431
Use of locked drop box near front door at City Hall
Credit card - On-line payment option
Credit card – in person or over the telephone
Direct payment from your bank account – with signed form
In addition to handing utility bills and property tax matters, you may purchase the annual Boat Ramp Parking decal at the City office. The annual fee for City residents is $30; for those living outside of the city, the cost is $60.
The annual yard waste sticker can also be purchased at City Hall for $65, and recycle bins are available at no additional fee.
Notary services are available at no cost, with the proper identification.
Water & Sewer Bills processed quarterly -
Residents are billed on a quarterly basis for water and sewer use.
Payments are due on the 20th of the month issued; if received after
that date, a 10% penalty will apply. (See link below for Water & Sewer Rates)
Property Taxes are billed twice annually –
Summer bill issued by September 1st - Due October 9th
Winter bill issued by December 1st - Due February 14th
Partial payment of taxes will be accepted. Tax payments must be in the office on or before the due date to avoid penalties; postmarks will not count. A receipt for your tax payment will be forwarded to you if a stamped, self-addressed envelope is included with your payment.
Outstanding property taxes as of March 1st are turned over to the Mason County Treasurer’s office for collection, at which time additional fees will be added. If you have any questions regarding taxes due from previous years, please call the County Treasurer’s office at 231-843-8411.
Certain taxpayers may file to extend the due date for payment of property taxes, without paying interest or penalty. Please see the “Application for Deferment of Summer Taxes” form link below.
The City Treasurer strives to ensure timely billing and collection of taxes and fees, and forwards taxes collected on behalf of other taxing jurisdictions to them twice a month as required by law. Receipt of all payments are deposited daily and then invested in a prudent manner governed by Public Act 20 and the City Investment Policy. Our goal is to maximize the financial resources to meet the needs of the City and its Citizenry by careful planning and investment.
Application for Deferment of Summer Taxes
Water & Sewer Rates
Automatic Bill Payment Enrollment Form
Property Tax Millage Rates
State Tax Forms
Federal Tax Forms