Treasurer

To Our City Residents: Winter property taxes are due without penalty or interest for City residents by February 14th. Payments can still be made with accrued interest at City Hall, online, or mailed into our office through February 29th. After this time, payments must be made to the Saginaw County Treasurer and cannot be accepted by the City Treasurer.  

The City Treasurer's Office services the public and City of Frankenmuth departments by providing efficient, expedient assistance in processing funds. We will project a friendly and ethical manner as we ensure fair treatment within legal guidelines. The Treasurer also directs and assists in the preparation of the annual budget and audit report.

Summer taxes (mailed near July 1st) for the State Education Tax, Delta College, Saginaw Intermediate School District, Saginaw County operations, City of Frankenmuth and Special Assessments are due and payable at the City Office, without penalty, until July 31st. 
A 1.5% penalty will be added to any unpaid balance (18% per annum).

Winter taxes (mailed near December 1st) for Frankenmuth School District and Saginaw County extra voted millages are due and payable at the City Office, without penalty, until February 14th. After March 1st, real estate (property) taxes are payable at the Saginaw County Treasurer's office located at the Saginaw County Courthouse.  A late fee will be applied.
 
Richelle Jimenez is the City Treasurer/Finance Officer as well as Assistant City Manager. She came to the City in June of 2022 with over fifteen years of governmental finance experience. She graduated from Davenport University in 2006 with her Bachelor's degree in Business Administration. She lives with her husband Jason and five children in Saginaw Township. If you need to contact her, please email  rjimenez@frankenmuthcity.com or call at 989-652-3430 ext. 112.


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