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Due to the completion of the Old Courthouse renovations we have moved back to that Building. We are now located on the first floor of the Old Courthouse on the side of the building facing N Main St.
The office hours for the Old Courthouse are 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM, Monday through Friday.
A Principal Residence Exemption (PRE) exempts a residence from the tax levied by a local school district for school operating purposes up to 18 mills. Section 211.7cc and 211.7dd of the General Property Tax Act, Public Act 206 of 1893, as amended, addresses PRE claims. To qualify for a PRE, a person must be a Michigan resident who owns and occupies the property as a principal residence.
Yes, we do have basic online GIS maps available, you can go to them by CLICKING HERE. A "How to" use them can also be viewed by CLICKING HERE. More detailed maps and information can also be acquired by contacting our office.
We maintain parcel layers for all of Lenawee County and we have aerial photography, reference topography, road centerlines and several other datasets on a countywide basis.
There are roughly 51,600 linked tax parcels in the Lenawee County parcel layer as of 2022.
It is $30.00 per document, no matter how many pages. For additional information try
You can come into the office and get a copy. It is $1.00 per page for copies of documents. You can also obtain a copy from our software's website at
An Escrow Account will allow you to view and print documents. We require $100.00 and your information to set up an escrow account. Then we will supply you with a username and password to access the documents. Please contact our office, at 517-264-4538, for further instructions.
Our office is open 8:00 am until 12:00 pm, and 1:00 pm until 4:30 pm Monday through Friday. Please refer to the calendar for the County holiday schedule.
Adrian Township, Deerfield, Dover, Hudson, Macon, Madison, Medina, Ogden, Palmyra, Ridgeway, Rome, Seneca, Tecumseh Township. All others are collected by the local treasurers.
The Treasurers Office accepts cash, check, cashiers check, money order, and credit cards. ***Please note there will be an enhanced access fee to use a credit or debit card.***
A current rabies certificate, not a receipt or invoice and proof of spay/neuter if not noted on the rabies certificate.
The Lenawee County Treasurer does not collect current year winter taxes until they become delinquent on March 1. Your local township or city treasurer is responsible for collecting the current year winter taxes through the end of February.