Tax Payment Options


NEW!!!  For your convenience, Brighton Township now offers ACH (Automatic Withdrawal)

ACH enrollment form (this link is valid December 1 through January 14 only)

Automatic Withdrawal of tax bill(s) will be automatically paid as an electronic withdrawal from your bank account on the specified date per the form below.  This authorization will stay on file and in effect unless you provide a written notice to us at least 10 days before the withdrawal date.  If changes are required, this must also be done 10 days before the due date.   

Credit Card Payments 

Credit card payments may be used online, in person at Township Hall or by calling Point & Pay at 855-839-7018.  A convenience fee will be applied. 


Mail Checks payable to Brighton Township Treasurer, 4363 Buno Road, Brighton, MI 48114 (do not send cash).  Please enclose the bottom stub of your tax bill along with your payment.  Please include your phone number on your check, should we need to reach you regarding this payment.  If a receipt is desired, please enclose a self-addressed stamped envelope or email address for an electronic copy.  We do NOT accept postmarked or post dated checks.   Checks are accepted only as a conditional payment.  If your check is not honored by your bank, the payment will incur a $35.00 fee as well as your account may be subject to further interest. 

Drop Box

We encourage payments in the box located at the front of the building near the main entrance.  These payments will be applied on the next Township workday.  If you desire a receipt, please enclose a self-addressed stamped envelope or email address for an electronic copy. 

In Person

Payments accepted at the Treasurer’s office along with the bottom portion of your tax bill.  If paying by check, please have it filled out with phone # before reaching the Treasury counter.

Pay at the Bank

Tax payments are accepted at Flagstar Bank (LEE ROAD and Old 23 Branch) in Brighton only.  Please bring your original tax bill with you when making your payment at the bank.  A receipt of payment made will be given to you.  Only full payments will be allowed at the bank.