PROPOSED ZONING ORDINANCE
2016 Regular Meeting Schedule
Palmyra Township Board
4276 Main St.
Palmyra, MI 49268
The regular meetings of the Palmyra Township Board will be held here, at 7:00pm, on the following dates in 2017:
2016 Winter Property Tax Collection Schedule
Property taxes may be paid in person at the Palmyra Township Hall on the following dates:
- Wednesday, December 28 9am – 5pm
- Tuesday, February 14 9am – 5pm
- Tuesday, February 28 9am – 5pm
(Will be out of the office these days for lunch from 1-2)
Please call Matt Koester at 517-673-6780 for an appointment if none of the above times are convenient for you.
You may mail your property tax payments at any time to:
c/o Township Treasurer
PO Box 97
Palmyra, MI 49268
Please enclose the top portion of your statement along with your payment. Make checks payable to Palmyra Township. If you need a receipt, enclose the entire statement, your payment and a self-addressed stamped envelope. You may also purchase a dog license at the same time that you pay your taxes, please just make sure to include a copy of your most recent rabies certificate for each dog needing licensed.
NOTE: A 3% penalty is assessed on property taxes when they are paid after February 14, 2017 and are payable to Palmyra Township.
Property taxes paid after February 28, 2017 must be paid to the Lenawee Co. Treasurer and additional penalties will be applied.
Individuals requesting an item to be placed on the agenda should contact Supervisor James Isley at email@example.com or at 517-486-3046 not less than 5 days prior to the meeting date. All are welcome to attend. Additional Palmyra Township information can be found at palmyratownship.net
The Palmyra Township Board
This notice is posted in compliance with the Open Meetings Act, Public Act 267 of 1976, as amended, MCL 41.72a(2) and (4), and with the Americans with Disabilities Act.
For general questions regarding the township you can contact the Supervisor or Clerk.
Questions regarding taxes and dog licenses can be directed to the Treasurer.
Questions regarding the assessment of your property should be directed to the Assessor.
Questions regarding permits and codes should be directed to the appropriate inspector.