The Treasurer is responsible for receiving, receipting and depositing all monies coming into the Township.  The majority of the funds we receive are then disbursed to other entities, including the State, County, and schools. Funds are invested according to State Statute to be safe and available when needed to pay claims, payroll and bond payments.

At 8.7206 mills for 2021, Delhi Township’s operating millage is one of the lowest in Greater Lansing and supports our continued efforts to make our community a great place to live, work and raise a family. We use the operating millage to make critical investments in projects that help us continue providing the services our community relies on, like infrastructure and public safety. We have a proven track record of transparency and accountability, and have received clean financial audits for the past 35 consecutive years.      

At Delhi Township, we know tax dollars are precious. That’s why we work hard to make sure local taxes are used wisely so we can continue investing in our community’s future.

Taxes and sewer accounts are billed and collected in the Treasurer's Office.

Tax Collection

Delhi Township collects and disburses taxes for: 

  • Capital Area District Library
  • Capital Region Airport Authority
  • Capital Area Transportation Authority
  • Delhi Downtown Development Authority
  • Delhi Township
  • Eaton Rapids Public Schools
  • Holt Public Schools
  • Ingham County Drain Commissioner
  • Ingham County
  • Ingham Intermediate School District
  • Lansing Public Schools
  • Lansing Community College
  • Mason Public Schools
  • State of Michigan

Online Property & Tax Information

View the property and tax information website.

Here you can look up information regarding sewer accounts, property taxes, special assessments, building information and even look at photos of houses and buildings.  It's available free of charge, 24 hours a day.