Office of the City Treasurer


Do you have bills or taxes to pay? We've got you covered with options to pay online, in the mail, over the phone or in person. We make the process easy so you can make a payment and move on with your day.

We're here to help you with your payment options for all your bills:

  • Water/Sewer
  • Waste services
  • Parking tickets
  • Property taxes
  • Code Compliance invoices


Make a payment

As a homeowner, you have a lot to manage. You may have up to 8 City payments! These could include:

  • Water
  • Trash
  • Property taxes
  • Parking tickets
  • Housing inspections
  • City Ordinance violation fees
  • Housing Rehabilitation loan
  • Lead Pipe Replacement loan

Check out our guide to learn how and where to make a payment. We outline when the payment will be processed based on the payment method you select.

Homeowner Payments Guide

Do you own property in Grand Rapids? Wondering how your property taxes are calculated and how to make a payment? We've put together a guide to help you. You'll see the difference between summer and winter tax bills and between real property and personal property. We guide you through how property taxes are calculated and provide you with a Property Tax Estimator tool.

Property Tax Payments and Policies

We use a third party site called BS&A Online to provide you with property information. You also pay your property taxes and City invoices through BS&A Online. We've put together the below guide to help you navigate the site, search for property information and make payment.

BS&A Online

One of the City Treasurer's duties is to invest City funds to earn interest. The City Treasurer gives a report at each meeting of the City's Fiscal Committee. The report provides details about the City's investments and performance.

You can download and review the reports submitted to the Fiscal Committee. The reports are also part of the Fiscal Committee agenda packet.

View Reports