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Pay delinquent property taxes online

Those who have delinquent property taxes in Kent County can now pay them right online.

Kent County Treasurer Peter MacGregor has launched a new online platform to provide residents with greater access to contactless services. The free mobile app– myKentCounty – will allow individuals to pay their delinquent taxes online. 

“Over the past year we have seen how important it is to give our residents the option of contactless services,” said Kent County Treasurer Peter MacGregor. “This new electronic service will allow residents to view and pay their delinquent taxes from the convenience of their home or business.” 

This new online tool was developed in partnership with PayIt, an innovative partner in digital government and payment solutions. To access this new service, residents should: 

  • Visit payments.mykentcounty.com or download the free myKentCounty app in the iPhone or Google Play (Android) app stores 
  • Create an account with PayIt 
  • Select Kent County Delinquent Property Tax 
  • View and pay your bills 
  • Print or digitally store your receipts. 

“We are excited to launch myKentCounty as it will greatly improve our payment system while simultaneously saving taxpayers time and potential penalties,” said MacGregor. “This is another important step in how my office will serve County residents and we will continue to work with PayIt to add future services to the platform.” 

Taxpayers can also pay their delinquent taxes by going to https://www.accesskent.com/Departments/Treasurer/ and selecting the Pay Delinquent Taxes button. Residents with questions may contact the Treasurer’s Office at (616) 632-7500 or kctreasurer@kentcountymi.gov.

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