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Treasurer's Office 



Joseph G. Ferrari

Phone: (248) 628-9787 ext. 105

Tracy Devereaux Deputy Treasurer

Phone: (248) 628-9787 ext. 104

Sarah M. Kohut
Admin Assistant
to Treasurer

Phone: (248) 628-9787 ext. 103

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An Oxford resident for more than 30 years, Treasurer Ferrari has held office since November 1992. He holds a master’s degree in public administration and a bachelor’s degree in journalism, both from Oakland University. He is a Michigan Certified Professional Treasurer (2000), Certified Public Finance Administrator (2002), Certified Public Funds Investment Manager (2022), and Michigan Certified Assessing Technician (2021).

Treasurer Ferrari’s duties include: 1) Collecting real and personal property taxes; 2) Keeping an account of township receipts and expenditures; 3) Investing township funds in approved investment vehicles; 4) Maintaining the treasurer’s office records; and 5) Receiving and depositing all township revenues and payments in approved depositories.

Treasurer Ferrari chairs the township’s Safety Path Committee, serves on the township’s Union Negotiations and Highway/Roads committees, and represents Oxford at meetings of Oakland County’s NoHaz Consortium and the Southeast Michigan Council of Governments (SEMCOG).

Dog License

Before June 1st?

  • Licenses are $15 for spayed/neutered

  • $25 for non-spayed/neutered animals.

The senior citizen charge (65 or older) is $14 for a spayed/neutered dog and $23 for non-spayed/neutered dogs.

Three-year licenses are available for dogs whose rabies vaccination is good for three years from the date of purchase of the license.  A three-year license is $40 ($37/senior price) for spayed/neutered and $70 ($64/senior price) for non-spayed/neutered.

Proof of rabies vaccine must be provided for all dogs four months and older.

After  June 1st?

Licenses are delinquent and are no longer available at the Township office.  They must then be purchased from the Oakland Pet Adoption Center at 1200 Telegraph Road, Building 42E, MI  48341. 
You may contact them directly at (248) 858-1070.


Dates to Know

  • Summer taxes are mailed on July 1st and are due September 14th.

  • Winter taxes are mailed on December 1st and due by February 14th.

How Can I Pay?

Sewer Bills

Currently issued every three months:  January, April, July, and October.

  • Paid in arrears

    • April 1st bill pays for Jan, Feb & Mar​

  • In-Person Payment Methods:​

    • Dropbox: Check Only​

    • Treasurer's Desk: Cash, Check, or Credit Card with a processing fee. 

  • Online Payment Methods:​

    • Please follow the prompts by going to Oakland County, Oxford Township. Once in the Oxford Township area, please go to the top left and select SEARCH: UTLITY BILLING. Please choose to search by ADDRESS or UTILITY ACCOUNT NUMBER.

Assessing Information

Township Assessing Information is available through Oakland County

Anyone looking for real property assessing information, such as square footage and lot size of Oxford Township parcels, should call Oakland County Equalization at (248) 858-0776 during normal business hours.

The information is also available online through the Oakland County website at Please have your parcel number available for reference.

For those businesses that may have questions regarding their personal property assessments, please call the Oakland County Personal Property Auditor for all of Oxford Township at 248-858-0746.

Is there Homebuyer Assistance Available? 

Oakland County residents may be eligible to receive assistance to purchase and improve a vacant foreclosed property in Oakland County. If your income is within guidelines established by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development and your credit score is 620 or above, you may qualify for the Oakland County Homebuyer Program. For specific information, go to or call 248-858-1529.

Homeowners Transferring Property into a Trust 

Those homeowners that legally transfer their property into a trust must file a Property Transfer Affidavit or risk having their Taxable Value uncapped. The uncapping of the taxable value may cause an increase in property taxes. Please call or stop by the treasurer’s office as soon as possible to file this important form.

Township Assessing Information - Now Available Through Oakland County 

Anyone looking for real property assessing information should call Oakland County Equalization at
248-858-0776 during normal business hours.
The information is also available online through the Oakland County website at  Please have your parcel number available for reference.

What is the Minor Home Repair Program?

The Charter Township of Oxford is working with the Oakland-Livingston Human Service Agency (OLHSA) in providing a Minor Home Repair Program to low-to-moderate income residents in both Oxford Township and Oxford Village. There is a maximum of $5,000 available per household per year to cover a variety of projects. This program, funded through limited Community Development Block Grant monies, will operate on a first-come, first-served basis, for all qualifying homeowners. Please call OLHSA’s Dawn Rigg, at 248-209-2769 for more information.

Principle Residence Redemption

If your principal residence is located in Oxford Township or Oxford Village and you have not filed a principal residence exemption form, please contact the Treasurer’s office as soon as possible. To qualify for a principal residence exemption for the entire tax year, an owner must live in the property by June 1.

Do you have your principal residence exemption? 

If your principal residence is located in Oxford Township or Oxford Village and you have not filed a principal residence exemption form, please contact the Treasurer’s office as soon as possible.

Section 211.7cc and 211.7dd of the General Property Tax Act, Public Act 206 of 1893, as amended, addresses PRE claims (formerly known as the Homestead Exemption). A PRE exempts a principal residence from the tax levied by a local school district for school operating purposes up to 18 mills. To qualify for a PRE on a parcel of land, a person must be a Michigan resident who owns and occupies the property as a principal residence. The PRE is a separate program from the Homestead Property Tax Credit, which is filed annually with your Michigan Individual Income Tax Return.

To claim a PRE, the property owner must submit a Principal Residence Exemption (PRE) Affidavit, Form 2368, to the assessor for the city or township in which the property is located. The deadline for a property owner to file Form 2368 for taxes levied after December 31, 2011, has changed from May 1 to June 1, and a second deadline of November 1 was added. The exemption information is then posted to the local property tax roll. Normally, when you purchase a home, Form 2368 and other relevant principal residence exemption forms are provided by the closing agents. There are many variables in determining eligibility for the exemption. The Principal Residence Exemption (PRE) Guidelines book provides answers to a number of frequently asked questions.

Can I pay using the
Township Drop box? 

For your convenience, a drop box is located at the front of the Oxford Township Offices. We accept only checks or money orders in drop box. 

Can I pay using my credit card at the Township Office?

Township taxes can also be paid by credit card by going to the Oakland County website at We also currently accept credit card payments for all township transactions at the office. Fees associated with credit card payments will be the responsibility of the user.

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