Finance and Billing

The Treasurer's department oversees the finances of the City.  Including; Tax collection, utility billing, accounts payables/receivables and annual budget.

  Jessica Puroll                     Jacob Duncan
City Clerk/Treasurer              Deputy Treasurer
Phone: 231-582-0334             Phone: 231-582-0335
fax: 231-582-6506                   fax: 231-582-6506


We Accept Credit Cards! Pay your property taxes and water/sewer bills via credit card; either online, in person or by calling (transaction fees apply). 


You also have online access to your utility billing (water/sewer), taxes and property assessments to check payment status, balances, etc.  Plus you can also look up all public information on any property within the City of Boyne City.


It's easy to set up an online account but if you have questions about the process call City Hall (231.582.6597). Click here to start accessing online payments and information. Setting up an account is easy and secure.



ANY payment may be made using

  • Cash- in person
  • Check- in person, in the mail
    • (Mail to: 319 N. Lake Street, Boyne City, MI 49712)
    • Please write separate checks for each service
    • Debit card (transaction fee applies)- in person, over the phone
  • Credit card (transaction fee applies)- in person, over the phone


Online payments may be made for Tax and Utility payments ONLY using

  • Debit card (transaction fee applies)
  • Credit card (transaction fee applies)


Recurring, automatic payments for utilities ONLY may be set up using

  • ACH (Automated Clearing House) utilizing checking account information.


Lost your invoice? Don’t have an invoice? Call City Hall at 231-582-6597 to speak with someone about your payment options.



Michigan Dept. of Treasury

State Tax forms

Federal Tax Forms

Mission Statement To provide accurate and up to date accounting records that are in compliance with state and federal regulations, to invest funds in safe investments to realize maximum interest within the laws that govern the investment of public funds, to collect funds owed to the City with efficiency, and to pay vendors on a timely basis.