Edward L. Bourassa
23555 Goddard Road
Office Hours: 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m, Monday through Friday
Edward L. Bourassa serves the the City Treasurer. He was elected in November 2013. Bourassa is a lifelong resident of Taylor. He is married to Kimberly (Belcher) Bourassa and they have three children, Andrew, Kayla and Ryan, and two grandchildren, Dominick and Sophia. Bourassa graduated from John F. Kennedy High School in 1984 and attended Eastern Michigan University.He is a member of Gilead Baptist Church, the Taylor Alumni Association, the Democratic Club of Taylor, the Taylor Goodfellows, the Taylor Masonic Lodge, the Taylor Moose and the Taylor Reading Corps. He also is a director on the board of the Taylor Foundation for Excellence.
The City of Taylor Treasurer's office is essentially the tax collection arm of the City. It is responsible for collecting all monies payable to the City of Taylor including taxes, water bills, licenses and permit fees at the cashier's window, located off of the Pine Street (west) entrance to City Hall.
Personal property taxes and water bills may be paid online for an additional fee using the "Official Payments" tab which is accessed by clicking on Online Services here.
Many of the services of the Treasurer's Office interact with those of the Assessor's Office. To see a complete list of the Assessor's Office duties and offerings, click here.
Many other important financial duties are carried out by the City's Budget & Finance Department, including such things as the auditor's reports, City budgets, citizen's dashboards and much more. To access the Budget & Finance Department online, click here.State FAQ Re Deferment