To avoid interest/penalties, please pay your summer taxes by Tuesday, September 14, 2021. Any payments made starting September 15, 2021, will be subject to interest/penalties. Please take advantage of our online services through our website costing just $1 if paid through a checking or savings account. www.waterfordmi.gov/taxes. Taxes may also be paid in person at the Treasurer's office. We also offer a drop box outside the Treasurer's office door(as you walk up on the left connected to the building) if you wish to drop your tax payment therefor contactless payment.
The Waterford Library will be presenting "Berlin - The History and Highlights of a Fascinating City" on Thursday, September 16, 2021, at 6:30 p.m., in the community room. With 82 million inhabitants, Germany is the most populous state in the European Union and, after the United States, the most popular immigrant destination in the world. 40% of Americans claim German heritage. Berlin has been Germany’s capital city twice. The country’s largest metropolis first became the capital in 1871 when the German states unified to become the German Empire. Following German reunification in 1990, the German parliament voted to move its capital city from Bonn back to reunited Berlin, which has now resurfaced bigger, better, and culturally stronger than ever before.
Join us for the last two lunchtime food trucks on Waterford’s Civic Center Campus. Thursday, September 16th Fortune Cooking will bring their delicious Asian cuisine, and Thursday, September 30th Grilled Wraps will feature a variety of delicious sandwiches! Food is served from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. and both trucks accept cash or credit. Visit www.waterfordmi.gov/specialevents for details and menus. Hope to see you there!
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