December 1st Revenue Sharing Deadline Reminder

Posted on November 18, 2015 by Dene Westbrook

The Michigan Department of Treasury distributed the following reminder to all Cities, Villages and Townships this week about the upcoming December 1st deadline to submit the necessary documentation to receive statutory revenue sharing payments.

Official CVTRS Detailed Guidance FY 16 Letter


This is a reminder that the due date for the City, Village, and Township Revenue Sharing (CVTRS) and County Incentive Program (CIP) is 11:59 pm on December 1, 2015.

In order to meet the deadline and qualify for the full CVTRS/CIP payment amount available, a local unit must submit to Treasury the documents listed below and make the documents available for public viewing in the city, village, township, or county clerk’s office or post them on a publicly accessible Internet site.

The required documents are:

  1. Signed Certification of Accountability and Transparency (form #4886)
  2. Citizen’s Guide (minimum General Fund)
  3. Performance Dashboard
  4. Debt Service Report (all funds)
  5. Projected Budget Report (minimum General Fund)

Please visit,4679,7-121-1751_2197_58826_62393_62406—,00.html for the required certification form and available templates.

If Treasury does not receive ALL of the above documents by 11:59 pm on December 1, 2015, your local unit will not qualify for the full CVTRS/CIP payment amount available.

Submissions can be emailed to [email protected], faxed to 517-335-3298, or mailed to:

Michigan Department of Treasury

Office of Revenue and Tax Analysis

P.O. Box 30722

Lansing MI  48909

Email Submissions

If the required documentation is submitted via email, please take note of the information below:

  1. Prior to submitting the documentation:
    1. DOUBLE CHECK THE EMAIL ADDRESS to ensure that the address has been typed correctly.  If the email address is typed incorrectly, Treasury will not receive the submission and the local unit will not qualify for a payment.
    2. DOUBLE CHECK ATTACHMENTS to ensure that all the required documentation has been attached.  If all the documentation is not submitted (by the due date), the local unit will not qualify.
  1. After Submitting the documentation:
    1. Within two business days of Treasury receiving your email, YOU WILL RECEIVE AN EMAIL REPLY stating the submission has been received.  Starting November 23, 2015, Treasury will provide the email reply within four business hours.
    2. IF A RESPONSE EMAIL IS NOT RECEIVED from Treasury within the above time frames, contact Treasury at 517-373-2697 to verify that the submission has been received.
    3. Upon a review of the documentation at a future date, Treasury may request additional information to ensure a local unit’s compliance with 2015 Public Act 84.

For reference, attached is Treasury’s CVTRS Detailed Guidance for cities, villages, and townships and Treasury’s CIP Detailed Guidance for counties.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact our office at 517-373-2697.

Thank you.

Office of Revenue and Tax Analysis

Michigan Department of Treasury



Chris Hackbarth is the League’s director of state affairs. He can be reached at 517-908-0304and [email protected].

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