The State Tax Commission recommends that assessors inspect 20% of properties in their local unit annually. The Assessing Inspector will visit your property to verify field data/or measure improvements on properties. The inspector will try to contact the resident at the time of the visit. If you are not home, the inspector will leave a contact card notifying you of the visit. Check out this letter for more information.
Application for Land Division
The division of a parcel of land into two (2) or more lots or parcels shall comply with the requirements of the Township Zoning Ordinance, the Township’s Land Division Ordinance, the Michigan Land Division Act (Act 288 of the Michigan Public Acts of 1967, as amended), and all applicable Township ordinances, rules and regulations. Click here for the application.
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Tax and Assessing Information
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