Important Dates

December 31 The status of a property on “tax day” determines the following year’s values and taxes.
1st Week of January Annual personal property statements mailed to businesses
February 1 Annual personal property statements due
February 14 Previous year’s winter taxes due without penalty
February 20 State deadline for filing annual personal property statements
4th week of February Annual assessment change notices mailed
2nd Week of March Board of Review meets to hear property owners appeal their current values or property classifications. When the Board adjourns, it certifies the assessment roll, setting the values for the current year’s summer and winter tax rolls.
May 31 Deadline for filing commercial, industrial and utility real and personal property appeals with Michigan Tax Tribunal
June 1 Deadline for filing principal residence exemption affidavits (must own and occupy as residence on June 1 to be eligible)
June 30 Deadline for filing classification appeal with State Tax Commission (must first appeal to local Board of Review in March)
July 1 Current year’s summer tax bills mailed
Tuesday following 3rd Monday in July July Board of Review meets to correct clerical errors, mutual mistakes, homesteads and poverty exemptions as verified by the Assessor
July 31 Deadline for filing residential and agricultural real property appeals to the Michigan Tax tribunal (must first appeal to local Board of Review in March)
August 20 Current year’s summer taxes due without penalty
December 1
Current year’s winter tax bills mailed
Tuesday following 2nd Monday in December December Board of Review meets to correct clerical errors, mutual mistakes, homesteads, and poverty exemptions as verified by the Assessor