The Assessing Department identifies and values property within the Township of Macomb in accordance with Michigan’s General Property Tax Laws and the State Tax Commission (STC) guidelines. Macomb Township currently has approximately 32,000 real property parcels and 1,000 personal property parcels.
The Assessing Department responsibilities include determining the taxable status, assessed value, true cash value and taxable value for every parcel. The current property owner of record and sales information are maintained through Deeds, Property Transfer Affidavits, Homeowner’s Principal Residence Exemption Affidavits and other related forms. Additionally, land division/combination, legal descriptions and any improvement to the land including all buildings and accessory structures are maintained through the appropriate Township applications and permitting process.
Notice of Property Inspections
The Assessing Department inspects and measures every new construction home and all applicable building permits in the Township. We also verify every sale, review existing properties, inspect and measure all commercial/industrial property, conduct personal property inspections/audits and verify all agricultural farming properties to maintain current and accurate records.
All assessing staff drive marked Macomb Township vehicles, have an identification badge and wear an assessing department uniform. They will knock on the front door to notify you they are on the property and possibly leave a door tag if they have any questions. We will never ask to enter your home.
Public Inspection of Records Accessibility Policy Pursuant to PA 660 of 2018
The Assessing Department is open to inspect and review public records, request copies, turn in paperwork or speak to an assessing department staff member Monday – Friday, 8:00am – 4:30pm, except for observed holidays.
Information may also be found through our websites public data records or submit inquiries to the Assessor Kimberly Patterson by emailing at firstname.lastname@example.org, or by phone at 586-992-0710. Estimated response time is 3-5 business days.
Taxpayers may meet with an Assessing staff member to discuss an inquiry in-person or informally discuss protests prior to the March Board of Review by calling 586-992-0710 or by emailing email@example.com.
Production of records may be made by calling 586-992-0710 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. A staff member will be assigned the request and will respond within 3-7 days. A Freedom of Information Act request may be required through the Clerk’s Department.