ASSESSMENTS AND TAXES
Online Property Information
- Information herein was is deemed reliable but is not guaranteed.
- For specific payoff information on Special Assessments please contact the Treasurer’s Office at 269-382-0223.
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November 1st of each year will be the date you must own and occupy a home in order to be eligible for the Principal Residence Exemption. The Homestead Millage rate is 18 mills less than Non-Homestead property. New Home Owners must apply – this is not automatic.
Land Values & Economic Condition Factors (ECF’s)
ATTENTION DELINQUENT TAX PAYERS: IF YOUR TAXES ARE, OR HAVE BEEN, DELINQUENT BEYOND MARCH 1st ON A YEARLY BASIS, THIS INFORMATION IS IMPORTANT TO YOU.
Public Act 123 of 1999 shortens the amount of time property owners have to pay their delinquent taxes before losing their property. Property owners with taxes that are two years delinquent will be foreclosed and the property will be sold at public auction.
With this new act, the amount of time to pay taxes has been reduced from approximately five years to approximately two years. Property owners will also face higher interest and fees for their delinquent tax bills. More information is available by contacting the Kalamazoo County Treasurer’s office at (269) 384-8124 or you may pick up a brochure at the township office.
REMEMBER – FORECLOSURE IS FINAL!! PAY YOUR DELINQUENT TAXES AS SOON AS POSSIBLE.
New poverty guidelines are released every year and will be updated on this page when we receive them.