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    City Assessor
    (616) 456-3081
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    What's New:
    2016 Assessment Notices
    Notices of Assessment Change for Real Property were mailed on January 22, 2016 to all property owners of taxable real property in the City of Grand Rapids. This is a notice of the tentative 2016 Assessed and Taxable Values. It is also a notice of the status of Principal Residence Exemption to be applied for the 2016 property tax.  Please contact us as 616-456-3081 if you have not received a notice.  (Click here for more information.)  The final day for appeal before the Assessor's Review is February 12, 2016.
    Personal Property Tax-IMPORTANT!
    THE LAW HAS CHANGED REGARDING PERSONAL PROPERTY REPORTING & ASSESSMENT
    Contrary to the understanding of many taxpayers, the new personal property tax exemptions do NOT provide for the complete exemption of business personal property..... (read more...)
    Special Instructions For E-Filing of Personal Property Statement (read more...)
    2015 Property Tax
    Winter tax statements were mailed on December 1, 2015.  Summer tax statements were mailed on July 1, 2015. If your winter property tax is $100 or less, then the winter levy was combined with the summer levy on July 1, 2015. Summer taxes are due by July 31, 2015. If you did not receive a summer tax statement, please contact the Treasurer's department at 456-3020.  (Click here for a link to the mailing address change form)
    Michigan Tax Tribunal
    The deadline for filing 2015 valuation appeals of residential class property to the Michigan Tax Tribunal is July 31, 2015.  Petitions must be submitted on the Michigan Tax Tribunal's form, which can be downloaded from their website at www.michigan.gov/taxtrib. 
    December Board of Review
    Pursuant to Section 211.53b of the Michigan Compiled Laws Annotated, the City of Grand Rapids Board of Review will be in session at 9:00 am, in Room 360 of City Hall, Tuesday, December 15, 2015 to consider corrections to the assessment roll resulting from "qualified errors" for the 2014 and 2015 assessments and Principal Residence Exemptions not previously on the roll for years 2012 through 2015.