Montrose Township Assessing Department

Montrose Charter Township
Assessing Department
11444 Seymour Road
Montrose, MI 48457
810-639-2021

The Montrose Township’s Assessing Department is responsible in preparing the annual assessment roll under the General Property Tax Act – Act 206 of 1893, as amended, along with the rules and regulations established by the State Tax Commission.

If you have any questions you can contact the Assessor - Angie Green, at the Township Office, Monday through Thursday between the hours of 8am and 5pm .

Individual property information such as ownership, legal descriptions, lot size, year built, structure types, sale information and other property characteristics may be obtained from the Assessor’s Office or you can request the information by email. Please email your requests to agreen@montrosetownship.org.

The following is a breakdown of the number of parcels within each class of property, along with the total assessed and taxable values for the Township for the 2020 taxing year.

Classification Number of Parcels % of Total Assessed Value % of Total Taxable Values % of Total
Agricultural  197
7% $19,396,700 10% $11,586,646 8%
Commercial 48 2% $13,041,800 7% $11,054,933 8%
Industrial 17 1% $5,218,100 3% $4,258,774 3%
 Residential 2466 87% $144,365,000 76% $106,197,206 75%
Developmental 0 0.00% 0 0% 0 0.00%
Exempt 39 1.35% 0 0% 0 0.00%
Total Real   2767   $182,021,600    $133,097,559   
Personal 115 4% $8,660,700 5% $8,660,700 6%
Total  2882   $190,682,300   $141,758,259  

 

LAND DIVISION APPLICATION

LAND COMBINATION APPLICATION

PROPERTY TRANSFER AFFIDAVIT

PRINCIPAL RESIDENCE EXEMPTION FORM

PRINCIPAL RESIDENCE RESCIND FORM

 

Disabled Veterans Exemption

  In 2013 the State Tax Commission established P.A. 161, which amended MCL 211.7b relating to the exemption for disabled veterans. Real property owned and used as a homestead by the disabled veteran or their un-remarried surviving spouse may be eligible for the exemption. To be eligible the disabled veteran must have been honorably discharged from the armed forces of the United States and they must be a Michigan resident. Additionally, they must meet one of the following criteria:

(a) has been determined by the United States department of veterans' affairs to be permanently and totally disabled as a result of military service and entitled to veterans benefits at the 100% rate.

(b) has a certificate from the United States veterans' administration, or its successors, certifying that he or she is receiving or has received pecuniary assistance due to disability for specially adapted housing.

(c) has been rated by the United States department of veterans' affairs as individually unemployable.

The disabled veteran must have some form of documentation from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs to qualify for the exemption.

To apply for the exemption the disabled veteran, their un-remarried surviving spouse or their legal designee must annually(usually in January or February of each year) file an affidavit Form 5107 along with their documentation/letter from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs with the local assessor.