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Information and Services
Michigan law requires the County Board of Commissioners to examine the assessment rolls of the cities and townships within the county each year and determine whether each class of real and personal property in each city and township has been equally and uniformly assessed at a level of 50% of true cash value. Read more.
Many of the records generated and maintained by the Equalization Department are public information, and, as such, may be utilized by the public, including independent fee appraisers and other real estate professionals. Visit the document fee schedule.