March Board of Review Dates 2017
March 13 from 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
March 14 from 1 p.m. - 9 p.m.
March 17 from 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
An Assessor's Review will be held during regular business hours, 9:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M., beginning the first Monday in March through the close of the March Board of Review. Assessing personnel will be available to explain and discuss how assessments, property classifications and homestead percentages were developed and answer any other assessing related questions.
Denial of Exemption
The denial of an exemption from the 18 mills of local school operating tax for "qualified agricultural properties" may be appealed to the local Board of Review. The denial of an exemption from the same 18 mills for "homeowner's principal residence properties" may be appealed to the Michigan Department of Treasury.
March Protest Important To Protect Rights
Protest at the March Board of Review is necessary to protect your right to further appeals to the Michigan Tax Tribunal for valuation and exemption appeals and/or State Tax Commission for classification appeals.
Application of Appeal and Scheduling
If you wish to appear before the March Board of Review, an Application of Appeal must be completed in the Assessing Department prior to the first meeting of the Board of Review. A petition number, date and time for appeal will be assigned as soon as the application is completed. Please refer to the Parcel Identification Number so your records can be quickly located. It is advisable to discuss any assessment related questions with the Assessing Department prior to appearing before the Board of Review. Scheduled appointments are required in order to serve all taxpayers timely and orderly.
The March Board of Review Organizational Meeting will be held at the Taylor Municipal Office on Tuesday following the first Monday in March.
Assessment Change Notice
You will receive your Assessment Change Notice sometime in mid February. The dates of the March Board of Review will be on the notice with information on appealing.
General Requirements: All meetings are open to the public, pursuant to Act No. 266 of the Public Acts of 1976. Also, a resident taxpayer must appear in person or be represented by an authorized representative. A non-resident taxpayer may file a protest in writing and shall not be required to make a personal appearance. All written protests must be physically received by the board of review prior to the close of the board.