10990 Clinton Rd, Manchester, MI 48158
(517) 505-1462 | Fax: (517) 913-6126
Office hours at the Township Hall: Thursdays 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. The Township Hall is located at 10990 Clinton Road, Manchester, MI 48158. The phone number at the Township Hall is (517) 456-7728.
Link to mapping for washtenaw county: http://www.ewashtenaw.org/government/departments/gis/MapWashtenaw_Main.htm
Link for parcel lookup on washtenaw county: http://secure.ewashtenaw.org/ecommerce/property/pStart.do
2019 Personal Property Statement Form L4175
2019 Hardship Application
Petition for March Board of Review
Principle Residence Exemption (PRE) Affidavit Form 2368
Claim for Farmland (Qualified Agricultural) Exemption from Some School Operating Taxes Form 2599
Request to Rescind Principal Residence Exemption (PRE) Form 2602
Request to Rescind Qualified Agricultural Property Exemption Form 2743
Property Transfer Affidavit Form L4260
Conditional Rescission of Principal Residence Exemption Form 4640
Affidavit of Owner of Eligible Personal Property Claiming Exemption from Collection of Taxes Form 5076
State Tax Commission Affidavit for Disabled Veterans Exemption Form 5107
The Assessor is responsible for establishing assessments of taxable property for the equitable distribution of the property tax burden in accordance with Michigan's General Property Tax Act and other applicable statutes. The Assessor’s responsibilities include creating the annual assessment roll, maintaining ownership records and property descriptions for taxing purposes, processing Personal Property Statements and personal property exemption requests, and inspecting existing property and new construction for property tax purposes. Taxable values established by the Assessor annually are used by the Township Treasurer to produce property tax bills for property within the Township.
Townships are assessing units
There are many local governmental units with the authority to levy taxes: townships, villages, cities, school districts, intermediate school districts, community colleges, district libraries, and special taxing authorities, such as downtown development authorities.
However, there are only two governmental units with the authority to assess property: townships and cities. Villages are required to have assessment rolls, but villages do not assess property because all property in a village is within a township, so the village assessments must be identical to those set by the township assessor.
All taxable property within a township must be annually assessed by the township supervisor or other assessor(MCL 211.10) who is certified as qualified by the State Assessors Board (MCL 211.10d).