Northfield Township Assessing Department
The Assessing Department is responsible for accurately identifying and determining the value of all taxable real and personal property located within Northfield Township for the purpose of taxation. To accomplish this assignment, we collect and maintain accurate ownership records, legal descriptions, land and building information, parcel and related maps, sales and other transfers of property. Most of this information is readily accessible to the public on-line. Click here to search your personal assessment information.
| MapWashtenaw provides access to the latest parcel maps and property data available from Washtenaw County through an interactive map viewer. The viewer shows a variety of property data for the entire county including parcels, aerial photos, topography, schools, and natural features.
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Poverty Exemption Application
Michigan Property Exemption Statutes allow an Exemption form Property tax in whole or in part, for the Principal Residence of a Property persons who in the judgement of the Board of Review are unable to contribute to the public charges.
An owner with a principal residence exemption may request a poverty exemption at the March, July, or December meetings of the Board of Review. The exemption if granted is only for that one specific year.
The exemption is based on household income added for all persons that reside at the property. The exemption can be granted by the Board of Review under the Northfield Township Poverty Exemption Resolution.
The Poverty Guidelines and Application are available with the other forms on this site please see the link below.
Visit our Board of Review Page for information on Poverty Exemption Guidelines and Applications
Personal Property Taxes
MCL 211.19 states that all businesses must complete and file a personal property statement form 632 (L-4175) to the City or Township where the personal property is located on or before February 20th of each year. Personal property includes machinery, equipment, computers, furniture, signs, etc. used by the business.
Recent change in personal property taxation may exempt certain personal property owners from property tax. The change created two possible ways to receive the exemption both require filing form 5076, each of the two possible exemptions listed below.
Situation “A”) If the combined total personal property under their CONTROL (possession) different from OWNED is less than 80,000. The business owner is required to file an affidavit form number 5076 to claim exemption from property tax. This is a onetime filing, and the exemption remains until the owner files an affidavit rescinding the exemption.
Situation “B”) NEW - Beginning with the 2023 filing season, for personal property owners, if the combined total value of personal property under their CONTROL (possession) different from OWNED is GREATER than 80,000 AND is less than 180,000 the business owner may ANNUALLY file an affidavit form number 5076 AND form number 632 (L-4175) Personal Property Statement to claim exemption from property tax for that year. This exemption requires an annual filing of both forms.
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For detailed assessment information, Contract Assessors from Assessment Administration Services, LLC will be available in the office on the following days:
General Assessing Inquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org
Thomas Monchak - Typically Tuesdays and Fridays
Northfield Township Assessor
Phone: (734) 449-2880 ext 118
Fax: (734) 449-0123
Deputy Assessor - VACANT
Phone: (734) 449-2880 ext. 119
Fax: (734) 449-0123