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Assessing

Assessing is the method used to determine how much taxpayers will pay in property taxes. Only townships and cities have the authority to assess property. The township assessor's duties include:

  • Maintaining and updating the assessment files and computer records on every property in the township process
  • Annually assessing all real and personal property in the township, following state law and state tax commission guidelines and filing state and county reports and documents as required
  • Reviewing and recording all lot splits and combines, following the laws of the State of Michigan
  • Assisting and advising the township treasurer as needed for preparation of the tax roll


The Assessor is in the office on Thursdays. Please contact her at (586) 727-8998 or email below.
Working with all tax collecting units to ensure the accuracy of total tax collections and settlement between unit

Assessor:         Lisa Griffin - assessor@richmondtwp.org
Assistant:        Chris Wendt - assessor@richmondtwp.org

SALE STUDY: You will find Sale Study from 4/01/2016-2/01/2019  Click on: Sale Study

RICHMOND TOWNSHIP BOARD OF REVIEW SCHEDULE FOR 2019

July 18, 2019
December 12, 2019

 Assessing Applications, click on a document below to print
Change of Address Request
3676-AgRemainQualAg
5107-DisabledVeteransExemptionAffidavit
4640-ConditionalRescissionPRE
2599-QualAggExemptionSchoolOperatingTaxes
3677-NoticeIntentToRescindQualAgPropertyExemption
ParcelDivisionApplication
2019HardshipExemptionApplication
2368-PrincipalResidenceExemption(PRE)Affidavit
2766-PropertyTransferAffidavit
2602-RequestToRescindPrincipalResidenceExemption(PRE)
4660-PrincipalResidenceExemption(PRE)ActiveDutyMilitaryAffidavit