Access to the following information is provided through the Assessor's Office:
Name of the registered owner of the property at a particular address. Maybe an individual or a business.
A property's tax roll description, assessed value, and SE.V.
City of Holland Plat Book, which contains maps of City parcels. (Note: The City does not have surveys on record.)
The maps give the location of property designated by specific parcel numbers and a diagram of property configuration.
Special assessment questions should be directed to the Treasurer's office. The Treasurer's office accepts payment and has records of whether assessments are due or delinquent. The actual calculation of the dollar amount due for a particular special assessment varies from project to project. This task is provided by various City offices.
The Assessor's office can give some information as to the initial figures on which the assessment was based (front footage, etc.)
The Assessor's office determines assessed value, SE.V, and taxable value of the property for tax abatements. Principal Residence or PRE Exemption Affidavit forms may be filed in the Assessor's Office. The exemption is offered by the State of Michigan on owner-occupied properties.
The Industrial Facilities Tax Exemption was designed to stimulate growth in the industry through tax incentives. It was established in 1974 by the State of Michigan.