Tax Bill Estimator & Millage Rates

Tax Bill Estimator

That State of Michigan Department of Treasury Millage Rate database and Property Tax Estimator allows individual and business taxpayers to estimate their current property taxes as well as compare their property taxes and millage rates with other local units throughout Michigan. 

You will need to know the following information about your property:

  • Taxable Value or SEV
  • County
  • City, Village, or Township
  • School District

Millage Rates

What is a Millage Rate

A millage rate is the tax rate used to calculate local property taxes. The millage rate represents the amount per every $1,000 of a property’s Assessed Value. Assigned millage rates are multiplied by the total taxable value of the property in order to arrive at the property taxes. 

Where Millage Rates Come From

Millage depends, in part, on the level of services that the property uses from the town or municipality. Each public service charges a certain amount of tax millage to property owners for the use of their services.

Several taxing authorities—each with millage rates—combine their rates to calculate the total tax liability of a property. These entities include counties, municipalities, emergency services districts, community colleges, and school boards.

Most Millage increases are voted on by the public and cannot be implemented without  majority vote.

2019 City of Holland Tax Rates

Summer MillageWinter MillageTotal Millage
Allegan - Hamilton PRE34.85333.730938.5842
Allegan - Hamilton Non PRE
43.853312.730956.5842
Allegan - Holland PRE42.07741.480943.5583
Allegan - Holland Non PRE59.62111.480961.1020
Ottawa - Holland PRE41.43671.544942.9816
Ottawa - Holland Non PRE58.98041.544960.5253
Ottawa - Holland PRE DDA43.04011.544944.5850
Ottawa - Holland Non PRE DDA60.58381.544962.1287


*There is also a 1% Administrative Fee on both Summer and Winter Tax Bills