How can I obtain Information for properties in Holland?

Most property information is public, meaning anyone may look at any property records they choose. Basic assessment and tax information of taxable properties located within the City of Holland is available on the City of Holland website, via phone, or by stopping in to our offices at City Hall.


The suggested and most frequently used source of answering general property questions is our website. It is perhaps the most efficient data source available. It can be used to look up property assessments, tax information, property owner details, land information, building details, sales information and comparables.


For assistance during office hours of Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Regarding property valuation/assessment information, contact the Assessor's Office at 616-355-1350. Regarding tax billing, contact the Treasurer's Office at 616-355-1380.


Our offices are located at City Hall on the 1st floor. The address is:
270 S River Avenue
Holland, MI 49423

The Assessor's Office is located on the north side of the building. The Treasurer's Office is located on the south side of the building

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1. How can I obtain Information for properties in Holland?
2. When are tax bills sent out and when are they due?
3. How is my tax bill calculated?
4. What if I cannot pay my entire tax bill by the due date?
5. What type of payments do you accept for paying my taxes?
6. What is the process if I decide to pay my tax bill using my credit card?
7. How do I change my mailing address?
8. What is a Principal Residence Exemption (PRE)?
9. How do I apply for a Principal Residence Exemption?
10. What is my tax bill savings having a Principal Residence Exemption?
11. When do I need to Rescind my Principal Residence Exemption (PRE)?
12. I believe my Assessed Value is too High. What can I do to get my Assessed Value reviewed?
13. What is True Cash Value (TCV), Assessed Value (AV), State Equalized Value (SEV), and taxable Value (TV)?
14. Why is my Taxable Value, and thus my taxes, more than the previous owner had paid? What is Uncapping?