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Below is a list of common dates for tax-related events and deadlines that occur throughout the year. These dates remain relatively constant from year to year; however, you may want to check this page periodically for changes or additions.
December 31 - Commonly known as "Tax Day". The status of a property on Tax Day determines the following year's value of and on that property.
First Week of January - Annual personal property statements mailed to businesses.
February 1 - Annual personal property statements due.
February 20 - Annual personal property statements due.
February 20 - State deadline for filing annual personal property statements.
February 28 - Previous year's winter taxes due without penalty.
Last Week of February - Annual assessment change notices mailed.
March 1 - Delinquent real property taxes turned over to Macomb County Treasurer for collection.
3rd Monday and Tuesday of March - Board of Review meets to hear property owners appeal their current values or property classifications. When the Board adjourns, it certifies the assessment roll, setting the values for the current year's summer and winter tax rolls.
June 1 - Deadline for filing homestead affidavits (must own and occupy as residence on June 1 to be eligible).
June 30 - Deadline for filing valuation or exemption appeal with Michigan Tax Tribunal (must first appeal to local Board of Review in March).
June 30 - Deadline for filing classification appeal with the State Tax Commission (must first appeal to the local Board of Review in March).
July 1 - Current year's summer tax bills mailed.
3rd Tuesday of July - Board of Review meets to correct clerical errors, mutual mistakes, homesteads, and poverty exemptions as verified by the City Assessor.
September 15 - Current year's summer taxes due without penalty; deadline for filing summer tax deferment at City Treasurer's Office.
December 1 - Current year's winter tax bills mailed.
2nd Tuesday of December - Board of Review meets to correct clerical errors, mutual mistakes, homesteads, and poverty exemptions as verified by the City Assessor.