Assessing

Assessing Department COVID-19 Operation Plan & Contact Information

At this time copies of all documents are being accepted by the Assessing Department via email. Please email copies of address changes, property transfers, principal residence exemptions, rescind forms, etc. to assessing@pittsfield-mi.gov. Please know that the Assessing Department will be monitoring emails, and you will receive a response within one business day.Original forms are still required to be on file. Original forms may be mailed to Pittsfield Township, Attention: Assessing, 6201 W. Michigan Avenue, Ann Arbor, MI 48108. The original forms may be placed in the "payment" slot located on the southside of the Administrative Building. Or forms may be placed in the Assessing dropbox which is on the counter in the Administration Building, located at 6201 W. Michigan Avenue The box is indicated with a sign that reads "Assessing Forms".

Please keep copies of all documents submitted.

If you need to speak directly to the Assessing staff, please contact us at 734 822-3115. We are encouraging in-person meetings to be held by appointment only, for COVID-19 social distancing purposes.


The Department of Assessing is responsible for property valuation in Pittsfield Township. The General Property Tax Act (Act 206 of 1893) requires us to assess at 50% of true cash value all assessable property as of December 31 of each year. This includes agricultural, commercial, industrial, residential, developmental, and personal (machinery, equipment, furniture, fixtures, and signs used by private businesses) property classes.

Assessments are done by undertaking a review of the physical description of the property and/or improvement(s), real estate sales data, construction costs, rental income information, operating expenses, interest rates, and any and all other factors that may affect value.

Resources

Residents should contact the Department of Assessing for assistance with: