The City Assessor ensures the accurate and timely appraisal and assessment of real and personal property as required and permitted by the general property tax laws and constitution of the State of Michigan, the City Charter and Code of Ordinances.
The City Assessor is appointed by the City Manager. The City Assessor establishes property valuations, prepares, certifies and maintains assessment rolls and special assessment rolls.
The City Assessor is a part-time employee with office hours of 1:00 pm to 4:30 pm each Wednesday. He is not necessarily in the office each day; he may be working in the field measuring and appraising property.
Residents and business owners are encouraged to call (616) 696-1330 x 102 – or email him firstname.lastname@example.org to set up an appointment to ensure his availability to meet and address any questions or concerns.
- Assessing Terms
- Property Characteristics
- Property Transfer
- Land Division
- Board of Review
- Personal Property
- Public Act 660 of 2018
Assessing, Utility Billing and Tax Information
Search the City of Cedar Springs Database to view assessment, structural, and tax information for a selected address or parcel.
Property Tax Estimator Tool
Are you considering purchasing a home in Cedar Springs and would like to estimate your property taxes? The State of Michigan’s Property Tax Estimator is a great tool to use.