Dearborn Heights, Michigan 48127
Telephone: 313-791-3460 Fax: 313-791-3461
Office hours: Mon.Thurs. 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
2014 Notice of Assessments
Please note the following statement was incorrectly printed on the notices:
"The change in taxable value will increase/decrease your tax bill for this year by approximately: $0.00"
2014 Millage Rates have not been approved, so the dollar change for your tax bill could not be calculated at this time.
CLICK HERE TO CHECK ONLINE PROPERTY INFORMATION
Click here for information regarding the important change to
Personal Property Tax Law beginning in 2014
|Mission: Our Mission is to provide the property owners of the City of Dearborn Heights with fair and equitable assessments in a manner that complies with the constitution and laws of the State of Michigan and the Charter of the City of Dearborn Heights.|
Informational link for Department of Treasury provides quick and easy access to many on-line forms. Property Transfer Affidavit (Form L-4260), Principal Residence Exemption (Form 2368), Personal Property Statements (Form L-4175-tax yr.); refer to Treasury's website for a complete list of the forms available.
2013 Property Sale Information - (10-1-2011 to 09-30-2012)
As you maybe aware, Michigan disabled veterans are now eligible for full property tax exemption following the signing of P.A. 161 by the Governor. As we move forward with the implementation of this exemption, we are looking to get the word out to all disabled veterans. Please see the Disabled Veterans Exemption Affidavit link below which is required to be filed annually with the local assessor along with a yearly letter (sample link below) from the Department of Veterans Affairs addressing the veterans type and percentage of disability, receipt of pecuniary assistance for specially adapted housing or declaring an individual unemployable.
- Form 5107, STC Affidavit - Draft 120213
- Sample VA Veterans Letter
- Disabled Veterans Exemption Eligibility Requirements
Please note that as part of this new legislation, it is retroactive to include the 2013 tax year, so it is imperative that the affidavit is submitted to the local assessor prior to December 10, 2013 to be eligible for the 2013 year.
Frequently Asked Questions
|How to Understand Your Assessment Change Notice|
|Explanation of Assessor's Duties and Responsibilities|
|Explanation of Capped Value|