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Important Assessment & Tax Dates

City of Holland Michigan Official Website

The following is a calandar of important dates both in assessing and regarding taxes.

Important Assessment & Tax Dates

February 1: Deadline for filing qualified personal property (L-4143) w/assessor

February 10: Deadline for filing personal property affidavits (L-5076)

February 14: Last day to pay winter taxes without penalty

February 18: Deadline for county equalization to post tentative equalization ratios & est. SEV multipliers

February 20: Deadline for filing personal property statements

No less than 14 days prior to MBOR: Notices of assessment change sent out

Tues. following 2nd Mon. in March: MBOR begins, in Holland appeals heard that day and rest of week at least.

Wed. following 1st Mon. in April: Assessment roll with BOR certification due to county equalization

May 31: Deadline for submission of MTT appeals for commercial or industrial real, commercial or industrial personal, or utility personal

June 1: Deadline for filing PRE Affidavits (must own and occupy property prior) for summer tax bill; also deadline for filing initial request (1st year) of a conditional rescission of PRE [1]

June 30: Deadline for submission of property classification appeals to STC [2]

July 1: Summer taxes sent out

Tues. following 3rd Mon. in July: July Board of Review (JBOR)

July 31: Deadline for submission of MTT appeals for res real, agricultural real, timber cutover real, or agricultural personal [3]

August 15: Last day to pay summer taxes without penalty

October 31: Deadline for submission of approved Special Acts applications to STC

November 1: Deadline for filing PRE Affidavits (must own and occupy property prior) for winter tax bill

December 1: Winter taxes sent out

Tues. following 2nd Mon. in December: December Board of Review (DBOR)

December 31: Tax day; also deadline for owner claiming conditional rescission to file verification (4640)

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[1] Must verify every year on Dec. 31 up to 3 years

[2] Must have appealed to MBOR

[3] Must have appealed to MBOR