Winter 2023 Tax Information
Payment should be made at or mailed to: City of Holland Office of the City Treasurer — City Hall 270 S. River Avenue Holland, Michigan 49423-3299
Payment by check or money order: Make payable to: City of Holland. Please do not send cash through the mail.
NOTE – if initiating payment utilizing ON-LINE banking through your financial institution, allow 2-3 weeks for delivery of your check to the city.
Payment by credit card: On-line @ www.cityofholland.com, choose “Property and Tax”
At City Hall – Treasurer’s Office, 270 South River Avenue Holland
NOTE - If paying by credit card, a 3% convenience fee will be added to your tax payment by the processing company. If paying by E-Check, a $1.50 convenience fee will be added to your tax payment by the processing company for taxes under $10,000.00, and a $10.00 convenience fee will be added to your tax payment by the processing company for taxes over $10,000.00.
To avoid the mandated penalty, pay by February 14, 2024.
If you mail your tax payment and desire a receipt, send your payment along with the entire tax bill and a stamped self-addressed envelope. Otherwise, send your payment along with just the top portion of the bill.
This is the only property tax statement provided for this parcel. As the deed-holder of this property, you are responsible for timely payment. If you escrow your property taxes as part of your mortgage payment, it is your responsibility to be in contact with your escrow agent concerning this payment.
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION BY TELEPHONE (Monday thru Friday, 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.)
- Property Taxes: Contact the City Treasurer’s Office, (616) 355-1380.
- Property Assessments and Valuations: Contact the City Property Assessing Office at (616) 355-1350.
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION BY WEB – INTERNET
www.cityofholland.com, choose “Property and Tax”
PLEASE CHECK THE PROPERTY/PARCEL ID NUMBER/ADDRESS BEFORE PAYING TAX BILL. The treasurer is not responsible for payment of incorrect property/parcel.
PROPERTY ADMINISTRATION FEE
As authorized by Michigan Public Act 503 of 1982, as amended, and City of Holland Ordinance Code 33.2, a one percent (1%) fee is applied to all property taxes and special assessments. The purpose is to offset administrative costs incurred by the City of Holland to properly assess property values, to review and/or litigate assessment appeals, to collect and distribute property taxes, and to pursue delinquent personal property taxes.
RESIDENTIAL PROPERTIES – DEFERRING THE TAX DUE DATE
Under the authority of state statute, certain homestead property taxpayers (primarily senior citizens, disabled and handicapped persons) who meet the statutory provisions may apply for deferral of the summer property tax payment. Application for deferral should be filed with the Office of the City Treasurer prior to February 14, 2024. For extension of the deferment beyond the February 14, 2024, due date, please contact the City Treasurer’s Office, prior to February 14, 2024.
RESIDENTIAL PROPERTIES – TAX EXEMPTIONS
PRINCIPAL RESIDENCE – Michigan Public Act 74 of 1995 provides each homeowner with a local school district operating tax exemption of 18 mills for property legally declared as their principal residence.
HOME REPAIRS – Michigan Public Act 25 of 1978 allows homeowners to repair and maintain their property without increasing the assessed value until the home is sold, thereby avoiding a proportionate increase in the property taxes.
POVERTY – Michigan Statute Section MCL 211.7u provides the availability of homestead property tax exemption for those meeting provisions of the poverty policy, as adopted by the Holland City Council.
DISABLED VETERAN – Michigan Public Act 161 of 2013 provides an exemption for those meeting certain conditions specified in the law. For further details on any of these exemptions, please contact the City's Property Assessing Office at (616) 355-1350.
PROPERTY VALUES The State Equalized Value, Assessed Value and Taxable Value for this property were established on December 31, 2022. Property taxes are calculated on the Taxable Value. The SEV, which approximates 50% of market value, is included for comparative purposes.
TAXING JURISDICTION and FISCAL YEAR
Taxing units, whose jurisdictional boundaries encompass all or part of the City of Holland, levy property taxes as a major source of revenue. Below is the breakdown by unit.
|Taxing Jurisdiction||Date of Property Tax Billing||Fiscal Year of Taxing Jurisdiction|
|City of Holland||July 1||July 1 thru June 30|
|Herrick District Library||July 1||July 1 thru June 30|
|Holland Public Schools||July 1||July 1 thru June 30|
|Hamilton Community Schools||July 1 and December 1||July 1 thru June 30|
|Zeeland Public Schools||December 1||July 1 thru June 30|
|State of Michigan||Correlates to Specific School District||October 1 thru September 30|
|Ottawa Area Intermediate Schools||July 1||July 1 thru June 30|
|Holland Area Comm Pool Authority||July 1||July 1 thru June 30|
|MAX Transporation Authority||July 1||October 1 thru September 30|
|West MI Airport Authority||July 1||July 1 thru June 30|
|County of Allegan||July 1 and December 1||January 1 thru December 31|
|County of Ottawa||July 1 and December 1||October 1 thru September 30|