The City Assessor’s Office is responsible for determining tax value for real and personal property, collecting and analyzing information on sale transactions, and assessing new residential, commercial, and industrial projects. The office maintains records of current ownership, assessed & taxable values, housing characteristics, and market data. The Assessor’s Office is committed to assisting the pubic with information pertaining to property record cards, location of property, maps, taxes, millage rates, sales, etc.
Access property and tax information (BSA): Tax and assessing information services for land and property within the City of Greenville.
Assessing Forms & Applications
Board of Review Form (Available at the Assessing Office)
In the year following a transfer of property the taxable value of the property uncaps and matches the new state equalized/assessed value of the property. This action can result in changes in the annual property taxes. A Property Transfer Affidavit (Form L-4260) must be filed within 45 days of a transfer or a penalty can be imposed.
Homestead Status Changes
Homestead properties receive beneficial tax treatment because they do not pay school operating taxes. A property must be owned and occupied as a principal residence to qualify as a homestead property. A request for homestead exemption must be filed on the Homestead Exemption Affidavit (Form 2368).
Land splits must be approved by the Assessor’s Office to ensure the split does not violate zoning requirements and the Sub-Division Control Ordinance.
Personal Property Statements
Each business must file this form annually. The Assessor’s Office determines the Assessed Value based on the State Tax Commission Depreciation Schedules.
Industrial Facilities Exemption (IFE)
Industrial businesses can apply for tax abatement on new buildings, additions, rehabilitation, and personal property.
The Greenville Building Department is responsible for administering and enforcing all Building Officials and Code Association (BOCA) and city building codes. Our building inspectors ensure that all structures within the City are constructed safely and related property is maintained according to minimum code standards. The mission is carried out through the effective enforcement of codes for Building, Electrical, Mechanical, Plumbing, Property Maintenance and Signs. These standards are used to measure the quality of new construction, the structural integrity of existing structures and sanitary conditions of buildings and exterior property areas.
Building Permit Fees
Please contact the Building Department at 616-754-5647
Building Forms & Applications
411 South Lafayette Street
Greenville, Michigan 48838