A split of a parcel or tract of land requires the approval of the Charter Township of Kalamazoo before a sale of a portion of the parcel occurs. This approval requires compliance with the Land Division Act (Public Act 591 of 1996), compliance with the Charter township of Kalamazoo Zoning Ordinance, and full payment of … Continued
Document Types: Assessing Forms
This form is to notify the Township Assessor that a combination of properties is desired. There is no fee to complete and submit this form. You must provide a legal description that combines all un-platted parcels with this application, as the Assessor’s office cannot write legal descriptions.
This form must be filed when there is a transfer of real property (even if you are not recording a deed).
Exemption for qualifying religious, library, benevolent, charitable, educational or scientific institution properties. To request a property tax exemption you must file this application, along with copies of documents listed in the application on page five (5). The application must be received by the Assessor’s Office no later than February 15th of the year in which … Continued
Reminders An application for tax reduction is only valid for the year you apply. You must reapply each year. Please be sure to include proof of income and assets for each person who resides in your household. Decisions of the Board of Review may be appealed in writing to the Michigan Tax Tribunal within 35 days of the … Continued
Description This form is to be used by a disabled veteran who was discharged from the armed forces of United States under honorable conditions or his or her un-remarried surviving spouse. Certification from the US Department of Veterans Affairs is required. Application Process All disabled veterans (or the spouse of a disabled veteran) with honorable … Continued
This form allows an owner to retain a PRE while on active duty in the United States Armed Forces if all or any portion of the dwelling is rented or leased, so long as the dwelling otherwise would qualify as the owner’s principal residence.
You are required to rescind a principal residence exemption when you no longer own and occupy the property as your principal residence. The exemption will be removed on December 31 of the year you rescind the exemption.
The Conditional Rescission of Principal Residence Exemption form (PRE) (see forms above), must be filed with the assessor for the township where the property is located on or before June 1 or November 1 of the first year the exemption is claimed. This form must be submitted to the assessor annually on or before December … Continued