Flint property owners will receive their annual Assessment Change Notices in the mail this week. The City of Flint Assessor’s Office encourages owners to review these notices carefully. Poverty/hardship exemptions, and veterans’ exemptions must be received by the Assessor by Tuesday, March 14 at 4:30 p.m.
To appeal the assessed value of your property, a property owner must either meet with the Board of Review or submit a notarized letter with original signatures and all supporting documentation by March 14 at 4:30 pm.
To schedule an appointment to meet with the Board of Review or ask questions regarding an Assessment Change Notice, property owners can call the Assessor’s Office at 810-766-7255. The Board of Review will meet on the following dates and times for the purpose of hearing protests for assessed values and the review of poverty/hardship and veterans’ exemption applications:
Board of Review meetings will take place in the Flint City Council Chambers, located on the third floor of Flint City Hall, 1101 S. Saginaw St. Flint, MI 48502.
The 2023 Hardship Exemption Application is available on the City of Flint website.
What is an Assessment Change Notice?
Each year, Flint property owners receive a notice indicating changes in the assessed value and the taxable value of their property, as well as the exemption, classification, and transfer information. The assessed value represents 50% of the estimated market value of a property, and the taxable value indicates how much of that value the owner will pay taxes on.
Property owners can view the How to Read Your Assessment Change Notice resource for more information.