Board of Review
13042 BELLE RIVER ROAD
RILEY, MI 48041
RILEY TOWNSHIP BOARD OF REVIEW VIRTUAL MEETING SCHEDULE
Riley Township’s March Board of Review will be conducted virtually via ZOOM Conferencing on March 2nd, 8th, and 10th, 2021. They will organize and review assessments on March 2nd at 9:00 a.m. They will meet to hear protests from aggrieved property owners BY VIRTUAL APPOINTMENT ONLY on March 8th, 2021 from 3:30-9:30 pm and March 10th, 2021 from 9:00 a.m.-12:00 pm and 12:30-3:30 pm. (Please call 810-392-2326 to schedule an appointment.)
The Board of Review will meet as many more days as deemed necessary to hear questions, protests, and to equalize the 2021 assessments. According to Riley Township Board resolution, residents are able to protest by letter, provided that the protest letter is received prior to March 10th, 2021.
The tentative ratios and the estimated multipliers for each class of real property and personal property for 2021 are as follows:
Tentative Ratio Tentative Factor
Agricultural 45.97 1.0876
Commercial 49.78 1.0441
Industrial 49.48 1.0105
Residential 46.26 1.0808
Personal Property 50.00 1.00000
American with Disabilities (ADA) Notice
The township will provide necessary reasonable services to individuals with disabilities at the Board of Review meetings upon ten (10) days notice. Contact the township office at 810-392-2326.
Al Titus, Secretary
Board of Review
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The Board of Review examines and reviews the assessment roll for the current year as prepared by the assessor. It hears taxpayers appeals and endorses the completed assessment roll.
A resident who appears before the Board of Review questions the decision of the assessor and it is the Board of Reviews’ responsibility to make a decision based on the facts and on law. The board can raise, lower or affirm assessments.
The Board of Review hears taxpayer appeals after the assessor has prepared the assessments and mailed notices to all property owners. Taxpayers should review their assessment when received and if they are not satisfied, they can protest to the board.
All review applicants appearing before the Board of Review are advised to bring any information which helps to prove claims of over-assessment, including appraisals, listings of comparable sales and photographs.
Taxpayers can protest their assessment at the March review meetings either in writing or by making an appointment to appear. The meeting notice will be published in the North Macomb Voice Newspaper, and on the township website.
March Board of Review is held to protest current assessments.
July and December Board of Review is held for Clerical errors or mutual mistakes of fact or other specific errors relative to the correct assessment of property.