Riley Township

Tax & Assessing

Taxes

Taxes Can Be Paid

  • In person during normal business hours at Riley Township Office
  • At Choice One Bank Memphis branch only
  • By mail to PO Box 563 Memphis MI 48041
  • Make check or money order payable to: Riley Township

LATE Taxes Paid after February 28th

Any overdue Taxes paid after February 28th must be PAID DIRECTLY by either mail or in-person to the St. Clair County Treasurer’s Office located at: 200 Grand River, Suite #101 Port Huron MI 48060


St. Clair County Treasurer websit

Assessing

  • Special Assessments:
    • Fire protection: 0.3 Mills (Summer tax bill)
    • Trash Collection: $172.20 (Winter tax bill)

St. Clair County Assessor website

Steven Coucke, Assessor

Email: assessor@rileytownship.com

Assessing Office Hours:

Monday: 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Wednesday: 9:00 am – 12:00 pm

Board of Review

  • Board of Review examines and reviews the assessment roll for the current year as prepared by the assessor. And endorses the completed assessment roll.
  • A resident appearing 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 finding facts and State law. The board may either raise, lower or affirm the property assessment.
  • The assessor prepares property assessments and mails notices to all property owners within the township. Taxpayers should review their assessment when its received and may make a protest and appeal to the Board of Review.
  • All applicants appearing before the Board of Review are advised to bring any information that helps to prove claims of over-assessment, including appraisals, listings of comparable sales and photographs.
  • Taxpayers can protest their assessment at the March review meeting either in writing or by making an appointment to appear. Meeting notices are 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 are held for Clerical errors, mutual mistakes of fact, or other specific errors relative to the correct assessment of property.

Michigan State Tax Commission Boards of Review