Property Taxes


Make checks payable to Moffatt Township
PO Box 101 Alger, MI 48610  

Send check and bottom bar code portion of the tax bill. The top portion of the tax bill and your canceled check is your receipt. Thanks! Please direct any questions you have to Kevin at 989-836-6873.  DO NOT mail your checks to the clerk’s office!

Summer property taxes will be mailed on June 28, 2024, and are payable beginning July 1, 2024. *Summer property taxes, as well as personal property are due by September 16, 2024, without penalty fees. After September 16, 2024, interest will be calculated and compounded on a monthly basis and will incur a 1% interest charge per month.
**All unpaid property taxes as of March 1, 2025, will immediately be turned over to Arenac County as delinquent for collections without exception. It is the taxpayer’s responsibility to direct the tax bill to their lender escrow company or bank.

Walk-In Hours – New! Now available for your convenience, a Walk-In Drop-Off Box in the foyer.
July 8, 15, 22, 29
August 5, 12, 19, 26
Sept 9 & 16
September 16, 2024, office will be open 9a to 5p.

Lobby Drop Box is open 24/7 for payments. The Treasurer’s office will mail you a receipt.Please note: The township supervisor’s office DOES NOT have access to property tax information for individual property owners or parcels.

You can now pay your delinquent taxes online via Arenac County

Other pertinent information

BS&A Property Tax Search – Moffatt Township (when looking for a property listing, only use street address) – updated Jan 27, 2023
BS&A Help Guide
Application for Deferment of Summer Taxes
Appraised Value vs. Assessed Value – What’s the Difference?
Arenac County Treasurer’s Tax Info
Farmland Exemption Application
Petition to Board of Review
Property Tax and Inflation Information
Property Tax Estimator
Michigan Tax Tribunal

Combining or Splitting Parcels, please complete (1) L-4035 for EACH parcel you wish to combine and be sure to include said parcel number (view sample here). You will also need to complete an ADDITIONAL 4035, with all the pertinent information, but this time leave the parcel # box, EMPTY. A NEW number will be assigned for your combined parcels.

For example, if you wish to combine (4) parcels, you will need to complete (5) L-4035’s. You will also have to complete (1) REQUEST TO SPLIT OR COMBINE PARCELS form, along with (1) PRINCIPAL RESIDENCE EXEMPTION FORM (PRE). For questions, please contact our assessor, Toni Brusch.

State of Michigan Tax Information
Board of Review Questions and Answers regarding July and Dec meetings

The following documents pertain to the transfer of real estate and personal property. Each is accompanied with an instruction sheet.
211.7b Exemption of real property used and owned as homestead by disabled veteran – info and downloadable form
Property Transfer Affidavit – form
Request to Rescind Homeowner’s Principal Residence Exemption – form
Principal Residence Exemption (PRE) Affidavit – form

Mail all completed forms to the Assessor
Toni Brusch – Toni Brusch  PO Box 882 Mio, MI 48647