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Combination/Division of Property Forms:

Request for Combination Division of Property for the 2015 Roll Year


2014 Application for Poverty Exemption:

Poverty Exemption Guidelines and Application

Assessments Fee Schedule



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The Assessor's Office is responsible for identifying and valuing all taxable real and personal property within the City of Flint. We annually produce the ad valorem real and personal property assessment rolls,  the specific assessment roll, and the property  tax rolls in accordance with Michigan's  General Property Tax Laws.

A Message from the Assessor

As Assessor of the City of Flint, I would like to welcome you to our website and offer you the opportunity to browse the pages for information relating to some of the functions of the Assessment Division.  Our office supports a staff of six Appraisers, an Abstract Clerk , and a Clerk Typist. These employees are supervised by the Assessment Supervisor, the Deputy Assessor and myself. We are committed to the support and enhancement of the physical, economic and social well-being of Flint citizens. By providing equitable assessments and accurate property data, we intend to secure and strengthen the fiscal resources of Flint's government.  

There are approximately 58,000 real property parcels and about 2,800 personal property parcels. The total 2009 taxable value of these properties is approximately $1,505,600,000 and generates annual revenues for funding the local schools and public services. I hope you will find the information provided by our website to be helpful in improving your understanding of the government that serves you.

William E. Fowler, Assessor City of Flint


Phone: (810)
Fax: (810)
2nd Floor City Hall

Business Hours:

Monday - 8AM to 5PM
Tuesday - Closed
Wednesday - 8AM to 5PM
Thursday - Closed
Friday - 8AM to 5PM

City of Flint
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