The Assessing Department is responsible for the following:

Determining the Value of Properties in the City of Plymouth

The Assessor determines the value of all real and personal property in the City every year.

Adjusting Property Value

Assessments may change based on factors such as an addition to a structure, damage by fire, etc. Property owners are responsible for reporting any changes that  affect values.

Providing Assessing Information to Property Owners

Property owners may inquire about their assessments and attend a Board of Review to request a change. By state law, all property is required to be assessed at 50% of the true cash value as of December 31. Tax bills are determined by multiplying your taxable value (not assessed value) by the local millage rates.

Notice Regarding Online Assessment Information

The information contained herein reflects the information contained in the City's computer files as of its last update. The City of Plymouth does not make any representations as to the accuracy, completeness, or timeliness of this information, and shall not be liable for any loss caused by reliance upon it. We advise that portions of it may be incorrect or not current. Errors or omissions shall not affect actual taxes or special assessments that are due and payable. Reliance upon any information obtained from this system is done at your own risk.

For online assessing information, please click here.

    Contact Us

    Jennifer Stamper

    Sara Gilo
    Assessing Technician

    201 S. Main
    Plymouth, MI 48170

    Phone: 734-453-1234 x252
    Fax:     734-459-5716
    All inquiries will be responded to no later than by the end of the next "in-office" day. 

    Hours: 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
    Tuesday and Thursday

    Public Act 660 of 2018,
    Property Assessing Reform

    Assessing records may be
    accessed at City Hall
    8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
    Monday through Friday

    For online assessing information, click here.