As of November 1, 2019, Springfield Township no longer provides assessing service with Township staff. The Township Board has entered into an agreement where Oakland County Equalization shall serve as the Township Assessor of Record. One member of the Township Assessing staff is remaining with the Township and will assist in keeping the change as seamless as possible and providing assistance to property owners. County appraisers may visit your property from time to time rather than employees of the Township. The Township Assessing phone number remains 248-846-6530. Oakland County Equalization staff will be available by phone or by appointment. Oakland County Equalization's number is 248-858-0776

Address:
Oakland County Equalization
250 Elizabeth Lake Rd
Suite 1000 West
Pontiac, MI 48341

Office Hours (Oakland County Equalization):
Monday - Friday 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Phone: (248) 858-0776
Fax: (248) 975-4401
E-mail: equal@oakgov.com

Assessment Appeals

Protests of the value placed on property may be filed with the March Board of Review. The dates of Board of Review are listed on the assessment change notice that is mailed in February and are also published in the Oakland Press newspaper. You may appeal by letter or appear in person. You must call or schedule an appointment to appear in person before the Board of Review which is conducted in early March each year.  To schedule an appointment call Oakland County Equalization at (248) 858-0776. 

March Board of Review


Property Tax Exemptions

All parties wishing to appeal on the basis of FINANCIAL NEED must complete a Property Tax Exemption Application and return it to the Assessing Office. The appeal is for real property taxes and cannot include special assessments. Final determination is made by the Board of Review.

For questions regarding Property Tax Exemptions, please contact Springfield Township at:
(248) 846-6532.

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Principal Residence Exemption - Forms and Guidelines

Exemption from certain portions of property taxes can be granted for your principal residence. You must complete the applicable form (see below) and submit it to the Assessing Department. Some of the forms are fillable, and require Adobe Acrobat Reader, which can be downloaded here.

For additional assistance, contact the State of Michigan Department of Treasury.

Michigan Department of Treasury
Treasury Building
Lansing, MI 48922
1-800-487-7000

Disabled Veterans Property Tax Exemption

Are you a 100% Disabled Veteran?

Click here for Tax Exemption Eligibility Information & Affidavits.

Disabled Veterans Exemption FAQ


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