My taxes are too high, what can I do?
Taxes are determined by applying the Township tax rate to the assessed value of your property. Every property in the Township pays the same tax rate. Property values, however, are unique to each property. To lower your tax exposure, you need to lower the assessed value. In order to appeal, you must file by April 1, and taxes must be current through the first quarter of the year. The Office of the Tax Assessor can help you file your appeal. Contact Tax Assessor.

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1. When are taxes due?
2. Is there a grace period?
3. When will I receive a new tax bill?
4. How can I make payment?
5. How do I change my address?
6. I need to change my mortgage information, what should I do?
7. How do I pay off a lien?
8. My taxes are too high, what can I do?
9. What programs are available to reduce taxes?
10. How are taxes computed?
11. What is the interest rate on late payments?
12. I don’t have a tax bill, why am I charged interest?
13. What is a tax sale? Can I buy property at the tax sale?