Michigan property values remain dramatically below 2008 levels

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Redford saw property values fall by more than half between 2008 and 2016, taking a huge bite from tax revenues. More than 1,200 Michigan cities and townships have seen values remain below 2008 levels.

Property value increases remain elusive

In most communities in Michigan, the value of all property -- residential, commercial, agricultural and industrial -- remains below 2008. Only a few communities have seen residential values climb above 2008 while agricultural communities saw bigger increases. Click on a municipality to see how values changed.

Source: Michigan Department of Treasury

The numbers are staggering: Between 2008 and 2016, Flint lost more than three-quarters of its taxable value. Detroit, now the state’s second largest city in terms of property value, saw its value plummet by $7 billion, losing nearly 60 percent of its 2008 value.

More coverage: A tale of two cities: Ann Arbor outpaces Detroit real estate values

It’s not just those two cities that remain dramatically below 2008 values. It’s also Muskegon Heights and Saginaw. Pontiac and Albion. Taylor and Southfield. And more than two dozen other communities.

While property values have yet to recover across most of Michigan, more than 1.4 million people – one in seven residents – live in communities where property values are less than half of where they were at the beginning of the recession.

Those declines have gutted property tax collections and affected what cities can offer citizens in security and amenities, limiting the qualities that make these communities attractive to newcomers. It’s also prompted some communities to raise property taxes even higher – further diminishing desirability.

And because Michigan restricts how quickly increases in property values can trigger increases in taxable value, a Michigan law that irritates municipal leaders and their advocates, the financial effects could linger for decades.  

A Bridge/Crain’s project

This week’s articles on changes in local property values since 2008 are part of an occasional series of news collaborations between Bridge Magazine and Crain’s Detroit Business. Come back Thursday for a closer look at home values across Michigan.

Can these cities suffering the steepest declines ever recover?

“Under the current structure, no,” said Tony Minghine, associate executive director and chief operating officer of the Michigan Municipal League, an association for townships, villages and cities. The municipal league has long advocated for changes in how the state funds municipalities.

For this report, Bridge Magazine and Crain’s Detroit Business analyzed the annual property value assessments, compiled by the state treasury, for all municipalities in the state from 2008 to 2016. It adjusted the past values for inflation and focused on real property, comprised mainly of residential, commercial, industrial and agricultural property.

The data show that industrial property fell the furthest overall, losing 40 percent of its 2008 value. Meanwhile, residential property, by far the largest class of property comprising 75 percent of all value, fell 21 percent. Only agricultural land was worth more in 2016 than it was, adjusted for inflation, in 2008. Commercial property is still 24 percent below 2008.

Municipal meat and potatoes

Many communities across Michigan faced the same daunting problem: As property values plummeted after the housing bubble popped and the recession deepened, property revenues that fund city services likewise fell. Municipal employees took pay cuts and furloughs, and paid more for their health benefits.

Certainly, not every city or township is suffering; some have seen home prices rebound and overall property values begin to climb. And yet, only 183 municipalities in the state have seen overall property values exceed 2008 levels, when adjusted for inflation. Most are small towns with fewer than 2,000 residents. All told, just under 400,000 people live in these 183 communities.

For the remaining 9.5 million people living in Michigan, the value of all property –  residential, commercial, industrial and agricultural – has fallen from 2008, in many cases markedly.

And for leaders in those communities, the fall in property and taxes has meant tough choices.

“The quality-of-life programs (were) unfortunately one of the first things that got cut,” said Tracey Schultz Kobylarz, supervisor of Redford Township, a community of 47,000 residents in western Wayne County. It lost more than 62 percent of its 2008 tax base, or more than $1.1 billion. At one point the township had a deficit of $10.2 million.

Those things that can create community and a sense of place were the first to go, or get changed: the holiday parade, the art in the park. Maybe a city mowed the parks or swept the streets less frequently; perhaps flowers didn’t get planted in the boulevard.

What remained: the basics of police and fire protection.

In Redford Township, the town’s parks department once had 15 employees; now it has three. Its ice rink is leased to a private company and public events in town – like holiday celebrations – require the generosity of local businesses that underwrite them.

Only a handful of communities saw the taxable value of real property –  residential, commercial, industrial and agricultural –  increase from 2008 when adjusted for inflation. More typical were double-digit drops in value.

Biggest gainers, municipalities over 10,000*

Rank Municipality Increase
since
2008
1 Marquette 22.8%
2 Traverse City 15.9%
3 Allendale Township
(Ottawa Co.)
11.5%
4 Lyon Township
(Oakland Co.)
11.3%
5 East Grand Rapids 10.1%
6 Texas Township
(Kalamazoo Co.)
5.9%
7 Escanaba 1.8%

*Only seven communities with 10,000 or more residents gained value

Biggest losers, municipalities over 10,000

Rank Municipality Decrease
since
2008
1 Flint -76.5%
2 Pontiac -73.1%
3 Hazel Park -71.6%
4 Harper Woods -71.4%
5 Inkster -68.1%
6 Eastpointe -64.5%
7 Redford Township
(Wayne Co.)
-62.5%
8 Detroit -59.5%
9 Oak Park -58.2%
10 Roseville -56.0%

Source: Bridge and Crain’s analysis of Michigan municipal assessment data compiled by the state treasury department.

Township employees pay more for less health coverage and haven’t seen much in the way of raises in eight years.

“We immediately readjusted what we do here,” Schultz Kobylarz said. “We knew that if we didn’t change the way we were doing things, we wouldn’t be able to turn the lights on in three years.”

At the same time property values were falling, the state had been cutting back on municipalities’ share of state sales taxes –  known as revenue sharing. The Michigan Municipal League estimates that Redford Township received $15.5 million less in state revenue sharing between 2008 and 2015 than what was anticipated, cuts that occurred under both Democratic and Republican governors.

While making its own cuts, Redford officials also asked voters for more money to help with public safety. They approved a special assessment property tax – but that raised the township’s overall millage rate, including Wayne County’s 9.1 mills, to nearly 35 mills (that’s $35 for every $1,000 in assessed valuation).

That’s one of the highest rates in the state; for a home with a market value of $100,000, property taxes would amount to $1,750. For comparison, in Brownstown Township southeast of Redford, it’s 22.3 mills; in Livonia it’s 23 mills; Canton 20 mills.

Schultz Kobylarz, who said the township needed the additional money, said she also knows those higher taxes come with a cost: “You can’t tax your way out of a broken system.”

And broken, she said, it is. “It’s 100 percent broken.”

Many agree, and point to a much larger and infamous example of government failure as Exhibit A. Financial woes in Flint, which lost 76 percent of property values between 2008 and 2016, lead a succession of state-appointed emergency managers to make the fateful decision to switch water systems without properly treating the new water to prevent lead poisoning.

Haves and have-nots

Robert Kleine is a former state treasurer who worked for former Democratic Gov. Jennifer Granholm. He’s now the interim director of the MSU Extension Center for Local Government and Finance, which helps municipalities with financial planning.

“There are winners,” Kleine said, referring to standout communities like Ann Arbor and Grand Rapids that have seen values substantially recover and are attracting new residents. “But there are too many losers.”

Michigan’s municipal finance structure is so wobbly that those cities that have seen the steepest decline in property taxes, absent a substantial recovery in revenue sharing, are in serious trouble.

Tracey Schultz Kobylarz, supervisor of Redford Township, has dealt with falling property taxes as the Detroit suburb was forced to trim staff, cut pay and benefits and eliminate township services.

“The only way the system we know can work is robust revenue sharing,” Kleine said. “The system is completely broken without (an increase in) revenue sharing.”

But that would mean finding more money –  read: taxes –  in Lansing with a legislature that just came close to cutting income taxes.

New taxes are often a hard sell. Fewer than two dozen cities have income taxes, and only Detroit has a utility tax (and casino revenues). Voters across the state have approved property tax increases for police, fire and other services, but there are limits as to how much communities can ask for – and in how much voters are willing to approve.

“You have a system where a community has zero ability to recover,” Minghine said.

Without reform, MSU’s Kleine wonders what will happen the next time Americans stop buying cars and homes and TVs, when they again tighten their belts and Michigan is facing rising unemployment and sliding property values.

“Right now we’re in an economic recovery,” Kleine said. “What’s going to happen in the next recession? And it’s going to happen.”    

Database: Has real estate in your town recovered since 2008? 

The value of all real estate in most of Michigan's cities and townships is still below 2008 levels, when adjusted for inflation, the long-lingering result of the Great Recession. Some areas have seen values exceed 2008, including heavily agricultural areas. But despite a rise in property values across Michigan in recent years, far more communities are still down from 2008. Type in a name of a community or county to find it (Statewide data are not available for villages). Note: These are state assessed values, which are one-half of market value. For more detailed information, use our map above.

County Municipality Total assessed 2016 Peak year % change
2008-2016
Washtenaw Ann Arbor $6,385,192,600.00 2008 -0.7
Wayne Detroit $5,433,314,429.00 2008 -60.5
Oakland Troy $5,244,907,820.00 2008 -18.5
Kent Grand Rapids $4,704,296,600.00 2008 -17.2
Macomb Sterling Heights $4,659,209,727.00 2008 -18.9
Oakland Bloomfield Township $4,415,066,190.00 2008 -10.3
Wayne Canton Township $4,163,432,990.00 2008 -14.2
Wayne Livonia $4,161,470,910.00 2008 -26.5
Oakland West Bloomfield Township $3,987,968,310.00 2008 -21.7
Oakland Rochester Hills $3,781,917,670.00 2008 -11.6
Oakland Novi $3,714,798,020.00 2008 -9.1
Macomb Macomb Township $3,676,205,785.00 2008 -10.1
Macomb Shelby Township $3,636,490,225.00 2008 -13.9
Oakland Farmington Hills $3,548,608,550.00 2008 -28.6
Macomb Warren $3,374,781,267.00 2008 -33.8
Macomb Clinton Township $3,035,289,600.00 2008 -22.3
Wayne Dearborn $3,019,318,375.00 2008 -34.3
Oakland Royal Oak $2,730,208,790.00 2008 -14.8
Oakland Birmingham $2,689,646,670.00 2008 -9.2
Oakland Southfield $2,481,509,745.00 2008 -42.6
Oakland Waterford Township $2,424,590,610.00 2008 -29
Wayne Northville Township $2,258,224,717.00 2008 -6.7
Oakland Commerce Township $2,230,560,450.00 2008 -17.3
Multiple Lansing $1,990,349,485.00 2008 -36.7
Washtenaw Pittsfield Township $1,986,270,300.00 2008 -3.6
Kent Wyoming $1,975,621,600.00 2008 -20.5
Kalamazoo Portage $1,899,834,900.00 2008 -11
Wayne Plymouth Township $1,823,986,580.00 2008 -20.7
Wayne Westland $1,795,497,945.00 2008 -37.2
Kent Kentwood $1,790,520,000.00 2008 -17
Oakland Orion Township $1,769,733,610.00 2008 -15.5
Oakland Independence Township $1,769,535,000.00 2008 -17.5
Ingham Meridian Township $1,764,122,100.00 2008 -15.6
Macomb Chesterfield Township $1,720,557,890.00 2008 -20.4
Macomb Saint Clair Shores $1,702,010,100.00 2008 -32.9
Ottawa Georgetown Township $1,701,530,400.00 2008 -4.3
Multiple Midland $1,675,601,329.00 2011 -13.8
Kent Cascade Township $1,497,632,700.00 2008 -3.6
Oakland Oakland Township $1,485,851,750.00 2008 -2.9
Oakland Auburn Hills $1,442,217,450.00 2008 -37.6
Kalamazoo Kalamazoo $1,420,382,720.00 2008 -27.6
Macomb Washington Township $1,401,809,110.00 2008 -12.2
Washtenaw Scio Township $1,357,530,300.00 2008 -20.1
Wayne Dearborn Heights $1,336,994,245.00 2008 -36.4
Genesee Grand Blanc Township $1,318,944,600.00 2008 -19.5
Oakland Southfield Township $1,291,421,920.00 2008 -14.9
Eaton Delta Township $1,289,358,100.00 2008 -19.3
Wayne Taylor $1,275,993,399.00 2008 -41.7
Oakland White Lake Township $1,269,271,610.00 2008 -19.9
Kent Plainfield Township $1,257,932,600.00 2008 -6.7
Washtenaw Ypsilanti Township $1,249,304,850.00 2008 -32.5
Ottawa Park Township $1,218,473,800.00 2008 -7.6
Livingston Genoa Township $1,205,501,300.00 2008 -17.5
Saginaw Saginaw Township $1,204,876,700.00 2008 -24.5
Ottawa Holland Township $1,184,424,200.00 2008 -13.1
Oakland Lyon Township $1,154,512,950.00 2016 1.9
Berrien Lake Township $1,141,699,400.00 2016 19
Livingston Brighton Township $1,132,369,000.00 2008 -9.9
Calhoun Battle Creek $1,129,961,639.00 2009 -27.8
Livingston Hamburg Township $1,129,893,881.00 2008 -14.9
Multiple Holland $1,106,450,200.00 2008 -10.8
Monroe Bedford Township $1,074,050,500.00 2008 -17.1
Monroe Frenchtown Township $1,071,264,700.00 2008 -24.2
Multiple Traverse City $1,070,184,600.00 2016 -1.1
Kent Grand Rapids Township $1,067,180,500.00 2016 2
Wayne Van Buren Township $1,047,910,300.00 2008 -32.6
Livingston Green Oak Township $1,046,849,500.00 2008 -16
Multiple East Lansing $1,043,698,885.00 2008 -11.7
Wayne Brownstown Township $1,024,174,154.00 2008 -23.7
Kent Byron Township $1,017,819,400.00 2016 2.9
Macomb Harrison Township $1,006,528,110.00 2008 -23.7
Kent Walker $1,001,506,200.00 2008 -9.8
Kent Ada Township $990,144,800.00 2008 -1.6
Oakland Bloomfield Hills $963,616,060.00 2008 -18.4
Monroe Monroe $954,299,930.00 2008 -10.2
Oakland Milford Township $952,718,910.00 2008 -17.3
Berrien Chikaming Township $920,003,900.00 2009 -20.8
Muskegon Norton Shores $908,103,800.00 2008 -19.3
Grand Traverse Garfield Township $902,120,500.00 2009 -19.7
Oakland Oxford Township $899,696,600.00 2008 -18.7
Kalamazoo Texas Township $892,688,550.00 2016 2
Berrien New Buffalo Township $886,386,226.00 2008 -16.1
Macomb Roseville $875,059,578.00 2008 -44.1
Oakland Highland Township $851,750,060.00 2008 -21.7
Grand Traverse Peninsula Township $846,345,800.00 2009 -5
Ottawa Grand Haven Township $842,722,400.00 2009 -8.7
Genesee Fenton Township $842,657,400.00 2008 -18.3
Wayne Grosse Pointe Farms $832,384,938.00 2008 -22.8
Wayne Redford Township $827,575,151.00 2008 -51
Kent Gaines Township $825,899,800.00 2008 -9.3
Kalamazoo Oshtemo Township $825,507,400.00 2008 -11.5
Marquette Marquette $823,393,700.00 2016 9.8
Ottawa Spring Lake Township $818,461,300.00 2008 -7.5
Oakland Rochester $815,657,930.00 2008 -12.1
Genesee Flint Township $809,938,400.00 2008 -40.2
Oakland Madison Heights $805,090,710.00 2008 -40.6
Kent East Grand Rapids $802,859,200.00 2016 13.9
Wayne Romulus $790,367,100.00 2008 -46.7
Wayne Grosse Pointe Woods $778,885,700.00 2008 -23.3
Wayne Allen Park $762,154,118.00 2008 -38.5
Ingham Delhi Township $743,325,150.00 2008 -21.6
Kent Cannon Township $722,688,300.00 2008 -2.4
Livingston Hartland Township $721,425,500.00 2008 -15.1
Berrien Lincoln Township $721,303,800.00 2009 -7.7
Wayne Southgate $691,909,123.00 2008 -39.4
Oakland Springfield Township $689,494,600.00 2008 -17.9
Ottawa Port Sheldon Township $683,208,700.00 2009 -21
Kent Caledonia Township $679,366,000.00 2008 -2
Kent Grandville $668,593,200.00 2008 -16
Genesee Flint $668,248,900.00 2008 -63.1
Washtenaw Superior Township $655,679,800.00 2008 -14.6
Oakland Pontiac $652,990,270.00 2008 -65.5
Oakland Ferndale $648,409,190.00 2008 -30
Oakland Wixom $647,495,670.00 2008 -27.9
Wayne Grosse Pointe Park $644,281,780.00 2008 -20.8
Jackson Summit Township $642,965,700.00 2008 -24.1
Wayne Gross Isle Township $630,062,000.00 2008 -30.2
Leelanau Leland Township $628,740,664.00 2008 -25.7
Oakland Berkley $621,798,340.00 2008 -13.6
Ottawa Grand Haven $619,017,430.00 2008 -8.3
Wayne Plymouth $615,427,704.00 2008 -5.5
Grand Traverse East Bay Township $610,368,600.00 2008 -20.2
Leelanau Glen Arbor Township $590,041,100.00 2008 -24.1
Wayne Trenton $578,873,800.00 2008 -28.8
St. Clair Port Huron $566,516,500.00 2008 -37
Livingston Oceola Township $565,149,700.00 2008 -8.9
Wayne Wyandotte $565,128,400.00 2008 -38.4
Oakland Brandon Township $563,890,520.00 2008 -20.1
Genesee Burton $561,181,700.00 2008 -40.7
Genesee Davison Township $559,725,992.00 2008 -23.9
Emmet Petoskey $552,754,641.00 2008 -21.4
Grand Traverse Long Lake Township $552,568,550.00 2008 -9.1
Washtenaw Ann Arbor Township $552,209,700.00 2008 -8.4
Wayne Huron Township $549,976,960.00 2008 -23.9
Wayne Garden City $548,602,218.00 2008 -42.9
Kalamazoo Comstock Township $530,247,000.00 2008 -14
Bay Bay City $530,198,150.00 2008 -28.3
Emmet Bear Creek Township $525,948,100.00 2008 -11.4
Muskegon Muskegon $520,457,600.00 2008 -37.6
Mason Pere Marquette Township $518,209,550.00 2016 9.2
Multiple South Haven $515,593,400.00 2009 -9.1
Genesee Mundy Township $514,434,400.00 2008 -27.6
Ottawa Allendale Township $513,778,100.00 2009 -1.1
St. Clair Clay Township $510,219,300.00 2008 -27.2
Wayne Lincoln Park $509,616,616.00 2008 -51.9
Jackson Jackson $509,603,300.00 2008 -45.7
Muskegon Fruitport Township $503,011,100.00 2008 -16.4
Leelanau Leelanau Township $499,323,560.00 2009 -25.4
Berrien Saint Joseph $494,284,100.00 2009 -13.4
Livingston Marion Township $491,956,400.00 2008 -15.7
Oakland Oak Park $488,148,060.00 2008 -49.7
Livingston Tyrone Township $487,081,400.00 2008 -22.5
Macomb Bruce Township $485,584,065.00 2008 -16.6
Multiple Northville $475,394,740.00 2016 -6.5
Clinton Dewitt Township $468,098,000.00 2008 -16.6
Livingston Brighton $465,774,710.00 2008 -10.4
Washtenaw Lodi Township $464,057,100.00 2016 0
Wayne Woodhaven $460,387,350.00 2008 -26.4
Washtenaw Webster Township $459,262,700.00 2008 -11.5
Jackson Blackman Township $459,126,898.00 2008 -30.9
Macomb Fraser $458,694,115.00 2008 -29.8
Allegan Laketown Township $456,882,600.00 2008 -14.6
Macomb Eastpointe $455,643,780.00 2008 -51.6
Clinton Bath Township $450,690,800.00 2008 -17.3
Isabella Mount Pleasant $450,341,400.00 2009 -13.5
Oakland Orchard Lake $450,159,910.00 2008 -10.5
Oakland Huntington Woods $449,733,810.00 2008 -4.5
Jackson Columbia Township $449,324,822.00 2008 -19.2
Multiple Fenton $441,941,200.00 2008 -25
St. Clair Fort Gratiot Township $439,713,100.00 2008 -25.4
Berrien Saint Joseph Township $437,383,000.00 2009 -11.6
Emmet Resort Township $434,649,100.00 2009 -13
Kalamazoo Kalamazoo Township $433,287,600.00 2008 -23
Kent Algoma Township $428,416,900.00 2008 -3.1
Jackson Leoni Township $428,325,943.00 2008 -27.1
Washtenaw Saline $427,861,000.00 2008 -10.9
Kent Alpine Township $426,379,300.00 2008 -15.2
Ottawa Zeeland Township $425,692,050.00 2009 -3.2
St. Clair China Township $424,404,900.00 2008 -36.4
Monroe Monroe Township $420,985,600.00 2008 -24.3
Washtenaw York Township $418,222,773.00 2008 -12.5
Washtenaw Dexter Township $417,360,955.00 2008 -11
Washtenaw Northfield Township $416,869,850.00 2008 -14.5
Washtenaw Salem Township $416,649,600.00 2008 -11
Macomb New Baltimore $415,433,100.00 2008 -20.2
Kalamazoo Richland Township $415,030,371.00 2009 -6.3
Bay Bangor Township $413,566,100.00 2008 -28.1
St. Clair East China Township $413,188,600.00 2008 -58.1
Oakland Clawson $411,994,470.00 2008 -22.1
Saginaw Thomas Township $409,279,900.00 2008 -18.5
Oakland South Lyon $403,792,640.00 2008 -15.9
Berrien Niles Township $403,217,600.00 2009 -15.4
Isabella Union Township $402,690,751.00 2009 -8.8
Saginaw Saginaw $397,906,699.00 2008 -44.4
Wayne Grosse Pointe $394,040,600.00 2008 -23.4
Kalamazoo Ross Township $388,234,200.00 2008 -19.3
Bay Monitor Township $385,620,500.00 2008 -6.1
Livingston Putnam Township $382,986,430.00 2008 -17.9
Antrim Milton Township $381,548,500.00 2008 -28.2
Emmet West Traverse Township $381,315,800.00 2009 -24
Berrien Benton Township $381,287,800.00 2009 -25.5
Van Buren Antwerp Township $380,515,500.00 2008 -10.2
Grand Traverse Acme Township $370,739,500.00 2008 -22.3
Ottawa Jamestown Township $366,830,200.00 2008 -1.5
Oakland Addison Township $362,123,315.00 2008 -27.5
Oakland Farmington $360,892,420.00 2008 -25.7
Genesee Atlas Township $358,362,600.00 2008 -21.1
Bay Hampton Township $358,097,700.00 2009 -30.2
Calhoun Emmett Township $357,706,793.00 2009 -12.7
Allegan Casco Township $355,262,233.00 2009 -13.4
Lenawee Cambridge Township $354,105,100.00 2009 -23.3
Genesee Vienna Township $351,796,700.00 2008 -27
Muskegon Muskegon Township $345,898,300.00 2008 -25.2
Roscommon Gerrish Township $344,755,600.00 2008 -31.6
Livingston Howell Township $344,434,300.00 2008 -20.8
Allegan Saugatuck Township $343,841,100.00 2009 -18.3
Benzie Lake Township $343,799,500.00 2009 -12.2
Washtenaw Ypsilanti $343,372,917.00 2008 -29.5
Macomb Mount Clemens $342,600,276.00 2008 -42
Leelanau Elmwood Township $339,791,400.00 2008 -15.6
Kent Courtland Township $339,147,200.00 2016 3.6
Alpena Alpena Township $337,621,900.00 2008 -27.8
Emmet Little Traverse Township $336,958,600.00 2009 -20.7
Lenawee Adrian $336,196,920.00 2008 -35.5
Livingston Howell $330,407,300.00 2008 -27.6
Muskegon Fruitland Township $327,679,800.00 2009 -10.6
Kalamazoo Schoolcraft Township $325,161,960.00 2008 -6.4
Ottawa Tallmadge Township $325,024,700.00 2008 -6.9
Oakland Holly Township $323,133,960.00 2008 -29.3
Wayne Wayne $318,152,000.00 2008 -48.3
Genesee Mount Morris Township $317,020,000.00 2008 -43.3
Cass Porter Township $313,513,700.00 2009 -3.5
Wayne Riverview $313,457,495.00 2008 -32.9
Monroe Dundee Township $312,356,862.00 2008 -23.8
Genesee Genesee Township $312,079,500.00 2008 -39.9
St. Clair Marysville $307,858,400.00 2008 -30.9
Saginaw Tittabawassee Township $305,623,600.00 2009 -0.5
Benzie Benzonia Township $305,147,989.00 2008 -15.9
Macomb Lenox Township $304,751,489.00 2008 -36.3
Antrim Elk Rapids Township $304,593,300.00 2008 -22.2
Charlevoix Eveline Township $304,158,100.00 2008 -26.5
Delta Escanaba $303,387,925.00 2009 -6.3
Grand Traverse Green Lake Township $303,008,700.00 2008 -17.6
Monroe Berlin Township $302,492,152.00 2008 -27.6
Barry Thornapple Township $301,825,876.00 2008 -10.1
Cass Silver Creek Township $298,233,500.00 2009 -11
Clinton Watertown Township $297,678,964.00 2009 -7.2
St. Clair Saint Clair Township $297,443,618.00 2008 -31.6
Berrien New Buffalo $296,505,665.00 2009 -17.4
Emmet Harbor Springs $296,341,900.00 2009 -19.1
Barry Yankee Springs Township $294,198,400.00 2008 -8.6
Berrien Royalton Township $293,964,700.00 2009 -6
Chippewa Sault Sainte Marie $293,396,400.00 2009 -8.3
Wayne Flat Rock $292,452,886.00 2008 -27.6
Saginaw Frankenmuth $292,100,800.00 2008 -8.3
Ingham Lansing Township $291,817,200.00 2008 -28.4
Ottawa Blendon Township $291,443,800.00 2008 -4.2
Wayne Sumpter Township $291,118,718.00 2008 -42.2
Grand Traverse Blair Township $289,663,985.00 2008 -16
Kalamazoo Cooper Township $288,519,501.00 2008 -14.3
Mecosta Morton Township $287,701,700.00 2008 -25.6
Genesee Flushing Township $286,128,800.00 2008 -27.6
Monroe Ash Township $281,986,100.00 2008 -28.9
Genesee Argentine Township $280,164,010.00 2008 -17.6
Cheboygan Tuscarora Township $279,099,295.00 2008 -21.5
Van Buren Paw Paw Township $278,458,600.00 2009 -11.3
Marquette Marquette Township $278,293,800.00 2016 17.4
Livingston Handy Township $277,920,780.00 2008 -25.7
Leelanau Suttons Bay Township $277,705,060.00 2008 -22.2
Allegan Ganges Township $277,375,600.00 2009 -14.9
Cass Ontwa Township $277,222,200.00 2009 -11.2
Marquette Chocolay Township $276,906,300.00 2009 3.1
Lapeer Almont Township $276,653,900.00 2008 -27.7
Oakland Rose Township $275,945,940.00 2008 -25.5
Charlevoix Charlevoix $275,500,600.00 2008 -24.5
Mackinac Mackinac Island $275,252,500.00 2008 -11
Oceana Pentwater Township $275,061,100.00 2008 -28.5
Roscommon Denton Township $274,932,800.00 2008 -34.1
Antrim Torch Lake Township $274,636,000.00 2008 -30.4
Berrien Oronoko Township $272,288,750.00 2009 -12.7
Midland Larkin Township $272,032,600.00 2012 2.6
Iosco Oscoda Township $271,116,100.00 2008 -30.5
Mason Ludington $270,270,700.00 2008 -18
Washtenaw Chelsea $265,171,770.00 2008 -11.9
Allegan Dorr Township $265,061,100.00 2008 -17.3
Kent Sparta Township $264,301,700.00 2008 -10.2
Ottawa Zeeland $264,214,600.00 2008 -5.7
Cass Penn Township $262,920,254.00 2009 -8.6
Dickinson Breitung Township $262,092,000.00 2009 -11.6
Allegan Leighton Township $261,884,600.00 2009 0
St. Clair Kimball Township $261,607,011.00 2008 -29.9
Ottawa Robinson Township $260,895,100.00 2008 -9.5
Eaton Windsor Township $260,550,400.00 2008 -16.9
Ingham Williamstown Township $258,471,413.00 2008 -14.8
Jackson Grass Lake Township $257,564,100.00 2008 -19.6
Branch Coldwater $254,415,419.00 2008 -26.3
Muskegon Laketon Township $254,198,000.00 2008 -13.8
Leelanau Bingham Township $254,190,500.00 2008 -15.8
Lenawee Raisin Township $253,432,400.00 2008 -20.1
Macomb Armada Township $253,076,700.00 2008 -21.2
Lapeer Metamora Township $251,824,900.00 2008 -23.6
Oceana Golden Township $248,158,400.00 2009 -18.6
Genesee Grand Blanc $246,784,500.00 2008 -24.3
Lenawee Tecumseh $245,772,600.00 2008 -24.5
Genesee Richfield Township $245,535,600.00 2008 -27
Mason Hamlin Township $245,096,400.00 2009 -10.9
Berrien Coloma Township $244,275,400.00 2009 -4.7
Berrien Hagar Township $243,520,063.00 2008 -14.9
Leelanau Empire Township $241,106,721.00 2008 -26.8
Antrim Forest Home Township $240,990,200.00 2008 -29.2
Jackson Napoleon Township $240,967,251.00 2008 -22.1
Lapeer Dryden Township $240,689,896.00 2008 -22.9
Oakland Groveland Township $240,175,290.00 2008 -29.5
St. Clair Port Huron Township $239,712,700.00 2008 -29.1
Washtenaw Lima Township $239,334,278.00 2008 -6.5
Washtenaw Augusta Township $238,389,800.00 2008 -28.5
Ingham Alaiedon Township $237,119,700.00 2008 -19.3
Monroe Whiteford Township $236,792,600.00 2008 -18.2
Grand Traverse Whitewater Township $236,544,000.00 2008 -17.5
Hillsdale Somerset Township $235,948,930.00 2008 -17.4
Shiawassee Owosso $234,811,950.00 2008 -36.2
Branch Ovid Township $232,781,191.00 2008 -9.6
Mackinac Clark Township $230,868,200.00 2008 -31.4
Charlevoix Hayes Township $230,639,900.00 2008 -36.9
Genesee Clayton Township $230,510,500.00 2008 -23.7
Lapeer Lapeer $230,438,700.00 2008 -30.2
Jackson Spring Arbor Township $230,049,080.00 2008 -14.1
Dickinson Iron Mountain $229,887,519.00 2009 -4
Lenawee Rollin Township $229,704,300.00 2008 -13.7
Ottawa Hudsonville $229,423,200.00 2008 -15.7
Monroe Raisinville Township $228,765,540.00 2008 -17
Muskegon Dalton Township $228,711,000.00 2009 -17
Lapeer Hadley Township $227,352,951.00 2008 -22.4
Lenawee Adrian Township $226,950,800.00 2008 -22.6
Kalamazoo Pavilion Township $226,912,500.00 2008 -7.4
Oakland Walled Lake $226,722,440.00 2008 -29.9
Oceana Benona Township $226,638,400.00 2008 -24.4
Kent Lowell Township $226,162,400.00 2008 -6.9
Saginaw Birch Run Township $225,188,040.00 2008 -15.3
Crawford Grayling Township $223,728,800.00 2009 -25
Kent Rockford $223,611,800.00 2008 -3.8
Otsego Bagley Township $223,482,900.00 2008 -31.1
Barry Prairieville Township $223,474,700.00 2009 0.5
Lapeer Elba Township $222,846,400.00 2008 -28.4
Allegan Gun Plain Township $222,111,900.00 2009 -8.5
Ingham Mason $219,323,770.00 2008 -19.4
Macomb Ray Township $218,687,470.00 2008 -31.9
Kent Vergennes Township $218,642,800.00 2008 -3
Wayne Harper Woods $217,680,000.00 2008 -57
Lapeer Mayfield Township $217,311,300.00 2008 -31
Calhoun Marshall $216,863,700.00 2009 -17.7
Kent Oakfield Township $216,279,700.00 2009 -8.5
Wexford Cadillac $216,037,900.00 2008 -27.4
Montcalm Greenville $214,570,700.00 2008 -20.5
St. Joseph Fabius Township $214,518,700.00 2008 -17.6
Washtenaw Sylvan Township $212,324,600.00 2008 -16.7
Livingston Deerfield Township $212,171,067.00 2008 -17.4
Alpena Alpena $211,863,700.00 2008 -23.9
Multiple Grand Ledge $211,785,900.00 2008 -24.6
Saginaw Bridgeport Township $210,897,500.00 2008 -27.7
Huron Caseville Township $210,857,000.00 2008 -35.9
Benzie Crystal Lake Township $209,840,800.00 2009 -20.9
Iosco Plainfield Township $209,716,900.00 2008 -31
Lenawee Woodstock Township $209,672,700.00 2008 -16.8
Eaton Charlotte $209,227,534.00 2008 -27.3
Menominee Menominee $208,204,700.00 2009 -4
Ottawa Ferrysburg $207,400,790.00 2009 -7.4
St. Joseph Sturgis $206,583,800.00 2009 -23.6
Calhoun Pennfield Township $204,909,000.00 2008 -29.7
Washtenaw Manchester Township $204,552,800.00 2008 -20.8
Lenawee Madison Township $204,337,700.00 2008 -24.8
Charlevoix Melrose Township $204,215,300.00 2009 -16.8
Monroe Ida Township $204,214,600.00 2008 -13
Genesee Gaines Township $203,121,350.00 2008 -20.7
Manistee Onekama Township $202,408,500.00 2009 -17.3
Clinton St Johns $201,660,825.00 2008 -21.9
St. Joseph White Pigeon Township $201,634,200.00 2009 -12.2
Kalamazoo Brady Township $201,137,000.00 2009 -5
Ionia Boston Township $200,723,100.00 2008 -12.9
Bay Williams Township $200,499,550.00 2016 4.3
Charlevoix Boyne City $199,844,000.00 2009 -23.1
Calhoun Bedford Township $199,238,150.00 2008 -21.9
Kent Grattan Township $198,529,000.00 2008 -12.3
Monroe Lasalle Township $197,932,069.00 2008 -22.3
Macomb Utica $197,594,373.00 2008 -34
Van Buren Covert Township $197,513,600.00 2011 -65.5
Ottawa Olive Township $197,396,300.00 2008 -15.9
Van Buren Almena Township $196,763,200.00 2009 -1.2
Manistee Manistee $196,358,200.00 2008 -26.5
Genesee Flushing $195,929,800.00 2008 -32.5
Charlevoix Bay Township $195,643,600.00 2009 -21.1
Allegan Otsego Township $194,159,300.00 2009 -14.6
Lapeer Oregon Township $194,144,989.00 2008 -31.6
Multiple Niles $193,867,250.00 2009 -28.1
Allegan Salem Township $193,046,100.00 2008 -1.7
Gogebic Watersmeet Township $193,030,257.00 2009 -27.6
Sanilac Worth Township $192,373,593.00 2008 -25.7
Cass Howard Township $190,622,500.00 2008 -22.7
Van Buren South Haven Township $190,124,288.00 2008 -19.9
Saginaw Kochville Township $189,378,800.00 2008 -13.5
Oakland Pleasant Ridge $189,097,190.00 2008 -1.4
Mason Summit Township $187,856,100.00 2009 -14.6
Berrien Berrien Township $187,198,417.00 2009 -11.4
Van Buren Keeler Township $186,508,200.00 2009 -2
Allegan Village of Douglas $186,235,100.00 2008 -16.3
St. Clair Ira Township $185,947,500.00 2008 -26.4
Allegan Saugatuck $185,576,000.00 2010 2.1
Wayne Inkster $185,260,530.00 2008 -66.1
Marquette Forsyth Township $185,169,365.00 2009 -9.3
Multiple Richmond $182,625,300.00 2008 -24.3
Berrien Buchanan Township $181,984,769.00 2009 -9
Benzie Almira Township $181,875,400.00 2008 -17.7
Oakland Hazel Park $180,964,920.00 2008 -62.8
Lapeer Lapeer Township $180,876,900.00 2008 -29.3
Sanilac Lexington Township $179,970,837.00 2008 -21.8
Kent Solon Township $179,663,200.00 2008 -5.3
St. Clair St. Clair $179,573,500.00 2008 -35.4
Berrien Watervliet Township $179,297,092.00 2009 -6.3
Van Buren Porter Township $178,038,650.00 2009 -2.5
Barry Hastings $178,038,200.00 2009 -22.8
Lapeer Attica Township $177,183,678.00 2008 -23.1
Macomb Richmond Township $177,139,981.00 2008 -20.3
Eaton Oneida Township $175,829,400.00 2008 -15.5
Muskegon Egelston Township $174,934,400.00 2008 -24.4
St. Clair Clyde Township $173,897,400.00 2008 -31
Otsego Otsego Lake Township $173,045,500.00 2008 -21.6
Berrien Bertrand Township $172,810,083.00 2009 -0.6
Lenawee Franklin Township $172,110,700.00 2008 -17.8
Ottawa Crockery Township $171,952,384.00 2008 -5.6
Marquette Negaunee Township $171,205,100.00 2016 19.5
Montmorency Albert Township $171,103,000.00 2008 -26.7
Wayne Hamtramck $170,564,145.00 2008 -50.5
St. Joseph Sherman Township $170,324,300.00 2010 -2.3
Barry Rutland Township $170,217,900.00 2008 -18.1
Multiple Milan $169,046,100.00 2008 -29.7
Jackson Henrietta Township $168,886,268.00 2008 -15
Cheboygan Benton Township $168,467,000.00 2008 -27.1
Shiawassee Caledonia Township $167,965,400.00 2008 -28.3
Saginaw Buena Vista Township $167,380,000.00 2009 -22
Barry Barry Township $166,995,800.00 2008 -10.7
St. Joseph Nottawa Township $166,598,700.00 2008 -9.1
Barry Orangeville Township $165,873,600.00 2008 -10.3
Clinton Dewitt $164,972,100.00 2008 -12.4
Livingston Iosco Township $164,709,000.00 2008 -16
Ingham Aurelius Township $164,509,011.00 2008 -10.5
Allegan Allegan Township $163,261,500.00 2008 -16
Antrim Central Lake Township $163,162,000.00 2008 -31
Allegan Overisel Township $162,894,650.00 2016 9.1
Genesee Thetford Township $162,744,200.00 2008 -28.9
Wayne Melvindale $162,057,957.00 2008 -47.6
Barry Hope Township $162,024,040.00 2008 -7.8
Kent Bowne Township $161,929,300.00 2008 -0.9
Charlevoix Boyne Valley Township $161,004,711.00 2008 -24.1
Bay Kawkawlin Township $160,988,158.00 2008 -8.7
Manistee Filer Township $160,598,900.00 2008 -22.1
Charlevoix Charlevoix Township $160,288,900.00 2008 -33.1
St. Clair Columbus Township $159,899,100.00 2008 -29
Cass Milton Township $158,931,400.00 2008 -11.2
Lapeer Deerfield Township $158,728,000.00 2008 -36.8
Missaukee Lake Township $158,593,000.00 2008 -20.1
Midland Jerome Township $158,081,700.00 2008 -10.6
Muskegon North Muskegon $157,983,500.00 2008 -12.6
Presque Isle Presque Isle Township $157,392,700.00 2008 -28.5
Genesee Swartz Creek $157,199,800.00 2008 -35.9
Roscommon Lyon Township $156,226,800.00 2008 -29.8
St. Clair Casco Township $155,834,900.00 2009 -27.4
Antrim Helena Township $155,304,900.00 2008 -25.5
Monroe Exeter Township $155,206,350.00 2008 -29.9
Washtenaw Lyndon Township $155,085,900.00 2008 -13.3
Monroe Summerfield Township $155,033,641.00 2008 -14.4
Ottawa Wright Township $155,023,075.00 2008 -2.9
Newaygo Brooks Township $154,898,300.00 2008 -26.8
St. Joseph Three Rivers $154,514,000.00 2008 -28.5
Bay Frankenlust Township $154,205,500.00 2008 -5.1
Chippewa Drummond Township $153,945,200.00 2009 -15.4
Eaton Eaton Township $153,104,000.00 2008 -13.2
Oakland Lathrup Village $152,848,010.00 2008 -34.6
Allegan Fillmore Township $152,714,000.00 2008 -2.9
Jackson Hanover Township $152,657,200.00 2008 -17.3
Ottawa Polkton Township $152,341,300.00 2016 4.3
Eaton Eaton Rapids Township $151,977,590.00 2008 -20.2
Manistee Manistee Township $151,641,100.00 2009 -21.5
Delta Wells Township $150,901,400.00 2009 -21.5
Cheboygan Burt Township $150,682,900.00 2008 -36.7
St. Joseph Colon Township $149,652,100.00 2009 -3
Sanilac Sanilac Township $149,535,500.00 2008 -24
Clinton Bingham Township $149,299,000.00 2008 -2.4
Otsego Gaylord $149,012,600.00 2008 -35.6
St. Joseph Park Township $147,642,100.00 2014 2.2
Jackson Norvell Township $147,482,300.00 2008 -24
Clinton Victor Township $147,458,950.00 2008 -20.1
Muskegon White River Township $147,158,700.00 2008 -16.2
Saginaw Richland Township $146,991,800.00 2008 -5.2
Gladwin Butman Township $146,957,467.00 2008 -26.8
Kalamazoo Alamo Township $146,881,100.00 2008 -5
Houghton Houghton $146,655,291.00 2009 1.1
Calhoun Leroy Township $146,602,450.00 2008 -12.2
Calhoun Marshall Township $146,597,450.00 2008 -10.7
Huron Winsor Township $146,379,900.00 2016 54.7
Branch Quincy Township $146,152,633.00 2008 -12
Macomb Center Line $146,058,820.00 2008 -41.7
Allegan Wayland Township $145,779,300.00 2008 -12.3
St. Clair Burtchville Township $145,644,400.00 2008 -27.4
Mecosta Big Rapids Township $145,510,400.00 2009 -18.6
Branch Kinderhook Township $145,447,000.00 2008 -5
Genesee Montrose Township $145,341,600.00 2008 -24.6
Roscommon Roscommon Township $145,027,700.00 2008 -34.6
Menominee Menominee Township $144,659,700.00 2009 -7.3
Kalkaska Clearwater Township $144,458,200.00 2008 -19.3
Jackson Sandstone Township $144,388,010.00 2008 -18.1
Jackson Liberty Township $143,953,000.00 2008 -11.4
Leelanau Cleveland Township $143,275,817.00 2009 -27.9
Wayne Gibralter $143,179,685.00 2008 -26.2
Isabella Deerfield Township $142,865,800.00 2008 -9
Montcalm Pierson Township $142,852,900.00 2008 -23.4
Huron Port Austin Township $142,793,300.00 2008 -13.9
Tuscola Denmark Township $142,430,700.00 2016 14.5
Ionia Odessa Township $141,964,300.00 2008 -9.3
Gratiot Alma $141,818,600.00 2009 -15.5
Shiawassee Owosso Township $141,145,550.00 2008 -24.9
Barry Johnstown Township $140,661,450.00 2008 -7.1
Huron Sherman Township $140,490,500.00 2016 63
Jackson Rives Township $140,236,800.00 2008 -15.5
Ingham Vevay Township $140,080,850.00 2008 -22.7
Cheboygan Inverness Township $140,055,400.00 2008 -26.9
Shiawassee Woodhull Township $139,493,600.00 2008 -23.8
Cass Jefferson Township $139,151,200.00 2009 1.1
Kent Nelson Township $139,033,100.00 2008 -16.2
Newaygo Croton Township $138,968,500.00 2008 -23.8
Ionia Portland Township $138,868,654.00 2008 -6.6
Cheboygan Mullett Township $138,805,000.00 2008 -30.5
Monroe Erie Township $138,623,665.00 2008 -27.1
Livingston Cohoctah Township $138,302,100.00 2008 -24.8
Clinton Eagle Township $138,285,543.00 2008 -21.1
St. Joseph Lockport Township $137,792,100.00 2008 -8
Kent Spencer Township $137,589,500.00 2009 -11.4
Leelanau Centerville Township $136,790,500.00 2009 -19.3
Grand Traverse Paradise Township $136,453,200.00 2008 -22.7
St. Clair Berlin Township $136,399,400.00 2008 -27.1
Emmet Littlefield Township $136,296,200.00 2008 -29.6
Roscommon Markey Township $136,188,700.00 2008 -28.8
Livingston Conway Township $136,156,670.00 2008 -27.5
Montcalm Eureka Township $135,678,500.00 2008 -18.1
Allegan Heath Township $135,429,650.00 2009 -7.4
Van Buren Lawrence Township $135,097,000.00 2009 -12.7
Mecosta Big Rapids $135,091,500.00 2008 -23.4
Houghton Torch Lake Township $134,653,640.00 2009 -6.2
Iron Stambaugh Township $134,462,871.00 2009 -15.7
Sanilac Delaware Township $134,392,593.00 2016 41.6
St. Joseph Constantine Township $134,043,800.00 2008 -10.3
Cass Lagrange Township $133,943,000.00 2010 -5.9
Berrien Bainbridge Township $133,938,000.00 2009 -6.9
Marquette Powell Township $133,553,850.00 2011 -3.2
St. Clair Cottrellville Township $133,523,700.00 2008 -32.5
Kalamazoo Prairie Ronde Township $133,143,750.00 2016 0.5
Livingston Unadilla Township $133,132,700.00 2008 -27.9
Saginaw Chesaning Township $132,425,900.00 2008 -19.3
Berrien Benton Harbor $132,386,600.00 2010 -12.4
Kalkaska Kalkaska Township $132,373,100.00 2008 -30.5
Ingham Leroy Township $132,224,900.00 2008 -25.8
Lenawee Blissfield Township $132,140,700.00 2008 -18.3
Roscommon Lake Township $131,537,300.00 2008 -36.4
Clinton Dallas Township $130,756,000.00 2016 7
Huron Sebewaing Township $130,667,508.00 2016 29.2
Berrien Weesaw Township $130,627,600.00 2009 -7
Huron Sand Beach Township $130,378,600.00 2016 34.3
Genesee Forest Township $130,272,200.00 2008 -26.6
Tuscola Millington Township $130,265,500.00 2008 -21.9
Kent Tyrone Township $130,238,400.00 2008 -7.8
Roscommon Richfield Township $129,925,300.00 2008 -29.3
St. Clair Riley Township $129,907,600.00 2008 -30.2
Huron Lake Township $129,574,900.00 2008 -12.9
Shiawassee Vernon Township $129,296,000.00 2008 -24.5
Branch Coldwater Township $129,208,350.00 2008 -14.3
Marquette Ishpeming Township $129,075,200.00 2009 -4.7
St. Clair Greenwood Township $128,983,255.00 2008 -13.1
Wexford Haring Township $128,604,000.00 2009 -31
Jackson Waterloo Township $128,272,975.00 2008 -25.4
Tuscola Akron Township $128,195,100.00 2016 58.1
Barry Irving Township $128,146,200.00 2008 -8
Ionia Berlin Township $127,484,700.00 2008 -13
Clinton Westphalia Township $127,107,100.00 2016 1.1
Ingham Stockbridge Township $126,941,000.00 2009 -27.7
Houghton Portage Township $126,908,847.00 2011 4.7
Allegan Manlius Township $126,602,290.00 2008 -4.8
Barry Woodland Township $126,230,300.00 2008 -11.9
Lenawee Clinton Township $125,877,800.00 2008 -23.8
Eaton Hamlin Township $125,704,680.00 2008 -20.7
Berrien Three Oaks Township $125,704,417.00 2009 -12.8
Hillsdale Hillsdale $125,580,200.00 2008 -32
Clinton Olive Township $125,266,700.00 2008 -15.6
Monroe London Township $124,886,490.00 2008 -20.1
Tuscola Elkland Township $124,649,700.00 2016 11.4
Ogemaw Hill Township $124,436,400.00 2008 -32.1
Ionia Danby Township $124,028,477.00 2008 -2.3
Antrim Kearney Township $123,850,000.00 2008 -40.4
Gratiot Fulton Township $123,752,700.00 2016 13.3
Lake Lake Township $122,909,400.00 2009 -26.2
Lenawee Riga Township $122,646,900.00 2016 12.2
Chippewa Soo Township $122,466,900.00 2010 -0.1
Saginaw Taymouth Township $122,329,000.00 2008 -15.5
Huron Colfax Township $122,134,485.00 2016 32.4
Leelanau Kasson Township $122,105,200.00 2008 -17.4
Midland Homer Township $121,869,300.00 2009 -11.1
Lapeer Marathon Township $121,741,200.00 2008 -31.1
Huron Oliver Township $121,086,600.00 2016 75.5
Lapeer Arcadia Township $120,966,400.00 2008 -30
St. Clair Mussey Township $120,841,500.00 2008 -26.1
Washtenaw Sharon Township $120,756,360.00 2008 -16.8
Allegan Hopkins Township $120,606,400.00 2008 -10.2
Allegan Martin Township $120,190,500.00 2016 0.3
Montcalm Reynolds Township $120,167,200.00 2008 -25.1
Eaton Benton Township $120,040,553.00 2008 -14.6
Berrien Baroda Township $119,679,300.00 2009 -3.3
Genesee Linden $119,328,600.00 2008 -16.1
Iosco Baldwin Township $119,260,500.00 2008 -25.4
Lapeer Imlay Township $119,220,301.00 2008 -35
Newaygo Fremont $118,806,700.00 2008 -22.4
Otsego Hayes Township $118,448,000.00 2008 -22.7
Washtenaw Saline Township $118,226,700.00 2008 -17.5
Marquette Ishpeming $118,080,100.00 2009 6.1
Gladwin Billings Township $117,974,150.00 2009 -18.6
Dickinson Kingsford $117,962,000.00 2009 -9.6
Gratiot Wheeler Township $117,937,800.00 2016 39.7
Marquette Negaunee $117,796,700.00 2016 11.5
Berrien Bridgman $117,543,350.00 2009 -17.3
Alcona Caledonia Township $117,446,500.00 2008 -35.9
Van Buren Bloomingdale Township $117,419,800.00 2009 -9.5
Lapeer Burnside Township $117,132,332.00 2008 -12
Cass Calvin Township $116,869,700.00 2009 -9.3
St. Clair Wales Township $116,819,300.00 2008 -29.6
Leelanau Solon Township $116,503,684.00 2009 -23.6
Eaton Eaton Rapids $116,158,630.00 2008 -24.4
Sanilac Marlette Township $116,006,100.00 2016 13.4
Bay Fraser Township $115,952,075.00 2008 -1.1
Cass Marcellus Township $115,864,100.00 2009 1.2
Otsego Livingston Township $115,545,100.00 2008 -27.6
Ottawa Chester Township $115,397,000.00 2009 -3
Lenawee Palmyra Township $115,224,700.00 2016 1.4
Clinton Riley Township $115,192,500.00 2008 -4.6
Lapeer North Branch Township $114,970,858.00 2008 -31.3
Washtenaw Freedom Township $114,948,050.00 2008 -15.9
Shiawassee Bennington Township $114,699,400.00 2008 -22.8
St. Joseph Mendon Township $114,265,800.00 2016 11.8
Van Buren Pine Grove Township $114,242,200.00 2009 -10.4
Kent Lowell $113,972,100.00 2008 -18.1
Van Buren Decatur Township $113,826,300.00 2008 -9.3
Houghton Hancock $113,788,924.00 2016 12.1
Branch Algansee Township $113,756,570.00 2009 -3
Ogemaw West Branch Township $113,225,100.00 2008 -19.8
Isabella Coe Township $113,139,600.00 2008 -5.4
Ottawa Coopersville $113,059,600.00 2008 -20.9
Gratiot Pine River Township $112,968,800.00 2016 4.7
Houghton Calumet Township $112,761,316.00 2009 -7.5
Oakland Sylvan Lake $112,572,320.00 2008 -22.9
Huron Hume Township $112,476,000.00 2016 9.2
Ionia Ionia Township $112,434,752.00 2008 -12.5
Manistee Arcadia Township $112,426,800.00 2010 -15.7
Ionia Lyons Township $112,299,780.00 2008 -9.6
Emmet Pleasantview Township $112,119,000.00 2008 -37.2
Ingham Williamston $112,042,700.00 2008 -21.4
Saginaw Frankenmuth Township $112,020,300.00 2008 -4.4
Delta Escanaba Township $112,005,962.00 2009 -7.5
Van Buren Geneva Township $111,876,900.00 2010 -2.4
Shiawassee Perry Township $111,762,700.00 2008 -22.4
Charlevoix South Arm Township $111,682,400.00 2009 -33.9
Clinton Greenbush Township $111,420,400.00 2008 -8.9
Wexford Cherry Grove Township $111,331,850.00 2008 -26.5
Clare Hayes Township $111,290,700.00 2008 -32
Montcalm Crystal Township $111,264,900.00 2008 -20.9
Allegan Allegan $111,261,200.00 2008 -28.1
Benzie Frankfort $110,475,400.00 2009 -6.1
Calhoun Newton Township $109,918,850.00 2009 -8.2
Washtenaw Bridgewater Township $109,828,300.00 2008 -17.9
Shiawassee Burns Township $109,646,100.00 2008 -25.6
Baraga L'anse Township $109,302,522.00 2010 -6.3
Berrien Pipestone Township $109,205,350.00 2009 -4.3
Genesee Davison $108,969,000.00 2008 -28.4
Antrim Banks Township $108,923,400.00 2008 -32.8
Eaton Carmel Township $108,919,216.00 2008 -21.2
Barry Carlton Township $108,562,300.00 2008 -7.5
Otsego Charlton Township $108,516,600.00 2008 -32.6
Ogemaw Mills Township $108,467,100.00 2009 -27.6
Emmet Springvale Township $108,463,800.00 2008 -22.3
Isabella Sherman Township $108,208,100.00 2009 -16
Gladwin Tobacco Township $108,042,700.00 2009 -27.9
Montcalm Montcalm Township $107,730,800.00 2008 -17.2
Iron Crystal Falls Township $107,616,200.00 2010 -10.6
Hillsdale Cambria Township $107,612,100.00 2009 -10.3
Cheboygan Cheboygan $107,462,500.00 2008 -35.3
Van Buren Columbia Township $107,401,535.00 2008 -18.3
Lenawee Ogden Township $107,292,600.00 2016 30.5
Allegan Monterey Township $106,978,200.00 2009 -7.1
Alcona Alcona Township $106,573,900.00 2009 -38.1
Isabella Chippewa Township $106,562,700.00 2008 -17.4
Bay Beaver Township $106,479,721.00 2016 6.6
St. Clair Algonac $106,457,300.00 2008 -34.7
Huron Brookfield Township $106,195,100.00 2016 120.5
Gogebic Ironwood Township $106,116,815.00 2010 -4.9
Delta Gladstone $106,082,400.00 2008 -10.5
Tuscola Tuscola Township $105,912,500.00 2016 11.2
Oakland Keego Harbor $105,791,880.00 2008 -29.9
Clinton Duplain Township $105,583,300.00 2008 -0.5
Clare Grant Township $104,915,579.00 2008 -19.6
Saginaw Blumfield Township $104,850,100.00 2008 -0.5
Clare Garfield Township $104,715,700.00 2008 -26.4
Oscoda Big Creek Township $104,506,555.00 2008 -29
St. Joseph Burr Oak Township $104,215,500.00 2016 13.2
Muskegon Ravenna Township $103,428,400.00 2008 -7.4
Ionia Campbell Township $103,286,400.00 2009 -3.4
Allegan Wayland $102,828,100.00 2009 -8.2
Bay Portsmouth Township $102,806,300.00 2008 -9.1
Wayne Highland Park $102,711,187.00 2008 -57.2
Tuscola Columbia Township $102,704,100.00 2016 71.1
Tuscola Fairgrove Township $102,609,500.00 2016 53.6
Huron Bingham Township $102,527,100.00 2016 42.4
Newaygo Garfield Township $102,516,900.00 2008 -17.1
Barry Hastings Township $102,301,900.00 2008 -17.2
Cass Wayne Township $102,189,100.00 2008 -13.1
St. Clair Marine City $101,986,300.00 2008 -36.6
Isabella Nottawa Township $101,588,300.00 2008 -5.7
Oceana Shelby Township $101,490,700.00 2009 -25.2
Ionia Ionia $101,417,400.00 2008 -29.3
Jackson Concord Township $101,165,499.00 2008 -13.6
Saginaw Maple Grove Township $101,148,300.00 2016 1.1
Clinton Essex Township $100,699,900.00 2016 8.8
Mason Amber Township $100,390,200.00 2008 -28.6
Montmorency Montmorency Township $100,041,530.00 2009 -17.5
Gladwin Secord Township $99,916,600.00 2009 -30.2
Tuscola Almer Township $99,915,100.00 2009 -3.2
Newaygo Sheridan Township $99,883,200.00 2008 -15.5
Clinton Bengal Township $99,785,700.00 2016 15.1
Calhoun Marengo Township $99,648,819.00 2015 4.3
Kalamazoo Climax Township $99,600,600.00 2008 -8
Cass Pokagon Township $99,563,500.00 2008 -3.6
Sanilac Forester Township $99,537,176.00 2008 -25
St. Clair Emmett Township $99,194,320.00 2009 -21.8
Lapeer Imlay City $99,126,750.00 2008 -41.6
Alcona Greenbush Township $98,951,300.00 2008 -38
Cass Mason Township $98,846,000.00 2009 -2.1
Kalamazoo Charleston Township $98,800,600.00 2008 -15.6
Midland Ingersoll Township $98,636,500.00 2009 -3.6
Allegan Trowbridge Township $98,566,000.00 2008 -16.9
Clare Surrey Township $98,463,438.00 2009 -25.5
Montcalm Winfield Township $98,292,400.00 2008 -12.7
Muskegon Casnovia Township $98,265,700.00 2008 -4.3
Emmet Friendship Township $98,178,492.00 2008 -33.2
Clinton Ovid Township $97,957,075.00 2008 -30.8
Gratiot Emerson Township $97,655,081.00 2016 69.7
Muskegon Roosevelt Park $97,501,600.00 2008 -32.9
Luce McMillan Township $97,419,850.00 2008 -25.4
Mecosta Mecosta Township $97,211,641.00 2008 -12.5
Hillsdale Reading Township $97,186,025.00 2008 -9
Gratiot Bethany Township $96,970,500.00 2015 48.5
Ingham Onondaga Township $96,908,700.00 2008 -17.8
Wexford Clam Lake Township $96,893,900.00 2008 -26
Tuscola Vassar Township $96,526,900.00 2008 -23.1
Ionia Orleans Township $96,176,300.00 2009 -10.2
Hillsdale Jefferson Township $96,061,700.00 2008 -23.3
Midland Edenville Township $95,995,700.00 2008 -11.5
Lenawee Fairfield Township $95,849,400.00 2016 13.1
Eaton Sunfield Township $95,815,500.00 2008 -7.6
Huron Chandler Township $95,671,800.00 2016 87.5
Cheboygan Mackinaw Township $95,549,400.00 2008 -38.1
Huron Paris Township $95,380,100.00 2016 109.8
Jackson Tompkins Township $95,223,568.00 2008 -10
Wayne Belleville $95,179,300.00 2008 -30.7
Iosco Au Sable Township $94,974,500.00 2008 -29.3
Shiawassee Shiawassee Township $94,651,903.00 2008 -18.9
Oscoda Greenwood Township $94,588,610.00 2009 -37
Newaygo Ensley Township $94,413,300.00 2008 -18.6
Ingham Wheatfield Township $94,098,000.00 2008 -16.5
Calhoun Clarence Township $93,755,326.00 2008 -21.6
Oakland Lake Angelus $93,583,770.00 2008 -18.3
Mackinac Portage Township $93,570,800.00 2009 -28
Branch Girard Township $93,391,700.00 2009 -4.4
Wayne River Rouge $93,119,700.00 2008 -52.7
Shiawassee Hazelton Township $92,792,200.00 2008 -2.7
Gladwin Sage Township $92,694,220.00 2008 -25.4
Jackson Parma Township $92,522,800.00 2008 -13.9
Shiawassee Venice Township $92,469,400.00 2008 -16.2
Eaton Bellevue Township $92,330,457.00 2008 -21.4
St. Clair Kenockee Township $92,217,000.00 2008 -24.1
Gogebic Ironwood $92,146,370.00 2009 0.1
Gratiot North Shade Township $92,138,900.00 2016 95.5
Montcalm Cato Township $92,130,900.00 2008 -15.5
Benzie Weldon Township $92,069,700.00 2009 -16.6
Tuscola Gilford Township $91,808,000.00 2016 76.2
Marquette Sands Township $91,759,050.00 2016 8.7
Arenac Sims Township $91,676,500.00 2009 -19.4
Ionia Portland $91,608,200.00 2008 -24
Saginaw Saint Charles Township $91,393,100.00 2008 -14.1
Lenawee Macon Township $91,316,700.00 2009 -3.2
Chippewa Whitefish Township $91,312,325.00 2009 -27.2
Allegan Watson Township $91,280,500.00 2008 -7.6
Huron Sigel Township $91,261,300.00 2016 110.4
Monroe Milan Township $91,168,784.00 2008 -13.2
Midland Lee Township $91,095,605.00 2009 -13.8
Ingham Ingham Township $91,014,744.00 2008 -19.5
Newaygo Ashland Township $90,963,100.00 2008 -23.8
Antrim Mancelona Township $90,853,931.00 2008 -32.8
Muskegon Whitehall $90,625,700.00 2008 -20.8
Cass Volinia Township $90,407,800.00 2016 3.2
Eaton Roxand Township $90,391,400.00 2008 -5.7
Ionia Belding $90,093,200.00 2008 -20.7
Huron Lincoln Township $90,008,600.00 2016 71.6
Gratiot New Haven Township $89,917,000.00 2016 48.6
Huron Dwight Township $89,894,400.00 2016 79.3
Montcalm Douglass Township $89,647,700.00 2008 -19.6
Tuscola Arbela Township $89,636,600.00 2008 -17.7
Allegan Plainwell $89,200,500.00 2008 -18.9
Tuscola Fremont Township $89,107,400.00 2008 -28.1
Mackinac Moran Township $88,814,800.00 2009 -23.6
Ingham Locke Township $88,716,970.00 2008 -23.9
Isabella Isabella Township $88,675,766.00 2016 5.4
Mackinac Garfield Township $88,640,541.00 2008 -15.1
Antrim Custer Township $88,610,450.00 2008 -34.6
St. Joseph Flowerfield Township $88,556,950.00 2016 14.3
Clare Lincoln Township $88,521,100.00 2008 -25
Iron Mastodon Township $88,418,300.00 2009 -16.9
Ionia Otisco Township $88,313,700.00 2008 -11.6
Crawford South Branch Township $88,158,900.00 2009 -36
Chippewa Bruce Township $88,142,400.00 2009 -5.7
Huron Verona Township $88,123,952.00 2016 27.6
Huron Bloomfield Township $88,097,200.00 2016 109.2
Ingham Leslie Township $88,086,500.00 2008 -19.2
Charlevoix Evangeline Township $88,077,300.00 2008 -34.1
Newaygo Grant Township $87,977,600.00 2008 -25.5
Charlevoix Marion Township $87,688,800.00 2008 -29.9
Baraga Baraga Township $87,680,962.00 2008 -5.9
Hillsdale Adams Township $87,638,342.00 2008 -16.9
Oceana Claybanks Township $87,558,300.00 2009 -20.3
Saginaw Swan Creek Township $87,377,900.00 2008 -14.9
Wexford Selma Township $87,341,900.00 2008 -21.2
Shiawassee Antrim Township $87,085,600.00 2008 -11.6
Lenawee Seneca Township $87,075,300.00 2016 20.1
Wayne Ecorse $86,911,362.00 2008 -60.4
Mecosta Green Township $86,755,000.00 2008 -27.6
Alger Au Train Township $86,688,950.00 2009 -6.5
Isabella Broomfield Township $86,670,400.00 2008 -15.5
Barry Castleton Township $86,275,010.00 2008 -17.6
Newaygo Sherman Township $85,957,700.00 2008 -18.4
Montmorency Hillman Township $85,892,800.00 2009 -32.7
Cass Newberg Township $85,842,364.00 2015 -4.1
Eaton Walton Township $85,802,585.00 2009 -8
Newaygo Dayton Township $85,718,100.00 2008 -14.5
Berrien Sodus Township $85,486,700.00 2009 -5.5
Lenawee Tecumseh Township $85,370,700.00 2008 -21.9
Mecosta Martiny Township $85,357,800.00 2009 -24.8
Calhoun Homer Township $85,164,791.00 2008 -4.8
St. Joseph Florence Township $85,081,100.00 2015 38.3
Ionia Keene Township $85,038,800.00 2008 -10.9
Montcalm Belvidere Township $84,957,800.00 2008 -20.1
Branch Union Township $84,953,180.00 2008 -5.3
Lenawee Rome Township $84,818,700.00 2008 -17.1
Van Buren Hartford Township $84,812,500.00 2009 -19.8
Lake Elk Township $84,756,500.00 2008 -28.2
Delta Ford River Township $84,631,600.00 2009 -11.3
Bay Merritt Township $84,625,050.00 2015 35
Hillsdale Amboy Township $84,557,500.00 2010 -6.2
Huron Meade Township $84,455,500.00 2016 63.2
Eaton Chester Township $84,312,507.00 2009 -10.2
Gratiot Arcada Township $84,311,420.00 2015 10.4
Charlevoix Peaine Township $84,228,300.00 2009 -37.6
Arenac Whitney Township $84,076,200.00 2008 -23.9
Saginaw Fremont Township $84,011,300.00 2008 -2.4
Montcalm Maple Valley Township $83,958,000.00 2009 -2.8
Berrien Buchanan $83,824,600.00 2009 -22.8
Manistee Bear lake Township $83,787,560.00 2009 -25.8
Montcalm Sidney Township $83,735,400.00 2008 -13.1
Lenawee Deerfield Township $83,728,200.00 2008 -0.9
Multiple Clare $83,355,300.00 2009 -19.6
Cass Dowagiac $83,341,300.00 2008 -30.9
Midland Lincoln Township $83,169,700.00 2008 -10
Kalkaska Coldsprings Township $83,063,500.00 2008 -26.5
Ionia Easton Township $83,053,400.00 2008 -15.9
Alger Munising Township $82,981,400.00 2009 -14.9
Calhoun Athens Township $82,894,455.00 2008 -7.2
Van Buren Bangor Township $82,828,600.00 2009 -6.5
Marquette Republic Township $82,348,220.00 2013 -0.9
Huron Sheridan Township $82,339,600.00 2016 100.1
Oceana Hart Township $82,252,300.00 2009 -9.6
Iosco East Tawas $82,187,400.00 2008 -25.7
Van Buren Waverly Township $82,132,400.00 2008 -15.6
Hillsdale Wright Township $82,101,500.00 2009 -3.4
Sanilac Watertown Township $81,946,700.00 2016 17.7
Lenawee Dover Township $81,718,500.00 2009 -4.5
Montcalm Evergreen Township $81,692,400.00 2008 -23.1
Lenawee Ridgeway Township $81,398,900.00 2008 -6.4
Van Buren Hamilton Township $81,231,550.00 2009 -2
Calhoun Albion $80,988,702.00 2009 -42.1
Allegan Valley Township $80,826,400.00 2008 -19.5
Allegan Otsego $80,689,800.00 2008 -24.6
Mackinac Saint Ignace $80,384,300.00 2008 -30.5
Muskegon Cedar Creek Township $80,375,500.00 2008 -24.7
Calhoun Fredonia Township $80,314,100.00 2010 -6.3
Gratiot Lafayette Township $80,285,800.00 2015 75.9
Alpena Ossineke Township $80,266,100.00 2008 -23.3
Ontonagon Ontonagon Township $80,086,050.00 2009 -26.4
Sanilac Moore Township $79,789,300.00 2015 32
Ogemaw Churchill Township $79,785,200.00 2008 -26.6
Ionia Orange Township $79,604,100.00 2008 -4.9
Sanilac Elk Township $79,454,306.00 2016 13.8
Lenawee Medina Township $79,454,100.00 2016 10.6
Houghton Stanton Township $79,320,000.00 2009 10.7
Branch Sherwood Township $79,225,507.00 2016 3.9
Lenawee Hudson Township $78,901,800.00 2009 -11.9
Tuscola Dayton Township $78,852,616.00 2009 -14.3
Jackson Pulaski Township $78,775,950.00 2009 -6
Lapeer Goodland Township $78,548,209.00 2008 -31.1
Wayne Rockwood $78,537,281.00 2008 -32.5
Montcalm Pine Township $78,235,300.00 2008 -12.4
Allegan Lee Township $78,086,800.00 2008 -33.5
Tuscola Elmwood Township $78,033,000.00 2016 41.1
Huron Huron Township $78,009,100.00 2016 36.7
Gratiot Newark Township $77,807,300.00 2015 36.2
Oceana Grant Township $77,688,400.00 2008 -33.1
Berrien Galien Township $77,548,962.00 2009 0
Otsego Chester Township $77,383,700.00 2008 -28.6
Branch Matteson Township $77,217,960.00 2016 20.7
Eaton Vermontville Township $77,211,700.00 2009 -11.4
Charlevoix Wilson Township $76,972,243.00 2008 -33.3
Ionia Sebewa Township $76,944,920.00 2016 3.9
St. Joseph Leonidas Township $76,940,500.00 2016 23.5
Isabella Lincoln Township $76,808,779.00 2008 -14.6
Bay Pinconning Township $76,631,784.00 2009 -12.3
Calhoun Eckford Township $76,455,030.00 2008 -6.4
Marquette Ely Township $75,721,900.00 2013 15.8
Cheboygan Aloha Township $75,715,200.00 2008 -25.5
Benzie Homestead Township $75,676,915.00 2008 -26.4
Calhoun Springfield $75,671,505.00 2008 -28.9
Sanilac Flynn Township $75,621,195.00 2016 23.5
Muskegon Blue Lake Township $75,534,835.00 2008 -20.1
Allegan Cheshire Township $75,533,500.00 2009 -23.7
Clinton Lebanon Township $75,087,600.00 2016 26.5
Huron Grant Township $74,838,100.00 2016 59.8
Schoolcraft Hiawatha Township $74,837,300.00 2011 -13.6
Eaton Brookfield Township $74,495,886.00 2009 -10
Alcona Hawes Township $74,447,700.00 2008 -38.2
Iosco Grant Township $74,273,900.00 2008 -33.3
Van Buren Arlington Township $74,271,200.00 2009 -10.4
Oceana Newfield Township $74,159,000.00 2008 -28.1
Emmet Readmond Township $74,128,400.00 2008 -41.8
Muskegon Muskegon Heights $74,076,600.00 2008 -54.1
Gratiot North Star Township $73,935,000.00 2015 45.6
Ionia Ronald Township $73,883,000.00 2009 -5.1
Lake Webber Township $73,860,500.00 2012 4.9
Cheboygan Koehler Township $73,846,400.00 2008 -37.2
Muskegon Sullivan Township $73,593,900.00 2008 -18.5
Missaukee Richland Township $73,574,100.00 2016 9.5
Eaton Kalamo Township $73,449,500.00 2008 -15.8
Iron Bates Township $73,390,134.00 2009 -9.3
Saginaw Albee Township $73,053,900.00 2008 -7.5
Alcona Harrisville Township $73,049,800.00 2009 -26.1
St. Clair Brockway Township $73,026,550.00 2008 -28.2
Tuscola Watertown Township $72,706,200.00 2008 -14.1
Hillsdale Allen Township $72,688,975.00 2009 -4.6
Gratiot Seville Township $72,679,100.00 2010 3.3
St. Joseph Sturgis Township $72,659,200.00 2009 1.4
Saginaw Carrollton Township $72,567,200.00 2008 -34.4
Clare Hamilton Township $72,553,700.00 2008 -29.7
Sanilac Custer Township $72,425,174.00 2016 47.4
Shiawassee Sciota Township $72,382,300.00 2008 -18.6
St. Clair Grant Township $72,246,200.00 2008 -23.4
Barry Baltimore Township $72,238,700.00 2009 -12.7
Sanilac Elmer Township $72,168,300.00 2016 40.5
Luce Lakefield Township $72,155,400.00 2008 -19.7
Kent Cedar Springs $72,047,800.00 2009 -8.5
Montcalm Richland Township $71,972,300.00 2008 -26.3
Sanilac Marion Township $71,958,000.00 2014 -0.1
Shiawassee New Haven Township $71,839,592.00 2009 -1
Barry Assyria Township $71,684,000.00 2008 -17.1
Kalkaska Blue Lake Township $71,488,200.00 2009 -24.3
Montmorency Briley Township $71,444,350.00 2008 -25.6
Montcalm Home Township $71,414,600.00 2008 -16.2
Muskegon Montague $71,304,400.00 2008 -27.8
Mason Grant Township $71,288,400.00 2009 -14.7
Hillsdale Camden Township $71,275,210.00 2009 -14.3
Otsego Elmira Township $71,171,500.00 2008 -29.1
Alpena Wilson Township $71,132,700.00 2008 -20.8
Benzie Inland Township $70,877,675.00 2009 -22.9
Jackson Springport Township $70,723,901.00 2008 -10.5
Baraga Arvon Township $70,370,164.00 2011 -8.5
Bay Essexville $70,305,030.00 2008 -26.4
Sanilac Lamotte Township $70,237,600.00 2016 41.5
Presque Isle Krakow Township $70,070,500.00 2008 -31
Cheboygan Munro Township $70,069,300.00 2008 -34.3
Calhoun Tekonsha Township $69,937,200.00 2008 -3.2
Mecosta Chippewa Township $69,926,000.00 2008 -21.1
Huron Bad Axe $69,878,800.00 2008 -36.5
Calhoun Convis Township $69,870,016.00 2009 -4
Tuscola Juniata Township $69,676,000.00 2009 -1.6
Gogebic Marenisco Township $69,301,775.00 2009 -14.1
Schoolcraft Thompson Township $69,136,800.00 2009 -12.7
Lapeer Rich Township $69,075,100.00 2008 -15.5
Isabella Fremont Township $68,968,900.00 2008 -6.1
Saginaw Brant Township $68,963,000.00 2009 -6.7
Kalamazoo Wakeshma Township $68,867,600.00 2010 -2.4
Montcalm Bloomer Township $68,846,200.00 2016 15.5
Alger Burt Township $68,797,962.00 2009 -3.4
Calhoun Burlington Township $68,766,320.00 2009 -7.7
Keweenaw Grant Township $68,612,547.00 2013 5.7
Gratiot Sumner Township $68,398,600.00 2016 20.6
Branch Batavia Township $68,348,798.00 2016 28.4
St. Joseph Mottville Township $68,321,000.00 2015 4.3
Oscoda Comins Township $68,142,900.00 2008 -27.5
Saginaw Brady Township $68,112,200.00 2009 -5.9
Delta Masonville Township $68,087,185.00 2009 -6.3
Ingham White Oak Township $67,930,400.00 2008 -24.1
Houghton Chassell Township $67,479,100.00 2008 -14.7
Grand Traverse Mayfield Township $67,329,710.00 2008 -22.6
Iron Iron River Township $67,082,600.00 2009 -13.7
Chippewa Bay Mills Township $66,919,700.00 2009 -14.6
Midland Warren Township $66,816,600.00 2009 -6.8
Sanilac Evergreen Township $66,769,750.00 2016 33.5
Calhoun Sheridan Township $66,542,300.00 2009 -11.2
Hillsdale Hillsdale Township $66,469,780.00 2008 -25.8
Midland Midland Township $66,412,300.00 2009 -13.1
Hillsdale Pittsford Township $66,370,600.00 2009 -5.7
Tuscola Koylton Township $66,260,727.00 2008 -15.7
Lapeer Burlington Township $66,255,400.00 2009 -16.5
Alpena Green Township $66,240,200.00 2009 -25.8
Menominee Ingallston Township $66,235,500.00 2009 -18.4
Otsego Corwith Township $66,109,200.00 2008 -32
Allegan Clyde Township $65,769,400.00 2008 -17.8
Hillsdale Scipio Township $65,727,550.00 2008 -9.3
Ingham Bunker Hill Township $65,674,800.00 2008 -29.5
Presque Isle Rogers City $65,664,200.00 2008 -25.8
Mecosta Colfax Township $65,512,500.00 2008 -20.3
Keweenaw Eagle Harbor Township $65,291,865.00 2009 -15.6
Kalkaska Bear Lake Township $65,284,600.00 2008 -27.5
Benzie Blaine Township $65,260,991.00 2008 -16.8
Emmet Wawatam Township $65,254,200.00 2008 -27
Branch Bethel Township $64,922,000.00 2016 15
Gratiot Ithaca $64,710,800.00 2009 -19.6
Newaygo Big Prairie Township $64,699,000.00 2008 -33.3
Cheboygan Grant Township $64,650,700.00 2008 -34.4
Sanilac Minden Township $64,541,650.00 2016 68.8
Ogemaw West Branch $64,519,200.00 2008 -17.3
Dickinson Norway Township $64,443,500.00 2015 7.6
Shiawassee Rush Township $64,441,500.00 2008 -3.2
Sanilac Washington Township $64,350,000.00 2008 -7
Sanilac Austin Township $64,284,169.00 2016 45.7
Branch Bronson Township $64,225,629.00 2016 7
Presque Isle Rogers Township $64,146,900.00 2009 -22.4
Menominee Spalding Township $64,015,300.00 2010 3.6
Alcona Mitchell Township $63,809,300.00 2008 -39
Grand Traverse Fife Lake Township $63,785,700.00 2008 -21.7
Bay Garfield Township $63,651,950.00 2009 -1.4
Menominee Harris Township $63,575,258.00 2010 -1.2
Grand Traverse Grant Township $63,058,668.00 2008 -30.8
Crawford Beaver Creek Township $63,040,300.00 2009 -35
Isabella Gilmore Township $62,669,200.00 2008 -17.5
Alpena Sanborn Township $62,651,400.00 2008 -32.4
Tuscola Kingston Township $62,548,800.00 2016 15.5
Muskegon Whitehall Township $62,541,000.00 2008 -19.4
Isabella Vernon Township $62,481,000.00 2008 -3.6
Ionia North Plains Township $62,272,200.00 2010 8.7
Alcona Curtis Township $62,260,600.00 2008 -32.5
Chippewa Detour Township $62,180,000.00 2010 -23.1
Crawford Lovells Township $62,144,700.00 2009 -22
Ogemaw Edwards Township $62,067,800.00 2008 -15.9
Huron Rubicon Township $61,996,600.00 2015 15.5
Tuscola Indianfields Township $61,780,400.00 2008 -63.5
Gladwin Clement Township $61,729,600.00 2008 -28.1
Osceola Hersey Township $61,628,900.00 2008 -21.1
Osceola Evart Township $61,236,300.00 2008 -24.8
Charlevoix Saint James Township $61,233,600.00 2009 -25.6
Gratiot Elba Township $61,198,600.00 2016 15.1
Branch Butler Township $61,028,712.00 2009 -5
Shiawassee Durand $60,997,000.00 2008 -39.1
Sanilac Argyle Township $60,736,400.00 2016 41.5
Calhoun Albion Township $60,691,900.00 2016 1.5
Alger Munising $60,553,150.00 2008 -15.5
Lake Pleasant Plains Township $60,543,100.00 2009 -22.1
Muskegon Holton Township $60,509,200.00 2009 -19
Manistee Pleasanton Township $60,501,600.00 2009 -32.9
Tuscola Wells Township $60,322,500.00 2009 -9.8
Marquette Michigamme Township $60,174,900.00 2012 -5.1
Osceola Rose Lake Township $60,096,900.00 2009 -26
Mason Sheridan Township $60,085,300.00 2009 -23.4
Alger Onota Township $59,970,500.00 2008 -9.5
Hillsdale Litchfield Township $59,922,182.00 2016 12.4
Barry Maple Grove Township $59,901,128.00 2008 -20.2
Mason Branch Township $59,768,450.00 2008 -21.2
Tuscola Novesta Township $59,363,400.00 2009 5
Dickinson Sagola Township $59,224,800.00 2009 -4.6
Sanilac Maple Valley Township $59,088,316.00 2008 -9
Calhoun Clarendon Township $58,954,600.00 2015 6.8
Dickinson Norway $58,854,000.00 2009 -7.5
Huron Fair Haven Township $58,580,600.00 2016 4.4
Calhoun Lee Township $58,568,356.00 2016 1.7
Montcalm Fairplains Township $58,465,600.00 2008 -19.3
Crawford Frederic Township $58,437,969.00 2008 -31.2
Arenac Deep River Township $57,990,494.00 2009 -24.4
Midland Mount Haley Township $57,941,800.00 2008 -1.4
Saginaw Jonesfield Township $57,883,200.00 2016 6
Hillsdale Moscow Township $57,818,100.00 2009 -18
St. Joseph Fawn River Township $57,561,700.00 2015 1.4
Dickinson Waucedah Township $57,371,900.00 2010 12.8
Mason Riverton Township $57,332,700.00 2009 -10.8
Hillsdale Wheatland Township $57,311,340.00 2008 -13.4
Sanilac Bridgehampton Township $57,269,100.00 2016 9.3
Mason Victory Township $57,171,400.00 2009 -18.5
Manistee Norman Township $56,844,250.00 2008 -31.8
Huron McKinley Township $56,730,600.00 2015 48.9
Chippewa Pickford Township $56,720,400.00 2009 -14.3
Shiawassee Corunna $56,567,200.00 2008 -28.1
Gladwin Gladwin $56,497,425.00 2008 -33.4
Clare Sheridan Township $56,387,215.00 2008 -11.7
Shiawassee Middlebury Township $56,290,600.00 2008 -12.3
Montcalm Bushnell Township $56,157,300.00 2008 -7
Hillsdale Fayette Township $56,051,800.00 2008 -55.1
Newaygo Bridgeton Township $56,033,700.00 2008 -22.3
St. Clair Lynn Township $56,024,900.00 2009 -32.1
Muskegon Montague Township $55,810,800.00 2009 -23.3
Iosco Tawas City $55,562,000.00 2009 -27.7
Presque Isle Bearinger Township $55,402,800.00 2008 -33.8
Menominee Nadeau Township $55,318,500.00 2010 -6.9
Sanilac Buel Township $55,264,900.00 2009 -6.1
Sanilac Fremont Township $55,219,500.00 2010 -3.5
Midland Mills Township $55,155,800.00 2009 -15.6
Tuscola Wisner Township $55,106,180.00 2016 66.9
Charlevoix East Jordan $54,789,717.00 2008 -35.1
Ogemaw Ogemaw Township $54,528,300.00 2008 -19.8
Keweenaw Allouez Township $54,489,366.00 2013 5.1
Sanilac Wheatland Township $54,467,100.00 2015 32.5
Presque Isle Ocqueoc Township $54,265,500.00 2008 -33.9
Delta Bark River Township $54,109,400.00 2009 -6.4
Saginaw James Township $53,991,000.00 2008 -18.5
Alcona Haynes Township $53,903,500.00 2009 -37.2
Missaukee Riverside Township $53,838,700.00 2016 9.5
Iosco Tawas Township $53,618,100.00 2008 -28.5
Tuscola Ellington Township $53,561,800.00 2008 -9
Iosco Alabaster Township $53,555,200.00 2008 -30
Clare Freeman Township $53,501,040.00 2008 -29.3
Chippewa Sugar Island Township $53,429,000.00 2009 -13.5
Benzie Gilmore Township $53,353,900.00 2008 -10.9
Delta Garden Township $53,343,645.00 2010 -16
Charlevoix Hudson Township $53,340,565.00 2008 -16.4
Emmet Cross Village Township $53,167,100.00 2008 -41.1
Mecosta Fork Township $53,154,200.00 2008 -20.9
Midland Hope Township $53,149,800.00 2008 -17.2
Schoolcraft Manistique $53,087,400.00 2008 -21.5
Presque Isle Bismarck Township $53,085,500.00 2009 -12.3
Gladwin Hay Township $52,971,200.00 2008 -34
Mecosta Austin Township $52,824,500.00 2008 -19
Gladwin Grout Township $52,824,350.00 2009 -21.1
Bay Mt Forest Township $52,760,550.00 2009 -4.1
Sanilac Speaker Township $52,382,321.00 2008 -23.4
Isabella Rolland Township $52,328,100.00 2009 -1.6
Mecosta Aetna Township $52,166,200.00 2009 -24.2
Cheboygan Beaugrand Township $52,137,752.00 2008 -26
Schoolcraft Doyle Township $52,086,500.00 2008 -24.6
Emmet Maple River Township $52,083,400.00 2008 -31.7
Alpena Maple Ridge Township $51,898,200.00 2008 -29.6
Charlevoix Norwood Township $51,810,600.00 2008 -39.2
Clare Frost Township $51,766,000.00 2008 -34.5
Missaukee Clam Union Township $51,713,400.00 2016 5.2
Midland Jasper Township $51,502,612.00 2010 4.5
Missaukee Reeder Township $51,429,700.00 2008 -0.6
Oceana Weare Township $51,422,600.00 2008 -20.4
Gladwin Beaverton Township $51,037,000.00 2008 -14.2
Newaygo Everett Township $50,977,400.00 2008 -27.8
Arenac Moffatt Township $50,941,100.00 2008 -32.4
Houghton Adams Township $50,924,319.00 2012 14.7
Ogemaw Foster Township $50,846,061.00 2008 -25.4
Gratiot St Louis $50,799,200.00 2008 -28.8
Roscommon Higgins Township $50,729,900.00 2008 -34.6
Iron Iron River $50,632,701.00 2009 -15.6
Mecosta Wheatland Township $50,617,900.00 2008 -18.2
Montcalm Day Township $50,078,300.00 2009 -12
Clare Harrison $49,876,000.00 2008 -31.2
Presque Isle Case Township $49,768,450.00 2008 -26.4
Chippewa Superior Township $49,703,100.00 2009 -7.4
Osceola Richmond Township $49,666,300.00 2008 -20.5
Muskegon Moorland Township $49,658,000.00 2008 -13
Isabella Wise Township $49,632,600.00 2008 -11.8
Delta Nahma Township $49,114,200.00 2009 2.3
Isabella Denver Township $49,017,700.00 2009 -5.5
Ogemaw Rose Township $48,843,500.00 2008 -38.4
Bay Auburn $48,829,850.00 2008 -19.8
Ogemaw Richland Township $48,721,200.00 2008 -12.9
Newaygo Denver Township $48,677,700.00 2008 -25.8
Hillsdale Woodbridge Township $48,620,400.00 2016 11.6
Oceana Hart $48,538,500.00 2008 -24.9
Eaton Potterville $48,472,700.00 2008 -13.2
Missaukee Caldwell Township $48,361,800.00 2008 -23.6
Sanilac Sandusky $48,318,313.00 2008 -45
Sanilac Greenleaf Township $48,160,200.00 2010 4
Houghton Osceola Township $48,079,927.00 2016 19.7
Clare Greenwood Township $47,999,500.00 2008 -28.1
Arenac Standish Township $47,994,575.00 2008 -40.6
Midland Porter Township $47,748,700.00 2010 6.5
Menominee Lake Township $47,554,200.00 2010 -4.8
Wexford Cedar Creek Township $47,350,400.00 2008 -18.5
Arenac Au Gres Township $47,115,000.00 2008 -38
Montcalm Ferris Township $47,090,800.00 2010 -13.5
Newaygo Lincoln Township $46,967,000.00 2008 -23.3
Oscoda Elmer Township $46,891,300.00 2008 -30.1
Menominee Mellen Township $46,822,392.00 2010 -0.7
Mecosta Sheridan Township $46,788,200.00 2008 -31.6
Saginaw Spaulding Township $46,756,950.00 2008 -15.2
Oscoda Mentor Township $46,715,500.00 2009 -28.7
Schoolcraft Inwood Township $46,321,400.00 2008 -18.7
Chippewa Kinross Township $46,263,900.00 2009 -13.9
Oakland Clarkston $46,172,490.00 2008 -30.3
Kalkaska Springfield Township $46,002,500.00 2008 -32
Kalkaska Garfield Township $45,988,500.00 2008 -20
Monroe Luna Pier $45,865,105.00 2008 -63
Cheboygan Nunda Township $45,819,600.00 2008 -36.9
Wexford Springville Township $45,795,375.00 2008 -26.4
Menominee Holmes Township $45,775,172.00 2010 8.7
Branch Gilead Township $45,726,600.00 2016 5.1
Shiawassee Fairfield Township $45,610,800.00 2016 4.9
Marquette Tilden Township $45,550,720.00 2013 7.6
Newaygo Newaygo $45,382,200.00 2008 -22.1
Houghton Schoolcraft Township $45,180,694.00 2010 -6.4
Mecosta Deerfield Township $45,077,500.00 2009 -21.4
Schoolcraft Manistique Township $44,961,600.00 2008 -13.8
Newaygo Lilley Township $44,926,100.00 2008 -20.7
Crawford Grayling $44,312,400.00 2009 -38.3
Mecosta Millbrook Township $44,249,000.00 2009 -19.7
Bay Gibson Township $44,035,800.00 2016 9.3
Gratiot Washington Township $43,802,400.00 2009 3.3
Luce Pentland Township $43,691,200.00 2009 -17.3
Emmet Carp Lake Township $43,640,735.00 2008 -36.1
Osceola Marion Township $43,584,600.00 2008 -21.1
Alger Rock River Township $43,380,800.00 2009 -14.3
Wexford Hanover Township $43,357,500.00 2008 -27
Mackinac Marquette Township $43,226,100.00 2009 -19.7
Mason Custer Township $43,203,400.00 2009 -17.4
Chippewa Rudyard Township $42,947,400.00 2009 -19.9
Manistee Stronach Township $42,906,700.00 2008 -15.3
Osceola Highland Township $42,658,300.00 2009 -18.9
Gogebic Bessemer Township $42,528,705.00 2010 -21.6
Manistee Springdale Township $42,483,600.00 2009 -28.9
Midland Greendale Township $42,483,010.00 2008 -24.3
Huron Harbor Beach $42,441,800.00 2009 -28.9
Genesee Clio $42,398,600.00 2008 -30.6
Mackinac Bois Blanc Township $42,286,700.00 2008 -19.6
Hillsdale Ransom Township $42,157,690.00 2008 -2.5
Alpena Long Rapids Township $42,140,100.00 2008 -19.3
Shiawassee Perry $42,110,600.00 2008 -36.1
Saginaw Lakefield Township $41,671,500.00 2016 13
Kalkaska Boardman Township $41,462,000.00 2008 -31.5
Osceola Lincoln Township $41,405,200.00 2008 -30.6
Missaukee Aetna Township $41,106,800.00 2016 12.9
Gratiot Hamilton Township $41,053,320.00 2016 80
Mason Freesoil Township $40,975,500.00 2009 -17.4
Antrim Star Township $40,818,000.00 2008 -38.3
Chippewa Dafter Township $40,652,100.00 2010 1.1
Osceola Burdell Township $40,593,900.00 2008 -25.1
Midland Geneva Township $40,538,500.00 2009 -6.4
Kalkaska Orange Township $40,538,200.00 2008 -29.9
Iosco Wilber Township $40,534,100.00 2008 -34.5
Kalamazoo Parchment $40,308,231.00 2008 -27.8
Mason Sherman Township $40,200,800.00 2008 -28.5
Oscoda Clinton Township $40,193,000.00 2009 -32.9
Mecosta Hinton Township $40,117,100.00 2008 -18.8
Gladwin Gladwin Township $40,087,900.00 2008 -19.1
Gladwin Sherman Township $40,059,000.00 2009 -27.5
Wexford Wexford Township $40,023,600.00 2009 -22.4
Chippewa Raber Township $39,991,200.00 2008 -26
Montmorency Vienna Township $39,980,700.00 2008 -10.5
Roscommon Nester Township $39,932,000.00 2008 -8.5
Delta Bay De Noc Township $39,878,500.00 2010 -10.9
Houghton Franklin Township $39,774,749.00 2011 8.2
Delta Baldwin Township $39,733,149.00 2010 2.2
Osceola Sherman Township $39,656,200.00 2009 -18.8
Gladwin Buckeye Township $39,456,800.00 2008 -28.1
Kalkaska Excelsior Township $38,987,300.00 2008 -34.3
Ogemaw Logan Township $38,880,050.00 2008 -26.5
Manistee Maple Grove Township $38,692,700.00 2008 -35.1
Clare Franklin Township $38,691,800.00 2008 -32
Menominee Meyer Township $38,577,300.00 2009 -11.7
Marquette West Branch Township $38,513,450.00 2010 3.1
Mason Eden Township $38,495,200.00 2008 -14.9
Branch California Township $38,275,140.00 2009 2.3
Manistee Dickson Township $38,226,260.00 2008 -35.6
Osceola Sylvan Township $38,189,700.00 2009 -26.6
Lake Peacock Township $38,120,700.00 2009 -20.5
Oceana Colfax Township $37,960,300.00 2009 -25.1
Oceana Elbridge Township $37,476,300.00 2008 -18.6
Kalkaska Rapid River Township $37,463,400.00 2008 -34.8
Otsego Dover Township $37,435,200.00 2008 -45.2
Lenawee Hudson $37,286,600.00 2008 -38.6
Montmorency Rust Township $37,205,600.00 2009 -17
Mackinac Newton Township $37,139,450.00 2008 -29.7
Osceola Leroy Township $37,118,300.00 2008 -24.6
Branch Noble Township $36,988,056.00 2016 37.9
Tuscola Vassar $36,976,900.00 2008 -37.5
Osceola Hartwick Township $36,915,900.00 2008 -11
Saginaw Chapin Township $36,843,400.00 2016 13.8
Lake Yates Township $36,817,000.00 2008 -32
Antrim Echo Township $36,758,580.00 2008 -42.4
Lenawee Morenci $36,686,600.00 2008 -30.6
Delta Brampton Township $36,614,853.00 2011 5.2
Mackinac Brevort Township $36,563,900.00 2008 -29.1
Osceola Reed City $36,307,700.00 2008 -27.9
Ogemaw Cumming Township $36,173,500.00 2009 -20
Baraga Spurr Township $36,168,518.00 2009 -10.3
Osceola Orient Township $36,045,200.00 2008 -26.6
Delta Maple Ridge Township $35,841,423.00 2010 -3.4
Lake Sauble Township $35,624,200.00 2008 -22.2
Delta Ensign Township $35,600,000.00 2009 -10.1
Schoolcraft Mueller Township $35,411,000.00 2008 -21.3
Ogemaw Horton Township $35,385,800.00 2008 -28.3
Ontonagon Bergland Township $35,355,150.00 2009 -32.1
Lake Chase Township $35,329,900.00 2008 -22.5
Alcona Gustin Township $35,188,500.00 2009 -26.2
Missaukee Forest Township $35,165,400.00 2008 -22.9
Clare Arthur Township $35,083,154.00 2008 -21
Ingham Leslie $34,921,250.00 2009 -27.7
Arenac Clayton Township $34,732,200.00 2008 -22.2
Sanilac Croswell $34,684,525.00 2008 -40.1
Wexford Colfax Township $34,607,100.00 2008 -19.6
Marquette Humboldt Township $34,277,950.00 2014 -8.1
Mackinac Saint Ignace Township $34,213,370.00 2009 -18.7
Missaukee Lake City $34,136,850.00 2008 -15.9
Saginaw Zilwaukee $34,121,000.00 2008 -28.4
Berrien Coloma $33,840,700.00 2009 -21.7
Arenac Standish $33,659,300.00 2008 -26.8
Marquette Wells Township $33,616,250.00 2016 18.1
Cheboygan Waverly Township $33,577,000.00 2008 -35
Chippewa Trout Lake Township $33,520,300.00 2009 -11.8
Emmet McKinley Township $33,412,200.00 2008 -28.7
Oceana Ferry Township $33,362,100.00 2008 -28.7
Delta Fairbanks Township $33,244,505.00 2009 -10
Presque Isle Allis Township $33,180,100.00 2008 -25.1
Oceana Greenwood Township $33,139,600.00 2008 -22.8
Osceola Osceola Township $33,115,500.00 2009 -25.2
Menominee Cedarville Township $33,103,400.00 2009 -8.6
Benzie Joyfield Township $32,845,900.00 2008 -32.8
Iosco Reno Township $32,826,400.00 2011 -22.7
Cheboygan Mentor Township $32,789,200.00 2008 -29.1
Dickinson Felch Township $32,668,000.00 2009 -6.4
Arenac Au Gres $32,641,200.00 2008 -27.1
St. Clair Yale $32,566,600.00 2008 -36.5
Osceola Middle Branch Township $32,418,950.00 2008 -20.5
Mecosta Grant Township $32,221,300.00 2009 -16
Manistee Cleon Township $32,166,000.00 2009 -25.6
Marquette Skandia Township $31,971,450.00 2009 0.2
Clare Hatton Township $31,940,700.00 2008 -26.5
Ontonagon Carp Lake Township $31,785,900.00 2009 -23.9
Cheboygan Forest Township $31,674,400.00 2008 -34.7
Montmorency Avery Township $31,610,100.00 2010 -16.4
Delta Cornell Township $31,607,900.00 2012 0.3
Presque Isle Posen Township $31,568,400.00 2008 -15.7
Oceana Leavitt Township $31,563,500.00 2008 -19.6
Houghton Hancock Township $31,488,038.00 2016 17.9
Iron Mansfield Township $31,477,200.00 2010 -5.8
Van Buren Hartford $31,467,700.00 2008 -27.9
Arenac Arenac Township $31,406,400.00 2009 -16.8
Sanilac Marlette $31,146,000.00 2008 -41.6
Osceola Evart $31,053,800.00 2008 -28
Menominee Stephenson Township $30,554,600.00 2009 4.6
Alcona Mikado Township $30,317,800.00 2008 -43.4
Arenac Lincoln Township $30,269,100.00 2008 -19.7
Menominee Daggett Township $30,122,600.00 2009 -5.1
Mason Logan Township $30,020,900.00 2009 -32.4
Isabella Coldwater Township $29,938,600.00 2009 -30.1
Manistee Brown Township $29,860,900.00 2009 -31.5
Antrim Jordan Township $29,716,255.00 2008 -37.6
Branch Bronson $29,712,300.00 2008 -23.5
Houghton Elm River Township $29,639,798.00 2009 1.8
Ontonagon Rockland Township $29,630,000.00 2016 12.5
Newaygo Merrill Township $29,486,200.00 2009 -21.1
Lake Newkirk Township $29,472,700.00 2008 -28.6
Iosco Burleigh Township $29,459,500.00 2008 -33.7
Presque Isle North Allis Township $29,349,300.00 2008 -33.4
Oceana Crystal Township $29,260,325.00 2008 -13.7
Benzie Colfax Township $29,254,800.00 2008 -23.9
Lake Ellsworth Township $29,240,000.00 2009 -28.1
Ogemaw Goodar Township $29,238,200.00 2008 -35.6
Arenac Mason Township $28,984,600.00 2008 -15.5
Newaygo Wilcox Township $28,808,800.00 2008 -30.3
Arenac Turner Township $28,635,200.00 2009 -8.7
Ogemaw Klacking Township $28,550,700.00 2010 -25.4
Hillsdale Litchfield $28,378,700.00 2009 -18.5
Baraga Covington Township $28,373,017.00 2009 -16.7
Gogebic Bessemer $28,185,765.00 2009 -16.8
Newaygo Goodwell Township $28,061,000.00 2008 -25.9
Oakland Royal Oak Township $27,923,900.00 2008 -57.6
Clare Winterfield Township $27,903,400.00 2008 -18.1
Kalamazoo Galesburg $27,808,800.00 2008 -27.9
Emmet Center Township $27,751,000.00 2008 -34.3
Presque Isle Belknap Township $27,715,700.00 2008 -24.1
Shiawassee Laingsburg $27,592,950.00 2008 -20.8
Dickinson Breen Township $27,573,700.00 2010 -0.1
Berrien Watervliet $27,253,800.00 2009 -30.5
Huron Pointe Aux Barques Township $27,242,800.00 2009 -12.9
Genesee Mount Morris $27,064,600.00 2008 -51.1
Benzie Platte Township $26,870,700.00 2008 -32.6
Osceola Cedar Township $26,751,900.00 2010 -25.9
Alger Mathias Township $26,656,700.00 2009 -18.8
Houghton Laird Township $26,326,278.00 2009 9.7
Wexford Antioch Township $26,283,600.00 2009 -34.6
Grand Traverse Union Township $26,168,500.00 2009 -24.7
Van Buren Bangor $26,138,100.00 2009 -31.6
Newaygo Barton Township $25,990,100.00 2008 -34.4
Marquette Champion Township $25,633,450.00 2016 33.8
Multiple Memphis $25,602,458.00 2008 -31.1
Iosco Sherman Township $25,211,000.00 2008 -34.6
Cheboygan Ellis Township $25,175,000.00 2008 -36.7
Alger Limestone Township $25,170,000.00 2009 -1.6
Gogebic Wakefield $25,113,008.00 2009 -9.9
Saginaw Marion Township $24,946,525.00 2010 -2.3
Emmet Bliss Township $24,849,500.00 2008 -30.7
Montcalm Carson City $24,845,700.00 2009 -70.2
Ontonagon Stannard Township $24,819,100.00 2009 -21.8
Missaukee West Branch Township $24,731,100.00 2008 -18.7
Iron Crystal Falls $24,587,675.00 2010 -13.2
Wexford South Branch Township $24,529,200.00 2009 -19.5
Crawford Maple Forest Township $24,522,600.00 2008 -27.6
Missaukee Butterfield Township $24,448,200.00 2008 -16.4
Lake Eden Township $24,028,500.00 2008 -24.6
Newaygo Beaver Township $23,881,500.00 2008 -22.4
Monroe Petersburg $23,817,900.00 2008 -26.8
Montcalm Stanton $23,719,100.00 2009 -22.3
Gladwin Bentley Township $23,712,200.00 2008 -27
Missaukee Norwich Township $23,606,600.00 2008 -38.9
Iron Hematite Township $23,554,400.00 2009 -9.4
Marquette Richmond Township $23,496,100.00 2010 -0.8
Alcona Millen Township $23,460,400.00 2008 -43.6
Cheboygan Wilmot Township $23,367,400.00 2008 -30.7
Genesee Montrose $23,333,150.00 2008 -35.2
Wexford Boon Township $23,183,400.00 2009 -23.4
Oceana Otto Township $23,093,600.00 2008 -30.2
Wexford Slagle Township $22,872,000.00 2008 -25.6
Presque Isle Pulawski Township $22,813,000.00 2008 -18.2
Menominee Faithorn Township $22,469,500.00 2010 -7
Gogebic Wakefield Township $22,445,311.00 2009 -13.3
Gladwin Bourret Township $22,270,400.00 2008 -38.6
Wexford Greenwood Township $22,224,700.00 2008 -17.4
Ontonagon Greenland Township $22,027,200.00 2009 -20.8
Lake Pinora Township $21,940,800.00 2008 -30.4
Clare Redding Township $21,836,520.00 2008 -25.6
Allegan Fennville $21,623,600.00 2009 -28.6
Arenac Adams Township $21,612,500.00 2009 -15.3
Newaygo Norwich Township $21,531,400.00 2008 -32.3
Wexford Liberty Township $21,528,400.00 2008 -22.4
Lake Dover Township $21,301,200.00 2009 -14.1
Montmorency Loud Township $21,176,200.00 2008 -13.1
Bay Pinconning $21,167,700.00 2009 -25.4
Multiple Brown City $20,699,778.00 2008 -42.5
Ontonagon Haight Township $20,374,400.00 2009 -16.4
Missaukee Bloomfield Township $20,146,200.00 2008 -24.3
Mason Scottville $19,897,800.00 2008 -30.8
Menominee Gourley Township $19,854,300.00 2010 5.1
Missaukee Mcbain $19,726,000.00 2009 -21.7
Alpena Wellington Township $19,723,200.00 2008 -34.6
Missaukee Pioneer Township $19,306,800.00 2008 -20.2
Huron Gore Township $19,250,800.00 2016 11.3
Manistee Marilla Township $19,048,100.00 2009 -35.1
Houghton Duncan Township $18,469,967.00 2009 4.4
Newaygo Home Township $18,377,000.00 2008 -38.9
Presque Isle Metz Township $17,915,200.00 2008 -21.8
Mason Meade Township $17,850,800.00 2009 -32
Antrim Chestonia Township $17,817,035.00 2008 -44
Presque Isle Moltke Township $17,791,500.00 2008 -21.9
Clare Summerfield Township $17,699,100.00 2008 -31.5
Gladwin Beaverton $17,655,425.00 2009 -22.8
Ontonagon McMillan Township $17,407,200.00 2009 -21
Midland Coleman $17,251,400.00 2008 -29
Newaygo Monroe Township $17,127,600.00 2008 -36.4
Missaukee Enterprise Township $17,101,500.00 2008 -11.6
Antrim Warner Township $17,100,400.00 2008 -43.2
Lake Cherry Valley Township $16,947,800.00 2009 -19.2
Eaton Olivet $16,752,296.00 2009 -24.7
Wexford Manton $16,724,400.00 2008 -28.3
Schoolcraft Germfask Township $16,672,900.00 2008 -25.1
Newaygo White Cloud $16,609,800.00 2008 -39.5
Lake Sweetwater Township $16,571,600.00 2009 -30.1
Cheboygan Hebron Township $16,313,000.00 2008 -29.8
Newaygo Grant $16,274,500.00 2008 -26
Menominee Stephenson $16,110,000.00 2011 -3.7
Alcona Harrisville $15,885,700.00 2009 -30.4
Kalkaska Oliver Township $15,698,200.00 2009 -11.6
Roscommon Backus Township $15,665,200.00 2008 -25.3
Luce Columbus Township $14,999,700.00 2009 -12.4
Schoolcraft Seney Township $14,765,700.00 2008 -27.8
Hillsdale Reading $14,348,200.00 2008 -19.4
Van Buren Gobles $13,785,900.00 2008 -23.3
Keweenaw Houghton Township $13,682,025.00 2009 -21.8
Missaukee Holland Township $13,457,800.00 2008 -15.6
Ontonagon Interior Township $13,413,310.00 2009 -17.6
Gogebic Erwin Township $13,280,462.00 2009 -20.8
Ontonagon Bohemia Township $13,224,459.00 2009 -14.6
Charlevoix Chandler Township $12,999,100.00 2009 -36.8
Iron Caspian $12,811,550.00 2009 -12.1
Newaygo Troy Township $12,784,500.00 2008 -34.4
Chippewa Hulbert Township $12,726,000.00 2009 -14.1
Marquette Ewing Township $12,340,900.00 2016 13.2
Presque Isle Onaway $12,241,600.00 2008 -36
Mackinac Hudson Township $12,220,689.00 2008 -31.8
Ontonagon Matchwood Township $11,999,532.00 2009 -15.1
Roscommon Au Sable Township $11,688,100.00 2009 -26.7
Ogemaw Rose City $10,820,200.00 2008 -37.9
Dickinson West Branch Township $10,314,700.00 2009 3.9
Chippewa Chippewa Township $9,833,700.00 2008 -13.2
Oakland Novi Township $9,816,860.00 2008 -21.2
Mackinac Hendricks Township $9,678,154.00 2009 -5.3
Marquette Turin Township $9,535,650.00 2010 4.4
Houghton Quincy Township $8,561,552.00 2016 17.3
Wexford Henderson Township $8,548,900.00 2008 -22.8
Cheboygan Walker Township $8,442,000.00 2008 -37.2
Gladwin Grim Township $7,885,200.00 2009 -22.5
Keweenaw Sherman Township $7,477,152.00 2010 20
Alger Grand Island Township $5,366,700.00 2009 -6.5
Iosco Whittemore $4,999,800.00 2008 -24.5
Iron Gaastra $4,772,388.00 2009 -12.4
Arenac Omer $4,228,100.00 2008 -40
Saginaw Zilwaukee Township $3,757,500.00 2009 -16.9

Source: Michigan Department of Treasury taxable value reports

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Mike Wilkinson

Mike Wilkinson is Bridge’s computer-assisted reporting specialist. He can be reached at mwilkinson@bridgemi.com.

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Jarrett Skorup
Mon, 03/20/2017 - 9:18am

Michigan suffered one of the worse 10-year periods of any state in 100 years, so, yes, that eventually led to a decline in local government revenue. But, it should be noted, property tax revenue is higher (adjusted for inflation) than it was 10 years ago: https://www.mackinac.org/21218

Michigan household income plummeted nearly 20% during the "lost decade." Local governments didn't see anything near that dramatic and, in fact, weathered the storm pretty well (and revenue is going back up).

TJ Andrews
Mon, 03/20/2017 - 9:28am

Although the first Table shows Traverse City as the 2nd largest "gainer" (with 14.8% increase since 2008), the map & database show Traverse City as a "loser" (with 1.1% decrease since 2008). I would believe the Table over the Database, at least in parts of Traverse City. But either way, it seems the reported results at least for Traverse City are inconsistent.

Mike Wilkinson
Mon, 03/20/2017 - 4:13pm

TJ: Sorry it wasn't more clear. The increase referenced in the table was for 'taxable value', not assessed value, which has declined 1.1 percent in city.

Rich
Mon, 03/20/2017 - 9:34am

Once again, Bridge tries to confuse the readers by talking about taxable values, real property values, and choosing or not to include new construction. For a fact, the check I write twice a year has never, not even once, been smaller than the previous year. We have paid an assessment for mismanaged municipal pensions, plus millage increases for who knows what and increased assessments each making my out of pocket costs larger each year. Put some clarity in your writing.

Marion
Mon, 03/20/2017 - 10:46am

I was thinking the same thing, Rich. It seems like I pay way too much every year - I never saw a decrease in taxes, and I'm sure my neighbors did not either, so how can these cities have suffered so? They make up for it with other than property taxes to make sure they get theirs.

M. Wilkinson
Mon, 03/20/2017 - 12:57pm

Rich, the municipal level values do in fact include new construction because they would be included in a community's real estate values.

JohnChas
Tue, 03/21/2017 - 12:52pm

Neither Rich or Marion's observation about not paying reduced local (city, school & county property based) taxes is correct and leads me to wonder if they even look at their tax bills. Local taxes are tied to property values / assessments and they have been going down since the 2008 housing bust with concurrent reductions in property taxes. In fact the main reason for the decline in local services is the loss of revenue due to declining property values. This impacts local government & school system funding and is worsened by the decline in revenue sharing by the republican dominated government in Lansing. Good government costs money, so does quality schools. If you willfully reduce revenues out of political orthodoxy & ignorance including the current misguided push to eliminate the state income tax you get failed states like Kansas with its declining schools and failing infrastructure. If the point is accountability then push for transparency in election financing & governing decisions regardless of your political leanings. Then we can debate real things and not smoke & mirrors.

Rich
Tue, 03/21/2017 - 2:32pm

Sorry John, but I follow my tax expenditures to the penny. Every year, the check I write has increased. The SEV which is one half the assessment may have decreased in the down years, but the taxable value of my property has always increased. And if Headlee kicks in to limit millages, then something else is added. In 2015 it was an assessment to pay for a poorly managed pension fund in some adjoining district. In 2017 it will be another 2% to pay to intermediate school districts so that they can divide the funds and take money from my school district and give it to some other district. The appetite of governments for money is insatiable. For those of us without pensions, it is a pain in the ....

Matt
Tue, 03/21/2017 - 9:59pm

If you weren't so busy trying to concoct ways to blame the Republicans for your imagined problems and learned about how taxable and assessed values worked you'd understand that the statements you disparage are likely in fact correct.

BG
Mon, 03/20/2017 - 9:34am

Fascinating article & charts. Thank you for publishing this... I do wonder how these property values compare to historic prices? Is it fair to consider prices in 2008, since they were so inflated? There was a huge housing "bubble" in 2008. Can we look at the inflation adjusted prices in the 2000 / 1990's? I realize that might be challenging, but it's an idea to get a clearer picture of what happened in Michigan, and this seems to exaggerate the loss in value, since it doesn't consider the overvaluation that was happening.

Bob F.
Mon, 03/20/2017 - 10:30am

Michigan's housing bubble was NOT like the national bubble. We never saw the kinds of spikes and speculative development that other parts of the country saw. As for regained home values, we just surpassed peak levels reached prior to the housing recession. And, quite frankly, are looking at major housing shortages in many parts of the state. One way communities can regain revenue is to grow their housing base. Instead, many are putting up barriers to new housing development. Go figure.

Jeff
Mon, 03/20/2017 - 11:05am

2008 is the worst comparison to use. Property values were on such a speculative climb and became so over inflated, it was ridiculous. I would submit you need to go back to maybe the late 90's to get an accurate picture. I see some similar things beginning to happen again. Every house which has sold in the last few years within a few miles of me has gone for full price or more and sold within a week of being listed.

Robert
Mon, 03/20/2017 - 2:12pm

None of this should come as a surprise. Taxable values may never exceed true cash value. As a consequence, after 2008 and 2009, we saw values drop like a rock. However, under Proposal A, increases in taxable value may never exceed the greater of the rate of inflation or 5%. While inflation has hovered around 2%-3% per year since 2008, the value of real estate in
some of our more vibrant communities has exceeded that. This, coupled with a number of legislative carve-outs to the uncapping provisions, means that much of our real estate inventory is being taxed at well below true cash value.

Kevin Grand
Mon, 03/20/2017 - 2:23pm

Hmmmmmm, still no mention of OPEB on the other side of the equation municipalities keep finding themselves in?

Why is that, Mr. Wilkinson?

John Q. Public
Mon, 03/20/2017 - 9:07pm

The places in Gratiot County and the thumb area with increases over 20% are fueled largely by huge increases in the agricultural class. That is a result, I suspect, not of cash crops and livestock becoming more lucrative, but of "wind farm" owners needing more and more places to site their turbines, and the generous lease payments they offer to get them.

David Zeman
Tue, 03/21/2017 - 9:10am

That's what we assumed, as well, John Q. Come back Thursday for the answer to your question. 

John Q. Public
Mon, 03/20/2017 - 9:18pm

How much property is exempt in 2016 that was assessable in 2008? An awful lot of personal property comes immediately to mind. Rick Jones currently has a bill proposing to exempt the property of Masonic Lodges. The legislature seldom turns down a request to gut the base further.