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Briley Township Hall
Call 989-785-4050 or Fax 989-785-4186
Monday – Thursday
9:30 am – 4:30 pm
Office is Closed on Fridays
If you have any questions, please call the township office at (989) 785-4050.
Briley Township Hall is located at 12423 Jerome Street, Atlanta, MI 49709
The Briley Township Cemetery is located just west of Atlanta on M-32. Cemetery lots may be purchased at the township office. To purchase a cemetery lot or for burial information, please contact the township office at (989) 785-4050.
Tax information is available by calling the Township Treasurer
To look up tax information – click here.
Summer Taxes: Payable July 1st thru September 14th without interest or penalty. Beginning September 15th a 1% per month interest fee will be added to the unpaid balance Payments received on or after February 15th are subject to an additional 3% penalty
Winter Taxes: Payable December 1st thru February 14th without interest or penalty. Payments received on or after February 15th are subject to an additional 3% penalty.
Delinquent Taxes: Beginning March 1st all unpaid property taxes are delinquent and must be paid to the:
Montmorency Co. Treasurer’s Office
12265 M-32 / PO Box 789
Atlanta, Michigan 49709
Township Tax Assessor is Alan Berg
March Board of Review The only time of year that a property owner may appeal their property valuation is at the March Board of Review.
Times and dates for the review which must be held during the week of the 2nd Monday in March, are contained in the Assessment Change Notice mailed to you in February.
Following a determination by the board, a property owner becomes eligible to further their appeal to the Michigan Tax Tribunal. This further appeal must be received by the Michigan Tax Tribunal on or before the 30th of June following the Board of Review decision.
The July Board of Review is held on the Tuesday following the 3rd Monday of the month, and is a time to correct clerical errors and mutual mistakes only. No property valuation appeals are allowed at this time.
The December Board of Review is held on the Tuesday following the 3rd Monday of the month, and is a time to correct clerical errors and mutual mistakes only. No property valuation appeals are allowed at this time.
Zoning is the governmental regulation of the use of land. The purpose of zoning is to function as a tool to implement a community’s master plan: ensure the compatibility of land uses, protect natural resources and protect property values. Zoning involves adopting a zoning ordinance that divides the community into various districts or zones. Zoning specifies the permitted land use, such as residential, commercial or industrial, within each zone.
For more information please contact the Briley Township Zoning Administration Enforcement Officer at 989-785-4050.
Briley Township’s Zoning Ordinance was adopted on April 8th 1976, and was amended twenty one times since it became effective on June 8th, 1976.
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