Property Tax Information
Property Tax Collection
Cities and Townships in Marquette County send out property tax bills July 1 and December 1 of every year. These taxes are payable to the Township and City Treasurers until March 1 of the following year, at which point they are turned over to the County Treasurer and considered delinquent. Only real property taxes are turned over to the County Treasurer. City and township treasurers continue to collect delinquent personal property taxes.
If you have a question regarding current taxes, or need to report a change of address, please contact your city or township treasurer. For a listing of Township and City Treasurers, click here.
If you would like to look up property tax information on-line, click here.
If you have a question regarding delinquent taxes, please contact the Marquette County Treasurer at 906-225-8425, or to visit the Treasurer's web site, click here.
If you have a question regarding the taxable or assessed value of your property, contact your city or township assessor. For a listing of assessors, click here.
2017 Marquette County Millage Rates
If you know the taxable value of your property, you can use the millage rates below to get an estimate of your property taxes. Find the city or township and school district in which the property is located in the chart below. If the property is your principal residence, use the PRE tax rate; if it is not your principal residence, use the NON-PRE tax rate. Divide the millage rate by 1,000 and multiply by your taxable value. For example, if a property is a principal residence, with a taxable value of 50,000, and is located in Humboldt Township, in the NICE school district, annual property taxes would be $1,355.91 (50,000 X 27.1181/1,000). Millage rates are considered final as of October 2017. Use this table for estimating only.
|City of Ishpeming||Ishpeming||44.8668||62.8668|
|City of Marquette||Marquette||34.5726||52.5726|
|City of Negaunee||Negaunee||41.7776||59.7776|
|West Branch Township||Gwinn||21.2000||39.2000|