Assessing services are provided through a contractual agreement with Ottawa County. Ottawa County Equalization Director Michael Galligan serves as the Township Assessor. Assessing Division Manager Joshua Morgan is the primary point of contact and is available at the Township Hall on Wednesday afternoons from 1:00pm to 4:30pm or by appointment.
The Ottawa County Assessing Division can be reached at 616-846-8262 during customary business hours or via email to email@example.com.
Land Valuation & Economic Condition Factors
The valuation of land and calculation of economic condition factors are performed annually by the assessor’s office. These rates and factors are integral to quality assessments and are used to adjust assessments to the local market. If you have questions regarding the interpretation or use of this data, please contact the assessor’s office.
Poverty Exemption Information
A person who is unable to pay property taxes by reason of poverty may apply for exemption provided they meet the federal income guidelines and pass the asset test defined in the following resolution. If you meet the defined criteria, please return the application, and required attachments to the assessor’s office. If you have questions on the application, please contact the assessor’s office.
Find assessing records for your property online
Search for Crockery Township under the look-up for municipalities. From there you will fill in the appropriate information to obtain your desired information.
If you are not the property owner, charges may apply.