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THE NEXT SCHEDULED BOARD MEETING WILL BE HELD ON TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19 AT 7PM THERE WILL BE A PUBLIC HEARING ON SEPTEMBER 19 AT 7PM FOR THE PROPOSED TOWNSHIP BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 2018 Click on the following link for the full agenda: Public Hearing 9-19-17

SUMMER 2017 TAXES ARE DUE THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 2017. You can pay your taxes by mail or by stopping in the township office at 6582 Byron Rd, Zeeland MI 49464. VAN ZOEREN WOODS  - CLOSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE Please do not use the park while we finish clearing out the dead trees. Parties interested in
obtaining permission to harvest the felled tree tops should contact Supervisor Nykamp for
permission and waiver. Email Supervisor: Glenn.Nykamp@zeelandtwp.org

Zeeland Township is a beautiful Township which shows pride in its historic background and its strong religious heritage. The Township, named after the Province of Zeeland in the Netherlands, was settled in 1847 by a group of 457 courageous settlers who were seeking religious and political freedom. Despite many hardships, the colony survived due to the strong faith and dedicated efforts of those who settled in this wilderness.

2017 SUMMER TAX BILLS
Tax bills were mailed the first week of July; if you did not receive a tax bill please contact our office at 616-772-6701.  Summer taxes are due September 14, 2017.

2016 SUMMER & WINTER PROPERTY TAX PAYMENTS ARE NOW PAST DUE
Payments for 2016 Taxes can be accepted at the Ottawa County Treasurers Office.  Call 616-994-4501 for amount owing.


 

 

 

Mailing Address:  6582 Byron Road Zeeland, MI 49464
Phone:  (616) 772-6701
Fax:  (616) 772-1857
Hours:  8:30 am - 5:00 pm Monday
   8:30 am - 5:00 pm Tuesday
   8:30 am - 12:00 pm Wednesday
   8:30 am - 5:00 pm Thursday
   8:30 am - 12:00 pm Friday
   
General E-mail: info@zeelandtwp.org

Property Information

Property Tax and Assessment
Click on the above link for your property information.
"Current Tax" will allow you to see property tax owing as well as tax payment history. 

"Assessing Information" will show you your property's value and whether or not you have the Principal Residents Exemption.