What is the millage rate?
Each governing body that levies property taxes sets its own millage rate annually. Usually, a city charter or a vote of the electorate has determined the maximum number of mills each governing body can levy. A mill represents $1 per $1000 of taxable value.

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1. Who pays property taxes?
2. How are property taxes calculated?
3. What is the taxable value?
4. What is the millage rate?
5. Who does the City of East Lansing collect property taxes for?
6. What would the property taxes be for an owner-occupied home that was valued at $200,000?
7. What is the difference in taxes if a property does not have a Principal Residence Exemption?
8. When are taxes due?
9. Who do I call if I have a question about taxes?