Questions and issues relating to assessments should be directed to Township Assessor Pamela Chipman at 906-440-2799. To encourage open communication I have established weekly office hours with my Assessing Clerk Amber Pietrangelo at the Bruce Township Hall. You can also get in touch by phone or email, with the option of requesting a phone call or meeting with me directly. Office hours noon-4pm Wednesdays at Township Hall, 906-440-2735 or by email at email@example.com
Questions concerning property tax due dates, late payment penalties, tax payment receipts, and similar procedural issues should be directed to Township Treasurer Ruth LaJoie at 906-635-3058 ext 3.
Taxes are paid to the “Bruce Township Treasurer”. The winter taxes are due February 28 and summer taxes are due September 14.
- Michigan Homeowner’s Principal Residence Exemption Affidavit Form (PDF)
- Bruce Township Principal Residence Exemption Form (PDF)
Visit Chippewa County Equalization Department’s online Property Tax Estimator. The Estimator will calculate approximations of property taxes based upon past year tax rates for the selected township.
At this time, the office is closed due to the Health Department Restrictions.
The Bruce Township tax bills have been mailed, they are due by Feb.28, 2021, after that date they will be sent to the Chippewa County Treasurer. Due to the Covid-19 Virus Pandemic, Bruce Township is requesting that payments be sent by mail, put in the drop box at the Bruce Township Office, or they can be paid by credit card online. You can find that information on our Web Site, Bruce township.net. The escrow requests for your tax amounts have been sent to your bank or credit union. This year it was done digital, therefore you received your statement, showing the amount the escrow will pay for your winter taxes.