How can I tell what city or township my property is in from my PIN?
The first two numbers indicate the jurisdiction (city or township) your property is located in. Following is the key:
01-Delaware Township
02-Elbow lake township
03-Elk Lake Township
04-Erdahl Township
05-Gorton Township
06-Land Township
07-Lawrence Township
08-Lien Township
09-Logan Township
10-Macsville Township
11-North Ottawa Township
12-Pelican Lake Township
13-Pomme De Terre Township
14-Roseville Township
15-Sanford Township
16-Stony Brook Township
17-Ashby City
18-Barrett City
19-Elbow Lake City
20-Herman City
21-Hoffman City
22-Norcross City
23-Wendell City

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1. Will my Estimated Market Value go up if I repair my property?
2. What if I don't let the assessor inside my house?
3. What can I do if I think the Estimated Market Value is too high?
4. Why has my value gone up?
5. How do I get my land surveyed?
6. What is the responsibility of the Assessor in the property tax system?
7. Does the Estimated Market Value increase at the same rate on all properties?
8. How do I schedule a review of my property?
9. How are my Real Estate taxes determined?
10. I haven't changed anything. Why do you have to come to my house?
11. What will happen to my Estimated Market Value if I improve my property?
12. How is market value estimated?
13. Who qualifies for Homestead?
14. Can my Estimated Market Value change even if the assessor has not been inside my property?
15. How can I tell what city or township my property is in from my PIN?
16. What is Estimated Market Value (EMV)?
17. What is a Property Identification Number (PIN)?
18. I have had fire or storm damage to my house. Should I contact the assessor's office?