Income and Asset Test Guidelines for Property Tax Relief — The following income level and asset tests will be used by the local Assessor’s Board of Review in helping to determine potential eligibility for a claim of hardship and relief from the payment of property taxes. The property owner pursuing this must file the State of Michigan Application for MCL 211.7u Poverty Exemption (Form 5737) and any other documentation requested by the Board of Review.
State of Michigan Application for MCL 211.7u Poverty Exemption (Form 5737)
State of Michigan Affirmation of Ownership and Occupancy to Remain Exempt by Reason of Poverty (Form 5739)
Fees for various applications, permits, documents, and cemetery lots
Agenda for current, upcoming Fire Rescue Board meeting. Updated in advance of each meeting.
RESTATEMENT OF OLIVE TOWNSHIP ZONING ORDINANCE (Incorporating Zoning Text Amendment Ordinances prior to September 22, 2017) (Previously Restated on November 1, 2015, March 6, 2013, March 2, 2012, November 11, 2010, January 11, 2010, December 5, 2007, March 31, 2007 & March 9, 2005)
Olive Township Ordinance No. 2017-02, Effective 12-24-2017 – An Ordinance to regulate open burning and related matters in Olive Township; to provide for penalties for ordinance violations; and to provide for an effective date of this ordinance.
When purchasing a piece of property, either improved or vacant, you are required by law to file with your local government an Principal Residence Exemption (PRE) Affidavit
Olive Township Cemetery — 116th Avenue & Taylor Street