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The general property tax funds school districts, townships, villages, cities, and counties of the state. The tax rate, or millage, is the number of dollars the property owner must pay for each $1,000 of taxable value. This rate varies by local unit, but certain statewide constitutional and statutory restrictions exist.
Your property tax is determined by multiplying your total local millage rate by your taxable value. The Michigan Department of Treasury now has a property tax estimator on its website.
Clinton Township residents are served by five local school districts, thus summer millage rates are not the same throughout the Township.