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Novi, Michigan
Novi, Michigan
Assessing Department

Department Info

15915 Southfield Rd
Allen Park, MI 48101-2512

Tony Fuoco
Christine Kuhn

Deputy Assessor:
Christine A. Jahns


The Assessing Department keeps records on all properties including land and buildings.
The Department is responsible for the valuation of all residential, commercial, industrial and personal property each year as of Tax Day. The General Property Tax Act defines “Tax Day” as December 31 of the immediate preceding year and states that the taxable status of all properties for a tax year shall be determined as of that day.
Inquiries with the Assessor’s office include:
Legal descriptions and lot sizes
  • Lot splits and combinations
  • Ownership of property
  • Personal property
  • Property tax estimates
  • Disabled Veterans Exemptions
Information regarding the assessed value, taxable value and homestead status can be found on the link below.


The mission of the City of Allen Park Assessor is to appraise and assess all properties and perform related assessment administration functions as required by the State of Michigan. The Assessor’s Office must continue to strive to maintain fair and equitable assessment practices and perform them in an efficient and professional manner as expected by the citizens of the City of Allen Park.


Assessor:   Christine Kuhn


Deputy Assessor: Christine A. Jahns 

Christine A. JahnsChristine Jahns was appointed in January of 2013 as Deputy Assessor for the City of Allen Park. Christine is certified as a Michigan Advanced Assessing Officer by the Michigan State Tax Commission.