Office of Assessing

Assessments are most importantly used in conjunction with the millage rates adopted by the various legislative bodies to generate property taxes guaranteeing revenues for the operation of all local governing units.

Online Assessment Information

Assessing information is available online. This allows those with access to the Internet the ability to search by parcel number, property address, or comparable building attribute, in order to obtain general assessment, building appraisal and tax information 24 hours a day. The PDF image of the hand-drawn building sketch was last updated in 2018, which may not match current data indicated on this record.

Today's economic conditions warrant up-to-date data from the sale and development of both vacant and occupied land. The assessment roll provides the information required to ensure proper growth in our community.

Did You Know...

The average selling price for a single family, residential home in Sterling Heights in 2017 was $188,900 and the median sale price was $185,000, representing a positive change of 5.7% from 2016 levels.

2017 single family residential sales totaled $375,620,140 with 1,988 transactions.