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Assessing and Land Division

Brooke Milbrandt is the Drummond Township Assessor.

 She can be reached at: 

Phone: (906) 322-6625

Katie Chipman-Bergsma is the Assessor Assistant.  She can be reached at (906) 440-2257

The assessor holds office hours at the township hall on the 1st & 3rd Wednesday of each month from 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.  She is also  available  by appointment. 

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Responsibilities and Forms


The Assessor is responsible for identifying and valuing all taxable real and personal property within Drummond Township in accordance with Michigan’s General Property Tax Laws. The Assessor maintains property record information for every parcel of property within Drummond Township including legal descriptions and physical improvements to parcels including commercial, industrial and residential buildings, and accessory structures. The Assessor also maintains taxpayer record information, received in various forms, such as Deeds, Property Transfer Affidavits, Homeowner’s Principal Residence Exemption Affidavits and other related documents.

Frequently Asked Questions


Address Application:

Property Protest: Form 4031 July December Board of Review Affidavit.pdf


Disabled Veterans:

Personal Property: 5076-Affidavit to Claim Small Business Tax Exemption

Poverty:  5737 - Application for Poverty Exemption

​Principal Residence:



Land Division

The Assessor also performs the function of Land Division Administrator.  The Land Division Administrator is charged with the review and approval of unplatted splits in accordance with the Land Division Act (Public Act 591 of 1996, MCL 560.101 et seq]. The Township must approve or disapprove the proposed division with 45 days after the filing of a complete application for division with the Assessor/Administrator.


Land Division: 3278 - the Right to Make a Division of Land

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