How do I determine whether my parcel can be split or combined with additional parcels?

Land divisions are subject to review Building, Treasury, and Assessing Departments. The application to split or combine lots includes a checklist of supporting documentation required. The deadline for implementation in the following year is December 1. (Ex-for 2023 implementation the deadline for the application is December 1, 2022).

The Township does not conduct mid-year parcel changes, all changes are processed in February of the implementation year.  Whether or not the property is buildable would be subject to Township ordinances, as well as the Land Division Act of 1997. The Assessing Department can assist you with any questions regarding the Land Division process and all applications must be submitted to the Assessor prior to the deadline date. Questions regarding the buildable status would be answered by the Building Department. 

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1. How can I get general property data such as: year built, square footage, and building data?
2. How can I get general assessing information such as: taxpayer of record, parcel number, assessed value, taxable value and legal description?
3. I have just purchased a home in Redford and have been given forms to file with the Township. What do I need to do?
4. I have just purchased a home and understand I need to file some forms with the Township. What forms do I need to file and where can I obtain the forms?
5. I am thinking about purchasing a home in Redford Township, how can I estimate the amount of property tax I will be paying?
6. What is my tax rate?
7. How do I appeal my assessment?
8. How do I determine whether my parcel can be split or combined with additional parcels?
9. I am adding an addition/garage/deck/shed, etc. to my home. How much additional property tax will I have to pay?
10. What if I build a shed or other building addition without pulling a building permit, will my taxes increase?