FAQs

What should I enter for the search criteria?

Owner Name

If you enter the letters DAV, the search will return all parcels whose owner's last names begin with DAV (example - DAVIS). Enter the owner's last name followed by a space before entering their first name. First names are always optional and are commonly abbreviated so you may have better results by entering the last name only.

Street Number

Enter the address number of the physical address located on the property you are searching for (example: 5480).

Street Name

Enter the name of the street only. - Often, the type of road (road, street, trail, court) and directional (north, south, east, west) are abbreviated and can be omitted from your search.

Parcel Number

Entering a parcel number such as 74-20-006 will return all of the parcels beginning with 74-20-006. Enter the dashes (-) in the parcel number to match the format 74-XX-XXXX-XXX (no spaces between dashes are needed).

Please note that multiple fields cannot be searched at the same time.  So, only the active box (when you hit ENTER) or the item that you clicked to “Search” is queried.

 

How does the parcel number break down?

The Anatomy of a Parcel Number
Example: 74-25-035-1006-000
74: Every parcel ID begins with the 74 number that designates the property as a St Clair County parcel.
25: Each parcel ID number has a number that indicates the local government unit - in this case the property is located in Kimball Township (see list below).
035: The next set of numbers corresponds to the public land survey section the parcel is located in OR the subdivision plat/condominium plan the condominium is located.
1006: This portion of the number is the actual parcel number that usually identifies the parcel/lot within a given section/subdivision plat/condominium plan.
000: This last portion of the number usually changes when a parcel spilt occurs.

What are the government unit numbers?

74-01 CITY OF ALGONAC 74-18 EAST CHINA TOWNSHIP
74-02 CITY OF MARINE CITY 74-19 EMMETT TOWNSHIP
74-03 CITY OF MARYSVILLE 74-20 FORT GRATIOT TOWNSHIP
74-04 CITY OF MEMPHIS 74-21 GRANT TOWNSHIP
74-05 CITY OF RICHMOND 74-22 GREENWOOD TOWNSHIP
74-06 CITY OF PORT HURON 74-23 IRA TOWNSHIP
74-07 CITY OF ST. CLAIR 74-24 KENOCKEE TOWNSHIP
74-08 CITY OF YALE 74-25 KIMBALL TOWNSHIP
74-09 BERLIN TOWNSHIP 74-26 LYNN TOWNSHIP
74-10 BROCKWAY TOWNSHIP 74-27 MUSSEY TOWNSHIP
74-11 BURTCHVILLE TOWNSHIP 74-28 PORT HURON TOWNSHIP
74-12 CASCO TOWNSHIP 74-29 RILEY TOWNSHIP
74-13 CHINA TOWNSHIP 74-30 ST. CLAIR TOWNSHIP
74-14 CLAY TOWNSHIP 74-31 WALES TOWNSHIP
74-15 CLYDE TOWNSHIP 74-40 VILLAGE OF CAPAC
74-16 COLUMBUS TOWNSHIP 74-45 VILLAGE OF EMMETT
74-17 COTTRELLVILLE TOWNSHIP

Who are the assessing officers in St Clair County?

Local Government Contact Information

Are there any restrictions to the use of this data?

Some of the tax parcel data may only be downloaded once a year. Tax parcel data should be verified by the local assessing officer.  ST. CLAIR COUNTY DOES NOT AND CANNOT WARRANT THE PERFORMANCE, RESULTS, MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND/OR ANY OTHER USE WHETHER EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED FOR THE DATA. In no event shall St. Clair County become liable to users of this data, or any other party, for any lost profits, lost savings, or any loss whether it is direct, indirect, special, incidental or consequential damages, including but not limited to time, money or goodwill, arising from the use or modification of the data.



Contact Information

County Equalization Department
200 Grand River, Suite 105
Port Huron, MI 48060

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Phone: (810) 989-6925
(810) 989-6920 (Mapping/GIS)
Fax: (810) 989-6328
Email: Equalization