Where is the County drain for which I am being assessed?
The Clinton County Drain Commissioner's Office has maps and aerial photos that can show the location of your property and the county drains within the drainage district. These documents will be available on the Day of Review. Even if your property does not touch the County drain, storm water flows toward this county drain as an outlet regardless of the land's elevation. For more information, please visit the Township Maps page.

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1. What is a drainage district?
2. What is a drain assessment?
3. Where is the County drain for which I am being assessed?
4. How are assessments determined?
5. Do all property owners pay drain assessments?
6. Why did I receive more than one special assessment notice?
7. Is this the only way I would receive multiple drain assessments in 1 year?
8. What happens if I disagree with the proposed assessment for my property?
9. What is a Day of Review of Apportionments?
10. What if I cannot attend the Day of Review?
11. I recently purchased my property. Why am I being billed for work done prior to my ownership?
12. What is the difference between an apportionment and an assessment?