Custodian of all county funds, records revenue, collects delinquent property taxes, custodian of all property tax rolls and certifications, serves on the Elections Committee, Brownfield Redevelopment Authory and manages dog licenses... The treasurer is an officer of the County.
New Online Dog Licensing! We’ve launched a new online dog licensing website for the convenience of county dog owners. The website will let pet owners apply for new licenses or renew existing licenses, and accepts payment through Visa, MasterCard, or Discover. A valid rabies vaccination certificate and proof of spay or neuter (if applicable) is required and can be uploaded to the site in jpeg or pdf format, including photos of the documents taken with mobile devices. Tags will be sent by US Mail once purchase is approved.
New Tax Trac Viewer Check out the new Tax Trac Viewer. This GIS system allows members of the public to view delinquent, forfeited, and foreclosed parcels throughout Eaton County by year from 2007 through 2013. Years can be viewed individually or overlaid for accumulative views. Heat maps also illustrate delinquent tax parcels, forfeited parcels, and foreclosed parcels per thousand parcels for each township in Eaton County with heat mapping.
Note: After clicking on the "Pay Now" link above, you will be directed to Eaton County's BS&ADelinquent Tax Search Page. You must search your delinquent tax parcel at the BS&A website, andclick the "Pay Delinquent Tax" button that appears on your parcel webpage.
Tax Foreclosed Property Auction Information Tax foreclosures in Eaton County are conducted by the Michigan Treasury. The "Additional Links" below go directly to the Department of Treasury website. 1st Auction: Wednesday, August 6 PDF Catlog of Eaton County Tax Foreclosed Properties
Auction Location: Ramada Lansing Hotel & Conference Center 7501 W. Saginaw Highway Lansing, MI 48917 517-627-3211
Commissioners Approve Treasurer's Plan to Take Over County Tax Foreclosures During its regular meeting on June 18, the Eaton County Board of Commissioners voted unanimously to approve Eaton County Treasurer, Bob Robinson’s, plan for his office to foreclose tax delinquent properties in Eaton County rather giving them to the State. With consensus of the County Controller, John Fuentes, the action cooperatively reverses the county’s 1999 decision to let the Department of Treasury tax foreclose and auction Eaton County parcels. Beginning in 2016, tax forfeited properties will be foreclosed by the treasurer...