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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.


dogTreasurer Announces Eaton County Dog Photo Contest!
Is your dog or puppy the cutest in Eaton County?  Find out by entering the Eaton County treasurer’s free, countywide doggy photo contest.  First, second, and third place winners will be chosen by the community based on the number of votes or “likes”  each photo receives on the treasurer’s Facebook page.  Pet photos will be on public display at the Eaton County treasurer’s office in Charlotte, and on the treasurer’s Facebook page.  Tractor Supply Company, and Town & Country Animal Hospital, Inc. will provide prizes to the top three winners, including a dog bed, health supplies, and a grooming certificate.  Photos of the top three winners will also be published in an issue of The County Journal.

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 Vote for Your Favorite Photo Here      Contest Rules and Regulations         Eaton County Dog License Website 


PACE Program Saves Energy Costs and Improves Cash Flow for BusinessesEnergyEfficiency3
Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) financing opens the door to helping you 
save money and make your property more energy efficient. If you own a commercial, industrial or multi-family property, PACE can help you reduce your utility consumption, cut costs, and generate positive cash flow from day one.


For more information, contact treasurer Bob Robinson at (517) 543-4262 or see the link below.

Complete Brochure in PDF


photodune-2826578-happy-female-accountant-holding-income-tax-return-xs1Treasurer and Board of Commissioners Support Economy by Bringing Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) to Eaton County Residents and Taxpayers

Treasurer, Bob Robinson, the Eaton County Commission, the Charlotte Community Library, and Asset Independence Coalition (AIC) will expand free volunteer tax assistance to low- to moderate-income Eaton County residents. In 2014, the VITA program refunded $3.84 million and helped residents claim $1,066,865 in additional Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) by completing over 3,600 free returns. Three VITA services will be available to Eaton County residents: traditional assisted tax preparation, a drop off service, and a free online option through MyFreeTaxes.com. The program certifies volunteers who are sponsored by various organizations to prepare tax returns at various sites. The Charlotte Community Library will provide a service facility and drop off point for the Eaton County program.

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Get Help On Your 2014 Income Tax Return


New Online Dog Licensing! puppies
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. 


[Link to Online Dog License Website]


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. Tax Trac

To see the new Tax Trac viewer, got to Tax Trac Viewer

  1. Click on the “Layers” tab at the top of the screen to select the years and category of view you want view.
  2. Parcels can be viewed with basic mapping or complete satellite imagery. Click the Basemap link at the top of the screen to change vi-ews.
  3. Clicking on individual parcels will show completetax data for that piece of property.
  4. Properties can be search by parcel number in the search window on the top bar of the screen.

 [Link to Tax Trac Viewer

Special thanks to Scott Stopyak from the Eaton County IT Department for his work developing the Tax Trac system for the Treasurer’s office.  


Now pay delinquent tax payments online!
  [Delinquent Tax Payment Options]

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Note:  After clicking on the "Pay Now" link above, you will be directed to Eaton County's BS&A Delinquent Tax Search Page.  You must search your delinquent tax parcel at the BS&A website, and click the "Pay Delinquent Tax" button that appears on your parcel webpage.


Foreclosure Prevention Help

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Housing Rights Center of Michigan at Elder Law of Michigan


 


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Housing Services of Eaton County


 


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Bob Robinson 
Treasurer 
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Michigan Association of
County Treasurers (MACT)

Michigan Foreclosure Task Force

Community Economic Development Association of Michigan
(CEDAM)

 Office Hours:
8:00AM to 5:00PM
Monday through Friday

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1045 Independence Blvd
Charlotte, MI 48813
(517) 543-4262
Fax: (517) 543-9983


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Tracey Gordeneer
Chief Deputy Treasurer

 

 

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Treasurer, Bob Robinson, the Eaton County Commission, and the Charlotte Community Library, Asset Independence Coalition (AIC) will expand free volunteer tax assistance to low- to moderate-income Eaton County residents.  In 2014, the VITA program refunded $3.84 million and helped residents claim $1,066,865 in additional Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) by completing over 3,600 free returns. Three VITA services will be available to Eaton County residents: traditional assisted tax preparation, a drop off service, and a free online option through MyFreeTaxes.com. The program certifies volunteers who are sponsored by various organizations to prepare tax returns at various sites. The Charlotte Community Library will provide a service facility and drop off point for the Eaton County program.

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