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Important Notice on 2011 Delinquent Property Tax Payments!
Unpaid 2011 delinquent property taxes will be foreclosed on April 1, 2014. The property can can only be redeemed if all taxes, interest, and fees are paid on or before March 31, 2014. If 2011 property taxes remain unpaid, title will go to the State of Michigan after March 31, 2014.
As of this date, payment for 2011 property taxes can only be accepted through certified funds or by debit or credit card.
To assure that your 2011 taxes are applied accurately and immediately,
it is recommended that payment be made by certified funds only
after February 1, 2014
Certified payments can be made at the treasurer's office at the address listed on this page. Credit or debit card payments can be made at the treasurer's office or online at the online payment link below.
Personal checks will not be accepted after February 1, 2014
for delinquent 2011 taxes.
Renew Your Dog License By Mail
It’s time to think about renewing your Eaton County dog license. This year we are accepting new or renewed licenses by mail to save pet owners time and gas money.
Dog License Application in PDF Format
Now pay delinquent tax payments online!
[Delinquent Tax Payment Options]
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 Assistance Organizations and Information
Apply for foreclosure assistance now! Click on the image above for the step forward Michigan website.
[Step Forward Michigan]
Free Foreclosure Counseling
A non-profit, grant funded agency which provides homelessness assistance, rental subsidies for people with disabilities, first time homebuyer's down-payment assistance, housing search assistance, extended services case management for the homeless, rental rehabilitation, supportive housing to the chronically homeless, and homelessness prevention services.
Homelessness Assistance, Foreclosure Help and Financial Counseling
[Central Michigan 211]