The treasurer is a constitutional officer of the county, elected to four year terms, and is custodian of all county funds, records revenue, collects delinquent property taxes, and of all property tax rolls and certifications. The Treasurer is also the foreclosing governmental unit for tax delinquent properties, serves on the Elections Committee, Brownfield Redevelopment Authority, and manages dog licenses.
The Eaton County Treasurer’s office is currently open to the public 8:00AM to 5:00PM Monday through Thursday. Social distancing procedures are in place at the public entrance of the county complex. We are also available by phone at (517) 543-4262 or by email.
Because of the State of Emergency, post marks will be accepted on all tax payments.
Eaton County Departments
Furloughed through September
In a cost saving move due to the COVID-19 crisis, many Eaton County departments are in the state’s Workshare program and are on furlough. The Eaton County Treasurer’s offices in Charlotte and Delta Township will be closed on Fridays through September 30. The Workshare program will save the County $300,000 - $350,000. It is critically important that Eaton County maintains fiscal responsibility by taking these steps to ensure the ongoing delivery of essential services to citizens as we navigate these difficult times.
The Sheriff’s Department and 911 Dispatch will continue to operate at full capacity.
2020 EATON COUNTY TAX FORECLOSURES SUSPENDED
Eaton County Treasurer, Bob Robinson, has suspended tax foreclosures of occupied properties and businesses and has extended the redemption period for property owners facing tax foreclosure in Eaton County until 2021.
“It’s the right thing to do,” said Robinson. “The COVID-19 pandemic is an unprecedented financial catastrophe for many homeowners, renters, and business owners. Halting foreclosures is the best way to balance my responsibilities to state foreclosure law and to the citizens of Eaton County. We need to assist our households and businesses to get through this difficult time.”
Foreclosure for 2020 will continue for properties that pose a threat to public health, safety, and welfare, and interest will continue to accrue on delinquent taxes.
“Anyone having difficulties paying their delinquent property taxes should call us at (517) 543-4262,” said Robinson.
Delinquent property taxes can also be paid by mail and online by credit card, debit card, or e-check by going to www.eatoncountytreasurer.org and following the “pay delinquent property taxes” link at the bottom of the page.
Treasurer’s 2019 Annual Report
New 1-Year and 3-year licenses available!
Guide to Tax Foreclosure
View the new guide to tax foreclosure in Eaton County (PDF).
County Treasurer & Clerk Open Delta Township Office
Office hours for the residents of Delta Township and surrounding areas will continue by County Clerk Bosworth on the first and third Friday of each month from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. and Treasurer Robinson will offer hours alternating the second and fourth Friday of each month from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Guide to Property Taxes
The Eaton County Guide to Property Taxes (PDF) is an easy to understand explanation of property taxes in Eaton County with comprehensive information about:
- Principal Residence Exemptions
- State Equalized Value
- State Equalized Value
- Tax Deferments
- Taxable Value
- Veterans Property Tax Relief
Pay Delinquent Tax Payments Online
You can now pay your delinquent tax payments online.
Note: After clicking on the Pay Now link, 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.