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.

Due to the COVID-19 National Emergency, The Eaton County Treasurer’s office is closed to the public through April 5.


COVID-19 Update: Satuday, March 21: 3:39PM

NOTE:  In order to help prevent the spread of COVID-19, Eaton County and Court operations will remain available, however the county complex buildings will be closed to the public  through April 5, 2020. County offices will continue to operate to deliver essential services on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday between 10AM and 2PM, and will be available by phone at (517) 543-4262.  We encourage residents to make tax payments online at the link below or mail them to use at the address listed to the right.  Dog licenses can be purchased online or by mail (see the link below).

The Governor has extended the deadline for tax foreclosure on 2017 taxes.  (See the notice directly below for complete information).

Our Delta Township office is closed as the Delta Administration Building is currently closed to the public.

Go to  for complete information.

 Or call us at (517) 543-4262 for questions or if we can be of help to you.


Governor Signs Executive Order Extension Tax Foreclosure Deadline

Michigan Governor, Gretchen Whitmer, signed an executive order taking emergency action to extend the state’s tax foreclosure deadline because of the COVID-19 National Emergency.  Under state law, properties with unpaid 2017 taxes were subject to foreclosure by county treasurers on March 31.  The order moves the March 31 deadline to May 29 or 30 days after the state of emergency ends.  The extraordinary measure helps families struggling financially because of the COVID-19 national emergency.  The order takes effect immediately.

If you are currently facing tax for closure for 2017 taxes, please call us immediately at (517) 543-4262 to discuss the extension deadline.


Treasurer’s 2019 Annual Report

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2020 Dog License Information

New 1-Year and 3-year licenses available!


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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.

For more information, go to the Eaton County website or view a brochure on the services (PDF).

Guide to Property Taxes
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.

Electronic Payment for Delinquent Taxes, Interest and Fees

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.