Treasurer's Office

Although the Clinton County Courthouse is currently closed to the public, the Treasurer’s Office will continue to provide Essential Services during the COVID-19 Pandemic.

The March 31 Foreclosure deadline of the 2017 and prior year taxes has been extended to May 29, 2020. Statutory interest shall continue to accrue during this extended redemption period.

During this time, the Treasurer’s Office will accept payment by check in addition to money order or cashier’s check by mail. Credit card payments may be made online. 2018 & 2019 tax year payments may also be mailed or paid online.

You may contact us by email at treasurer@clinton-county.org or by phone at (989) 224-5280 for assistance.

Duties & Responsibilities


The County Treasurer is responsible for all receipts, disbursements, and investments of County funds. The Treasurer's Office processes property tax settlements with 28 local units, collects delinquent property taxes from individuals, performs tax adjustments as instructed by the Michigan Tax Tribunal, the State Tax Commission and local Boards of Review, performs tax searches and histories and issues all dog licenses.

Online Payments


To submit an online payment for dog licenses, delinquent taxes, and other miscellaneous payments, please visit the Online Payments Page.


Mail-In Payments


Please mail all payments to:
Tina Ward, MiCPT CPFA ACPFIM
Clinton County Treasurer
100 E State Street
Suite 2400
St. Johns, MI 48879-1571
  1. Postmarks


    The Clinton County Treasurer’s Office does not honor postmark date as the date of payment.
    To be considered timely, payments must be received in the Office of the Clinton County
    Treasurer by 5 p.m.

    Prior to remitting monies for delinquent taxes, please note:
    2018 and prior tax years must be paid with cash, money order, cashier's check or credit card. Personal/Business/Online Bill Payment checks will not be accepted as payment.