Office Hours

The office is open from
8:00 to 12:00 and
1:00 to 5:00

Closed between
12:00 and 1:00 for lunch.

Phone & Fax

PH:  989-224-5280

FAX:  989-224-5258

Treasurer - Tina Ward

Tina Ward, County Treasurer

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.

Serving as Clinton County Treasurer since April 2002

Serving Clinton County since April 1989

On-Line Payments

The Clinton County Treasurer's Office accepts Credit Cards and Electronic Checks for the payment of Delinquent Property Taxes and Dog Licenses through Official Payments.  There will be a nominal fee charged for this service.  For further information about this service click here.

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Delinquent Property Taxes:  
   Dog Licenses:
 Credit Card or eCheck:     Call 1-800-272-9829 or visit
 Call 1-800-2PAY-TAX or visit    Credit Card:
 Delinquent Property Tax Lookup    eCheck:

Mailing Payments

Clinton County Treasurer
100 E State St, Suite 2400
St Johns MI 48879-1571


The Clinton County Treasurer’s Office does NOT honor postmark date as the date of payment. To be considered timely, payments will need to be received in the office of the Clinton County Treasurer by 5pm.

Helping Michigans Hardest-Hit Homeowners

Helping Michigan HomeownersThe Michigan Homeowner Assistance Nonprofit Housing Corporation (MHA) acting through Michigan State Housing Development Authority (MSHDA) has received federal funds from the U.S. Department of Treasury to help Michigan take a step forward through a comprehensive, statewide strategy that is aimed to help homeowners who are at high risk of default or foreclosure. 

Effective January 15, 2013, Step Forward Michigan will begin taking applications online to assist homeowners located in a participating county with past due property taxes using its Loan Rescue Program. If determined eligible, a onetime payment can be sent directly to the county treasurer to pay outstanding county and local property taxes.  Homeowners can visit to review details and begin an application.