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Treasurer

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Jenny Beemer-Fritzinger, Clare County Treasurer

Janet Price, Chief Deputy Treasurer

Phone: (989) 539-7801 Fax (989) 539-0866

Open Monday – Friday 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

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To Pay Medical Examiner – Cremation Permits

Delinquent Taxes
To pay 2021 and prior years delinquent taxes.

Property Assessment Information
To look up property assessment information, approximate 2022 current tax information due and payable to townships, villages, and cities, and 2021 and prior delinquent taxes.

Tax Auctions

The 2022 Public Land Auctions have concluded for the year.  Please contact our office next July for future tax sale information.

Notice of Intention to Claim Interest in Foreclosure Sales Proceeds

New for 2021
The Michigan Legislature passed MCL 211.78t which allows those who hold title or equity interest in property at the time of foreclosure to claim remaining proceeds, if any, after sale or transfer of the property. Claimants begin this process by filing form 5743 with the County Treasurer by the July 1 immediately following the foreclosure date.
Form 5743

 

Financial Hardship Policy & Application Form

Unpaid delinquent property taxes can lead to foreclosure and loss of your property after three years.

The County Treasurer has a hardship extension policy and application designed to delay foreclosure deadlines by one year for owners who are actively working to catch up on their delinquent property taxes. Please read the Financial Hardship Policy and fill out the Hardship Application.  The completed application along with supporting documentation should be brought to the Show Cause Hearings on January 12 & 13, 2023 in the County Treasurer’s office.

Contact our office if you have any questions or need assistance in filling out the application.

If an extension is granted, it’s important to keep in mind that:

Interest and fees will continue to accrue

If the successive tax year is owed, both years will have to be paid to avoid tax foreclosure in the next year

Dog Licenses

We are currently selling 2023 & 2025 dog licenses.

Clare County offers 1- and 3-year dog licenses. To purchase a 3-year dog license, you need to have just received the 3-year rabies booster shot and have 3 years remaining until needed again. All licenses expire December 31st of the year purchased.  Licenses can be purchased at the Treasurer's office (at the Courthouse in Harrison).  All dogs 4 months and older that reside within Clare County are required by law to always wear a Clare County dog license.  A proof of current rabies vaccination is required for the license. If your dog is spayed or neutered, a copy of that record is also required for the discounted license.

License fees:

Spayed/Neutered   Male/Female
1-year license   $10.00 $20.00
Delinquent $25.00 $35.00
3-year license    $25.00 $55.00
Delinquent $40.00 $70.00

Please remember that the rabies vaccination tag is not a dog license. You need to renew your dog's license annually or every three years (if you purchased the 3-year license).  Licenses are available year-round.  If you do not renew your license prior to March 1st in the year following the expiration year on your previous tag, you will be charged the delinquent rate.

Payable by cash, check, or credit card

Clare County Dog License Application