Due to concerns for the health and safety of residents and employees regarding the COVID-19 pandemic and in accordance with Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s “stay at home” order, Mayor Duane Haskins today has shut down City government for all except essential services.
We will continue to accept and post utility payments during this time.
We encourage residents to continue to pay utility bills by mail, placing check or money order in the drop box located on the east side of City Hall, or by paying online while our service windows are closed.
Alice Bryce, Treasurer - firstname.lastname@example.org
(810) 743-1500 Ext 1901
(810) 744-9051 Fax
Valerie Bice, Collections Clerk - email@example.com
(810) 743-1500 Ext 1902
Rachel Frost, Senior Collections Clerk - firstname.lastname@example.org
(810) 743-1500 Ext 1903
Office hours are Monday - Friday, 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
The goal of the Treasurer's office is to meet the needs of the citizens of the City of Burton by ensuring convenient, timely and accurate billing. Receipt of all remittances to the City and investment of those funds in a prudent manner so as to maximize the financial resources available.
The Treasurer's office is solely responsible for the deposit, control, and disbursement of all receipts of the City on a daily basis.
The Treasurer is also responsible for the collection property taxes. The City of Burton issues two property tax bills annually. Summer tax bills should arrive around July 1st each year and are payable July 1st through September 30th without penalty. Winter tax bills should arrive around December 1st each year and are payable December 1st through February 28th of the following year.
When a due date falls on a weekend, taxes are due the following Monday.
Make any checks payable to City of Burton and send payments to 4303 S. Center Road, Burton MI 48519
Beginning March 1st, all unpaid real property taxes (summer and winter) including additional penalties must be paid to:
Genesee County Treasurer, 1101 S. Beach St., Flint, MI 48502 - (810) 257-3054