Prevent Tax Foreclosures
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If you or someone you know have unpaid property taxes for 2019 and prior years, the outstanding balance must be paid by March 31, 2022, to prevent foreclosure.
Welcome to the City of Burton Treasurer's Office
Thank you for visiting our website!
As the City of Burton Treasurer, I am unwavering in my commitment to helping our residents, business owners, and communities continue to grow and thrive.
I believe public service is among the highest honors and privileges, and I am humbled by the trust and responsibility you have placed in me. I am a compassionate steward of our resources and believe we must be fiscally responsible and socially conscious to ensure all residents across our great city have access to the resources and assistance needed to prevent property tax foreclosure.
As the City of Burton's chief investment officer, the financial security of our city and our residents, and strengthening the viability of our businesses and communities are my top priorities. Every day my team and I will diligently work to safeguard taxpayer dollars, enhance property values, and strengthen our neighborhoods and economy.
Please explore our website for helpful information, to pay your taxes, or to sign up for our communications. I am always here to help, so feel free to contact me or our team at any time for assistance.
See you around the city,
Address: 4303 S. Center Rd. Burton, MI 48519
Phone: (810) 743-1500
Fax: (810) 744-9051
Email: [email protected]
Monday - Friday, 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM