Livingston County Treasurer

Dog Licenses

Pay Delinquent Taxes

The Office of the County Treasurer is established by the Michigan Constitution. The responsibilities and authority of the office are outlined in the Michigan Constitution, state statutes, administrative regulations, and the County Board of Commissioners.

Under state law, the County Treasurer is the collector of all delinquent real property taxes and is custodian of all county funds. The Treasurer is responsible for investing idle monies while maintaining sufficient liquidity to meet the operating needs of the county.

In addition, the County Treasurer is responsible for the sale of dog licenses and the tax clearance of deeds. The Livingston County Treasurer also serves on the Election Commission, Retiree Health Care Board, Plat Board, Tax Allocation Board, and Debt Committee.

Frequently Asked Questions

Is there a fee to view tax history for a property?

Yes. There is a $2.50 fee to view tax history. This information is not available by phone request.

Where can I search for properties with delinquent taxes?

Tax history can be viewed for a parcel online at Tax history views cost $2.50.

What are my current Summer/Winter Taxes?

​Your local City/Township Treasurer will have this information.

Why can’t I locate a document I know is recorded?

​You may want to try being less specific with the search criteria you provide.

Why can't I find my property? I'm typing the address correctly.

​Try leaving out abbreviations such as Dr., St., Rd., or directions such as NE, SW, etc.

If you are having technical issues, please call our Help Desk at (517) 579-9513.

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Treasurer’s Office
Jennifer Nash 2024

Jennifer M. Nash
County Treasurer



(517) 546-7010


Monday – Friday
8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Closed County Holidays

Historical Courthouse

200 E Grand River Ave
Howell, MI 48843


(517) 545-9638