Livingston County Treasurer

Livingston County Treasurer

Jennifer M. Nash, County Treasurer

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Please visit for online payment options for delinquent tax payments and for dog licenses.


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Update from the Treasurer's Office - January 25, 2021

The Historic Courthouse doors are open to the public.  Our office hours are 8:00 am until 5:00 pm. We do remain open during the lunch hour.

FACE MASKS must still  be worn during your visit.  This will remain in effect until further notice.

We continue to encourage business able to be transacted via online, mail or by phone to be done so accordingly.  Please visit for online payment options for delinquent tax payments and for dog licenses.

Thank you!


Livingston County's Employee Recognition Program

Nominate a County Treasurer employee for exemplary customer service - ​ Livingston County's Employee Recognition Program

 Did you know...?

  • Public terminals are available in the County Treasurer’s office for viewing property information
  • Address changes are submitted to your local township/city
  • We offer Plat Books for sale
  • Check the Michigan Department of Treasury site for Livingston County Properties being sold for tax default

 Tax Foreclosure Sale

 On-line Service Offerings

View Property, Delinquent Information, & Pay Delinquent Taxes

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The County Treasurer is an office created by the Michigan Constitution.  The functions of the Office of the Treasurer are authorized and governed by the Michigan Constitution, Michigan statute, 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.