Hours of Service:
Monday - Friday
8:30 - 4:30 CST
Phone number: (906) 663-4517
Fax number: (906) 663-4660
Staff names & titles:
Sue Pertile, Treas.
Patty Ikola, Chief Dep.
Carrie Bull, Deputy Cbull@gogebic.org
Web Address of Gogebic Tax Information
Delinquent Property Tax
2010 County Audit
2011 County Audit
2012 County Audit
2013 County Audit
2014 County Audit
2015 County Audit
2010 Annual Report F-65
2011 Annual Report F-65
2012 Annual Report F-65
2013 Annual Report F-65
2014 Annual Report F-65
2013 Treas. Annual Report
2014 Treas. Annual Report
2012 Gogebic County Land Bank Authority
2012 General Fund Budget
2013 General Fund Budget
2014 General Fund Budget
2015 General Fund Budget
State-Wide Forfeitures & Foreclosures
Citizens' Guide To County Financial Dashboard: Data
For more information on tax sales, go to www.tax-sale.info
We now accept credit/debit cards through Government Payment EXP in our office. You can also pay online at https://www.govpaynow.com/gps/user/?plc=6671 You will need our Pay Location Code (PLC #6671), your name, parcel number, and phone number in order to pay. If you need the correct amount for the taxes, please contact our office. There is a processing fee for each transaction.
Tax Reversion Procedure
Certification of Deeds Page
Senior Citizen and Veterans Tax Information
Helping Michigan's Hardest-Hit Homeowners
The office of County Treasurer was established by the Michigan State Constitution. The Treasurer is an elected official and serves a 4-year term. The majority of the Treasurer’s duties are set by statute, however authority is also provided for by the County Board of Commissioners.
Custodian of County Funds
The Treasurer acts as the custodian of all county funds, and as such is responsible for receipting, recording and investing all money received by the various departments within the County. As Investment Officer for the County, the Treasurer is responsible for the safeguarding and investing of these monies, acting in accordance with the County’s Investment Policy.
The Treasurer is responsible for the collection of delinquent real property taxes. Through a process referred to as “settlement,” the County Treasurer receives all delinquent taxes from the townships and cities in the county on March 1 each year. From the Delinquent Tax Fund, these townships and cities are “made whole” for all taxes due, and the responsibility for collecting those taxes becomes that of the County Treasurer.
Some other duties of the Treasurer include:
Tax Histories, Dog Licenses, and Hardship Applications
Guidelines Used in the Determination of Poverty Exemptions for 2016.
2016 Poverty Guidelines