Tax Forfeited Parcels

Public Hearing

Tuesday November 2nd, 2021

At 9:05 a.m. or shortly thereafter

Sherburne County Government Center County Board Room

13880 Business Center Drive NW Suite 100

Elk River, MN 55330

The Sherburne County Auditor-Treasurer has scheduled a meeting for the purpose of classifying or reclassifying and sale of Tax-Forfeited Land situated in the County of Sherburne. The County Auditor-Treasurer is acting under authority, granted in accordance with Minnesota Statutes, 282.135 by the Board of Sherburne County Commissioners.

The parcel to be reviewed is Parcel #60-487-0105 Lot 1 Block 1, River Bend Second Addition, Section 32 Township 34 Range 27 located in the City of Becker, MN, Tax forfeited September 10, 2020 to the State of Minnesota for non-payment of delinquent taxes. The City of Becker responded within 60 days of notice as objecting the proposed sale of undivided interest of the property to benefiting property owners. This meeting is an opportunity for the public to speak or present comments in regard to the classification and sale of the parcel. This notice is given no more than 90 days and not less than 60 days before the date of the meeting.

Public Hearing to be held at the regularly scheduled County Board meeting.

If you need further information, please contact Diane Arnold Sherburne County Auditor-Treasurer at 763-765-4363. Any written comments received prior to Tuesday November 2nd will be public and shared with the County Board.

Tax forfeited parcels are properties on which delinquent property taxes were not paid, title to the land and buildings was forfeited and title is now vested in the State of Minnesota. Following a review period per Minnesota statutes, these properties are classified and open to the public to purchase.

Parcels that are not considered to be conservation land, and approved to be for sale by the municipality and the Department of Natural Resources are put up for public auction, which is held at the Sherburne County Auditor / Treasurer's Office.

Sales are not held on a regular basis. 

Watch this webpage for notice of the next sale date or fill out this form below to be notified of the next sale.

Forfeited Land Sale Notification Form

All property is sold as is and may not conform to local building and zoning ordinances. The County makes no warranty that the land is "buildable." All sales are final, and no refunds or exchanges are permitted.

We highly recommend that you thoroughly research any tax-forfeited parcels before you purchase. For parcels in townships, please contact the Sherburne County Zoning Department. For parcels in a city, please contact the appropriate city Zoning department.

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