Treasurer

Responsibilities

The County Treasurer is the custodian of the county's money and the administrator of the county's financial transactions. The County Treasurer:

  • Provides financial services to special purpose districts and other units of local government, including the responsibility to receipt, disburse, invest and account for the funds of each of these entities
  • Receives and disburses funds, invests funds held and maintains financial records in accordance with accepted accounting principles
  • Is responsible for collection of various taxes, including legal proceedings to collect past due amounts
  • Has other miscellaneous duties such as conducting bond sales and sales of surplus county property

Staff

The Treasurer’s Office consists of seven full time employees who are trained and willing to offer assistance to the public in any of the services we provide.

Tax Deadlines

The deadline for 1st half 2021 property taxes is Friday, April 30th 2021. (Post Office Postmark excepted.)

Pay Tax Bills

Pay Tax Bills online via Tax Sifter.

Disclaimer

All credit cards are subject to a Third Party Vendor charge of 2.5% on the total amount. Debit card payments are subject to a $3.95 charge and electronic check (E-Check) payments are subject to the fee of $1. Returned ECheck payment are subject to a $30 returned item fee and possible additional interest and penalties.

Resources

Parcel Information

A 5 year tax history is available for parcels online. Search by last name or by entering the parcel number (without any dashes).

Blank Deeds / Quit Claim Access

Washington State Department of Revenue

Mobile Home Permits

Mobile Home Distraint Sale

Tax Foreclosure Sale

Tax Title Property

Peddlers / Solicitors