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2017 PASSED PROPERTY TAX LEGISLATION


Important Information

Nonprofit & Tribal Property Tax Exemption Search

This database allows users to search for properties currently receiving a property tax exemption under chapter 84.36 RCW based on qualifying use by a nonprofit organization or tribal government.

 

Upcoming Deadlines


July 1

  • Prior year applications for designated forest land are considered approved unless assessor has notified the owner otherwise (RCW 84.33.130).PUD Privilege Tax is due (RCW 54.28.040).
  • Appeals to the County Board of Equalization must be filed by today or within 30 days of notification. County legislative authority may extend the deadline up to 60 days by adoption of local ordinance/rule (RCW 84.40.038).

July 10

  • (On or before second Monday) County officials and local taxing districts begin preparing estimated budgets for submission to county auditor, or if in a charter county, chief financial officer. Estimated budgets are due August 10th (RCW 36.40.010).

July 15

  • Assessor certifies the assessment roll to the County Board of Equalization (RCW 84.40.320).
  • Assessor’s Certificate of Assessment Rolls to County Board of Equalization submitted to DOR Property Tax Division (RCW 84.40.320).
  • County Boards of Equalization meet in an open session. Minimum session is three days; maximum session is four weeks (RCW 84.48.010).

July 17

  • (First 10 working days of July) Requests for hearings on state assessed public utility property (RCW 84.12.340).
  • (Eleven business days after June 30) Hearings on state assessment of public utility property begin, continuing through July 31 (RCW 84.12.340).

July 31

  • Assessment date for new construction (RCW 36.21.080).

     

    *IF A DUE DATE FALLS ON A SATURDAY, SUNDAY, OR LEGAL HOLIDAY, THE DUE DATE CHANGES TO THE NEXT BUSINESS DAY (RCW 1.12.070)