- Departments F-Z
Banking, Investments, Revenue Deposits and Distribution for Jefferson County, Districts and Quasi-Governmental Agencies. Does not include expenses nor approval of other department budgets. Some of our duties include:
- Revenue and Distribution
- Surplus Property – personal and real
- County Credit Card Issuance
- Property Tax, LID Billing, and Collection.
- Real Estate Excise Tax and processing
- Mobile Home movement permits
Property TaxesTreasurer's Office FAQs Includes information on paying property taxes. To help reduce Covid-related risks, please pay online or pay by personal check, money order or cashier's check. You may obtain money orders and cashier's checks at local banks, grocery stores and post offices. Any help minimizing in-person interactions is greatly appreciated!
PREPAYMENT: State law doesn’t allow the county treasurer to collect property taxes until the tax roll has been certified. Refer to RCW 84.52.080, RCW 84.56.010 and RCW 84.56.020. The tax roll is certified mid-January of each year. Amounts owed for each year are available online in late January of each year.
DeadlinesFirst Half property taxes are due April 30th. Second half are due October 31st of each year.
Statement Levy InformationTax Statement Levy Explanation
Paying Property Taxes Under ProtestThe Department of Revenue sets the guidelines under WAC 458-18-215. For more information, contact the DOR Property Tax Division at 360-570-5900 or you may view the Paying Your Property Taxes Under Protest (PDF) document from the Washington State Department of Revenue.
Jefferson County Sales & Use Tax Rates
Sales and Use Tax Basic rate as of April 1, 2021 is 9.1% on goods and services; hotel/motel users pay an additional 2%.
- Sales tax rate and revenue composition effective April 1. 2021, click here.