Forms

Star.jpgThe Thurston County BOE now accepts new Petitions and supplemental information online.​ For guidance in completing a new Petition for residential property, please review the Appeal Preparation Guide. Once you've completed and signed (handwritten signature only) your petition, you may file it electronically along with the Official Valuation Change Notice, both in PDF read-only format. Please use our designated New Petition link to transmit your submission, and do not email it directly to staff or try and submit it electronically through any other means.  

Taxpayer Petition to the County Board of Equalization for Review of Real Property Valuation Determination

MS Word (fillable)
PDF (fillable)

Taxpayer Petition to the County Board of Equalization for Review of Personal Property Valuation Determination *

MS Word (fillable)
PDF (fillable)

* Please note that this form is ONLY used for business and farm equipment and inventories (NOT for homes, mobile homes, and land)

​Taxpayer Petition to the County Board of Equalization for Review of Current Use or Designated Forest Land Determination

MS Word (fillable)
PDF

Taxpayer Petition to the County Board of Equalization for Review of Senior Citizen/Disabled Person Exemption or Deferral Determination

MS Word (fillable)
PDF

​Withdrawal Form

2021 Assessment Year:

MS Word (fillable)
PDF (fillable)

2020 Assessment Year:

MS Word (fillable)
PDF (fillable)

If you have missed the appeal filing deadline, and you believe that your situation is among one of the qualifying reasons listed in Frequently Asked Questions #7, please file either:

Late Filing Exception Request Form

MS Word (fillable)
PDF (fillable) 

OR

Request for Reconvening Form 

MS Word (fillable)
PDF (fillable)

Reconvene Declaration Form for code 01

MS Word (fillable)
PDF (fillable)

​Please contact our office at (360) 786-5135, TDD 711 OR 1-800-833-6388, or send an e-mail to Ruth Elder to request forms and publications by U.S. mail or e-mail. Please refer questions regarding these forms to Ruth Elder, BOE Clerk.