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In response to Governor Inslee's Stay Home, Stay Healthy Order and Safe Start Plan, Thurston County continues to operate under an essential services model. This is in effect
until Thurston County enters Phase 3 of the Safe Start Plan. Courts and other elected offices may operate under different hours or restrictions.

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Treasurer News Update - Detail
2018 Property Tax Amounts Available

​Beginning Wednesday, January 31st current year property tax amounts are available on our web site. The Treasurer's Office is also accepting payments for 2018 property taxes.

2018 property tax statements and postcard notices will be mailed to taxpayers on Friday, February 9th. If taxpayers have not received their 2018 property tax notice by the end of February you may contact our office and request another copy be mailed to you.

A message from Treasurer Jeff Gadman regarding 2018 property tax amounts:

In 2017, the Washington State Legislature passed Engrossed House Bill 2242 to provide additional state funding to local schools. Passage of this legislation affects your property tax bills for 2018 and beyond.

For 2018, the state school levy has increased significantly to fund the state school portion of the property tax.

For 2019, limitations on local school levies take effect that could result in reduced property tax obligations.

Further information on the property tax impacts of school funding may be found online: