Spokane County 2021 property tax statements were mailed to taxpayers beginning the week of March 8th. If you have not received your statement by March 31st, contact the Treasurer's Office at (509) 477-4713.
Treasurer Baumgartner under authority provided by state law during a state of emergency has authorized a one-month extension of the first half property tax deadline. The first half 2021 property tax payment due date in Spokane County will be extended from April 30th to May 31st.
This does not mean your property tax bill goes away. First half payments regularly due April 30th will be accepted until May 31st.
The extension is not offered for prior year delinquent taxes or intermediaries, including mortgage loan servicing companies. Taxes paid by intermediaries remain due by April 30th.
First half payments received after May 31st will incur interest and penalty as applicable by state statute.
Spokane County taxpayers can expect to receive their annual property tax statement by mid-March.
Those financially able to make their property tax payment by the original due dates are strongly encouraged to do so. Local taxing districts which include the essential and critical government services working to keep Spokane County healthy and safe rely on local property tax revenue to fund their operations.