Tax Relief Options for Those Impacted by Fires:
Those affected by the devastating wildfires affecting the West Plains and North Spokane communities may be eligible to receive some tax relief for the current years property taxes. Contact Spokane County Assessor’s office at 509-477-3698 for more information.
Taxpayer’s Claim for Reduction of Assessments resulting from Destroyed Real or Personal Property or loss of Value in a Declared Disaster Area Chapter 84.70 RCW
Download a copy of the Destroyed Property Form PDF here: Destroyed Property Form
Property Tax Extension:
The Treasurer has approved an extension for the 2nd half 2023 property tax due date for taxpayers impacted by the wildfires. The 2nd half 2023 due date will be extended to January 31, 2024. All parcels which have applied for the Destroyed Property exemption will receive this due date extension if the tax is not paid by a mortgage company. If you were affected by the Grey or Elk fires and need additional time to make your 2nd half 2023 tax payment, you may fill out the application below and submit to email@example.com. If you have any questions, please contact our office at (509) 477-4713.
Our office is required by Washington State law to send a property tax statement to every taxpayer. If you believe your mortgage company pays your property taxes, please contact them directly. Our office does not bill mortgage companies directly or store mortgage company information.
The Treasurer's Office is now open for in-person services! We look forward to serving you at the Spokane County Courthouse.
Two drop boxes are now open inside or near the Courthouse located outside the main entrance of the Courthouse on W. Broadway Ave. and inside the main entrance before security. Please remember to include your original tax stub or parcel number(s) with your payment. Only payments by check are accepted in the drop boxes.
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