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Drive-through site for Clark County tax payments

By , Columbian county government and small cities reporter
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A drive-through, drop-off window for Clark County tax payments will be available later this month.

The kiosk will be open from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. April 29 and April 30 near the Franklin Street entrance to the parking garage at the Public Service Center, 1300 Franklin St. Clark County Treasurer Alishia Topper opened the kiosk due to facility closures in response to COVID-19, according to a news release from her office.

The kiosk is available for pre-written checks only, and no receipt will be provided.

Taxpayers can also seal checks into an envelope and drop them into a secured drop box on the first floor of the Public Service Center from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. weekdays.

Payments can also be made online using debit cards, credit cards, checking accounts and savings accounts. E-checks from savings or checking accounts are free. Debit card transactions include a flat rate of $3.95, and credit card transactions fees are assessed a 2.39 percent vendor fee.

Go to www.clark.wa.gov/treasurer/payment-options or call 833-440-8685 to make a payment. For electronic tax statements and to manage property taxes online, go to www.paydici.com/clark-county-wa/search/landing.

Tax payments can also be mailed to the Clark County Treasurer, PO Box 35150, Seattle, WA 98124-5150. Those who choose this option are encouraged to use the return envelope and payment coupon provided with their statements.

Payments must be postmarked by April 30 to avoid interest charges.

Columbian county government and small cities reporter

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