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Thursday, November 30, 2023
Nov. 30, 2023

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Clark County property tax payments due Oct. 31

By , Columbian staff writer

Clark County Treasurer Alishia Topper is reminding residents that the second half of 2023 property tax payments are due Oct. 31.

Tax statements will be mailed during the second week of September. If taxpayers are expecting a mailed statement and don’t receive one or have questions, go to www.clark.wa.gov/treasurer or contact the treasurer’s office at 564-397-2252 for a duplicate statement.

“Tax statements are mailed to property owners who do not pay through an escrow company. If a homeowner has paid off their mortgage and does not receive a statement, they should contact our office,” Topper said in a press release Wednesday.

Taxpayers should pay their taxes by mail or online, although in-person service is available if needed. The treasurer’s office is open 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Thursday. A drive-thru drop-off location will be available at the ground floor of the Public Service Center parking structure on Oct. 30 and Oct. 31.

To make a payment, go to www.clark.wa.gov/treasurer/payment-options, or call 1-833-440-8685. To register to receive tax statements electronically and manage property taxes online, go to https://www.paydici.com/clark-county-wa/search/landing.

Payment transactions must be postmarked by midnight Oct. 31 to avoid interest charges.

Taxpayers may pay property taxes online from their checking or savings account or using a credit or debit card. Payments from electronic checking and savings accounts are free, while debit card payments incur a $3.95 vendor fee, and credit card payments are assessed a 2.39 percent vendor fee.

Tax payments can be mailed to the Clark County Treasurer, P.O. Box 35150, Seattle, WA 98124-5150. Taxpayers are encouraged to use the return envelope and payment coupon provided with their statement to mail their payments.

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