How often does the Assessor-Treasurer's Office inspect my property?
Property is inspected once every six years, according to the Assessor-Treasurer's revaluation plan as approved by the Washington State Department of Revenue. If property is inspected more often it could be the result of one or a combination of the following:
• New Construction
• Board of Equalization or State Board of Tax Appeal
• Appraisal Review
• Sales Verification
• Segregation of Property

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1. When are my property taxes due?
2. How do I pay my property taxes?
3. Why does my property value change each year?
4. What can I do if I disagree with my assessed value?
5. Why haven't I received my tax statement yet?
6. How often does the Assessor-Treasurer's Office inspect my property?
7. What gives the Assessor the right to photograph or enter my property uninvited?
8. What will happen if I don't pay my first half tax in April?
9. My mortgage company should pay my taxes but they haven't. What should I do?