New Senior Exemption Information
The Senior Exemption limits for 2024 have increased to a maximum limit of $75,000.00 in disposable income. If you think you may qualify, please click on the link below to read about the qualifications. If you have already submitted an application and want to view its status, click on the status tool link below. For additional information, please call 425-388-3540 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Link to application and brochure
Link to status tool
Welcome to the Snohomish County Assessor’s Office Website. You will find a great deal of information available to you here including access to property information, exemption forms, property tax related RCW’s, our SCOPI mapping tool, etc. I encourage you to explore the tabs and buttons on the top and bottom of this page.
The 2024 Property Tax Information press release has been issued showing average tax and typical levy rate changes for Residential properties including a breakout by city. The levy rates and taxes are calculated using the January 1st, 2023 values and the budget amounts levied by the taxing districts for 2024 tax. We are seeing a small average tax change increase for Snohomish County of 0.6% overall but it will vary depending on which taxing districts your property lies in and what measures voters passed.
If you have questions, you can reach out to our staff via phone, email, and through regular mail, as well as visit our customer service center on the 1st floor of the Administration East Building on the County Campus.Our main phone number at the Assessor’s office is 425-388-3433 or email us at email@example.com. Our mailing address is:
Snohomish County Assessor
3000 Rockefeller Ave
Everett WA 98201.
Linda Hjelle, Assessor
Click the image to visit our new Tax Distribution page to see how your tax dollars are used – either Countywide or by voter approved initiatives in your area.
In the News...
2023 Assessed Values Notices in the Mail - New assessment notices will be mailed to all Snohomish County property owners on June 23rd. The new assessed values reflect the market value of each property as of January 1st, 2023 per state law requirements. Press Release