Show All Answers
For example, let's say a portion of your tax bill is for a city:
Yes. The average 2020 tax rate in Snohomish County is about $10.28 per $1,000 of assessed valuation. Rates vary from area to area and from year to year, but multiplying the number of thousands of dollars of price or cost by $10.28 will provide a rough estimate of taxes. Tax rates ranged from a low of $6.2307 to a high of $12.3734 depending on where you live in the county.
View the national governments chart regarding property taxes.
View the Levy Limits & Taxing Districts page for more information.
"Taxing district" means the state and any county, city, town, port district, school district, road district, metropolitan park district, regional transit authority, water-sewer district, or other municipal corporation, now or hereafter existing, having the power or authorized by law to impose burdens upon property within the district in proportion to the value thereof, for the purpose of obtaining revenue for public purposes, as distinguished from municipal corporations authorized to impose burdens, or for which burdens may be imposed, for such purposes, upon property in proportion to the benefits accruing thereto.
Fire District page
School District page
Other Taxing District page
View the City Taxing Districts page for more information.
Snohomish County updates all taxable real and personal property assessed values annually as of January 1 of each year. The Official Notice Of Assessed Value will be mailed for most properties in June of that year and the property value will be taxed in the following year. The dates are set by state law and apply whether property values are decreasing and increasing.
For example, Properties are assessed as of January 1, 2018. The 2018 Official Notice Of Assessed Value are then mailed in June 2018. The values in the June 2018 notice are used to calculate property taxes owed in 2019.