Redmond Auditor Office

Find Redmond Washington auditor offices. Auditors provide information on government auditing standards, internal audits, financials, budgets, debt, spending, accounting, operations, compliance and performance.


Seattle Auditor 700 5th Avenue Seattle WA 98104 11.2 miles from Redmond 206-615-0555


Snohomish County Auditor 22911 56th Avenue West Mountlake Terrace WA 98043 11.9 miles from Redmond 425-775-7515

Everett Auditor 3501 Colby Avenue Everett WA 98201 20.7 miles from Redmond 425-257-2137

Snohomish County Auditor 1721 Hewitt Avenue Everett WA 98201 21.2 miles from Redmond 425-388-3371

Washington State Auditor 512 12th Street Bremerton WA 98337 25.0 miles from Redmond 360-895-6133

Port Orchard Auditor 600 Kitsap Street Port Orchard WA 98366 26.2 miles from Redmond 360-895-6133

Tacoma Auditor 949 Market Street Tacoma WA 98402 33.1 miles from Redmond 253-593-2047

Pierce County Auditor 1323 East Main Avenue Puyallup WA 98372 34.3 miles from Redmond 253-845-8811

Pierce County Auditor 2401 South 35th Street Tacoma WA 98409 35.1 miles from Redmond 253-798-7445

Pierce County Auditor 2501 South 35th Street Tacoma WA 98409 35.2 miles from Redmond 253-798-8683

Pierce County Auditor 6722 19th Street West Tacoma WA 98466 35.7 miles from Redmond 253-564-6555

Washington Auditor 10102 Bristol Avenue Southwest Tacoma WA 98499 40.1 miles from Redmond 253-588-7786

Mount Vernon Auditor 1920 South 3rd Street Mount Vernon WA 98273 51.4 miles from Redmond 360-336-9348

About Auditor Offices

How does an Auditor select an agency or program to audit?

An Auditor may take a systematic approach by auditing all agencies or programs on a predetermined schedule, for example, one departmental audit per year. Alternatively, an audit may be initiated as a result of a specific question or issue that has been raised about an agency or program.

Does every government entity have an Auditor?

Every state has a department responsible for the audit function, though their responsibilities vary. In some states, separate departments or offices are responsible for different types of audits, such as performance audits, investigative audits, and financial audits. The U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO) is the federal audit agency, though many federal agencies also have their own audit office. Many, but not all, county and local governments have an audit office.

Who appoints the Auditor?

At the state level, auditors may be elected or appointed by the legislature. County and local Auditors may be elected or appointed by either the legislative body or by a separate committee with oversight or audit authority.