Redmond Treasurer & Tax Collector Office

Find Redmond Washington treasurer, tax collector, tax assessor, and property assessor offices. Treasurers and tax collectors provide information on property searches, tax bills, property liens, tax assessed values, and deductions.


Hunts Point Treasurer 3000 Hunts Point Road Hunts Point WA 98004 6.0 miles from Redmond 425-455-1834


Brier City Treasurer 2901 228th Street Southwest Brier WA 98036 10.8 miles from Redmond 425-775-5440

Seattle Treasurer 700 5th Avenue Seattle WA 98104 11.2 miles from Redmond 206-684-0242

King County Treasurer's Office 500 4th Avenue Seattle WA 98104 11.3 miles from Redmond 206-296-0923

Snohomish County Treasurer's Office 3000 Rockefeller Avenue Everett WA 98201 21.1 miles from Redmond 425-388-3300

Everett Treasurer 2930 Wetmore Avenue Everett WA 98201 21.2 miles from Redmond 425-257-8610

Kitsap County Treasurer's Office 614 Division Street Port Orchard WA 98366 26.2 miles from Redmond 360-337-7135

Silverdale Treasurer 10170 Frontier Place Northwest Silverdale WA 98383 27.4 miles from Redmond 360-337-7133

Tacoma City Treasurer 747 Market Street Tacoma WA 98402 32.9 miles from Redmond 253-591-5832

Pierce County Treasurer's Office 2401 South 35th Street Tacoma WA 98409 35.1 miles from Redmond 253-798-3710

Jefferson County Treasurer's Office 1820 Jefferson Street Port Townsend WA 98368 42.6 miles from Redmond 360-385-9150

Island County Treasurer's Office PO Box 699 Coupeville WA 98239 45.4 miles from Redmond 360-679-7301

Skagit County Treasurer's Office 700 South 2nd Street Mount Vernon WA 98273 52.1 miles from Redmond 360-336-9350

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About Treasurer & Tax Collector Offices

What forms of payment are accepted by Tax Collectors?

Tax Collectors will generally accept cash, personal checks, and credit card payments. Many will also offer online payments using electronic checks, credit cards, or PayPal. It is common for a convenience charge to be added to online payments.

What are special assessments?

Special assessments are additional charges on a property, which are usually associated with a public improvement that benefits certain property owners, such as a sewer assessment. Special assessments are usually added to the owner's property tax bill.

What are supplemental tax bills?

Supplemental tax bills are additional property tax bills that result from a re-appraisal of a property, usually because of a transfer of ownership or a physical improvement or expansion to the property. If the reappraisal determines that additional taxes are owed, a supplemental tax bill is issued.