Property taxes due soon, but extensions are available

Clallam County residents affected by the 2019 novel coronavirus are able to file for an extension, the Clallam County Treasurer’s Office said last week.

County treasurer Teresa Marchi said in a press release that taxpayers who have been financially affected by COVID-19 and unable to pay their first half 2020 taxes by April 30 can apply for a 90-day extension.

Taxpayers may complete and submit a 2020 “Property Tax Extension Application” to the treasurer’s office. The application is available at www.clallam.net/Treasurer/index.html.

It is also available in the Courthouse Lobby in front of the Treasurer’s Office, and can also be requested by phone or mail. It must be submitted to the Treasurer’s Office by April 30.

The Clallam County Treasurer is encouraging property owners who are financially able to pay their first half or full year taxes to do so by the April 30 deadline.

Payments can be mailed or dropped off at the County Courthouse, either in the lobby or the gray box located in the drive through circle in front of the Courthouse. Payments by credit card or e-check can be made online at www.clallam.net/ Treasurer/index.html.

To access property tax information online, select “Property Search” in the left-hand column on the home page of the County’s website at www.clallam.net.

Those with questions regarding property taxes or the application for an extension are asked to call the Clallam County Treasurer’s Office at 360-417-2344.

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