Second half property taxes due by Nov. 3

Clallam County treasurer Teresa Marchi is reminding local property owners that second half property taxes are due by Tuesday, Nov. 3.

Payments must be postmarked or dropped off at the Clallam County Courthouse, 223 E. Fourth St., Port Angeles, by Nov. 3. Payments received after the deadline will be subject to interest and/or penalty and will be returned.

While payments can be mailed or dropped off at the courthouse — either in the lobby or the gray box located in the drive through circle in front of the courthouse — the Clallam County Treasurer’s Office remains closed to the public.

Those needing to pay in cash need to pay by cashier’s check. First Federal (227 E. Sixth St.) and First Security Bank (located at 134 W. Eighth St.) in Port Angeles have agreed to waive the fee for a cashier’s check made payable to the Clallam County Treasurer, Marchi said.

Those requiring a receipt are asked to enclose a self-addressed stamped envelope with the payment.

Payments by credit card or e-check can be made online at www.clallam.net/Treasurer/index.html; a convenience fee is charged by the vendor.

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.

For more information regarding property taxes, call the Treasurer’s Office at 360-417-2344.

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