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Start by completing the enrollment form. If you have questions regarding the form, call 360- 679-7302 for assistance.
On your enrollment form you can choose whether to pay your taxes in two installments or at once for the full year. If you chose two installments, your account will be debited on April 25 and Oct. 25 of the current year. If those dates fall on a weekend or holiday, payment will be withdrawn the next business day. If you choose to pay for the full year, your account will be debited on April 25 for your entire current year tax amount.
Island County has an email bulletin service that can send you a reminder that your tax payment withdrawal is imminent. The email will be sent approximately one week prior to the withdrawal.
Start the AutoPay enrollment process by providing your email address and clicking "Submit." When the list of county topics appears, scroll to "Treasurer," which is located in alphabetical order at the bottom of the list. Under "Treasurer," select "AutoPay Property Tax Withdrawal Reminder." You must sign up for this service to receive the reminder. No other notification will be sent.
Complete a new enrollment form with the updated information or go here for more information.
Complete a new enrollment form with the updated information. This must be done by April 10 or Oct. 10. After those dates, no changes to banking information can be accepted. See link for more information.
Complete a Cancel Request Form and send it to the Treasurer’s office.
If your financial institution does not honor the payment, your property tax account will accrue a $40 service fee as well as any penalty and interest that may accrue per state statute. In addition, your AutoPay agreement will be canceled.
To meet the next payment date, enrollments form must be in our office no later than March 15 for the first half payment and Sept. 15 for the second half payment.
No. the taxpayer is responsible for having all property taxes current when applying for Autopay enrollment, including prior period delinquencies. Applications submitted for accounts with delinquent balances due to missed payments will be held until payment is made in full.
For already-enrolled accounts, if balances arise between AutoPay withdrawal dates due to tax roll adjustments (e.g., for a removed exemption), they should be paid as billed according to the due date on the corrected tax statement to avoid accrued late charges that may occur by waiting for the AutoPay withdrawal date. If the billed due date falls after the AutoPay withdrawal date, the balance should be paid as billed according to the due date, because only taxes due April 30 and/or Oct. 31 will be withdrawn for AutoPay enrollments.
The taxpayer is responsible for routinely checking their own property tax account(s) for discrepancies.