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Pierce County property taxes for 2012 to be released Feb. 3

Post by Steve Maynard / The News Tribune on Jan. 26, 2012 at 2:21 pm with 1 Comment »
January 26, 2012 2:24 pm

Taxpayers can look up their 2012 property taxes on the Pierce County Assessor-Treasurer’s website, www.piercecountywa.org/atr, after 4:30 p.m. Feb. 3.

Property tax statements for 2012 will be delivered to Pierce County taxpayers that pay their own property taxes starting Feb. 15, the assessor-treasurer’s office said today. Those who pay their property taxes through their mortgage company will not receive a statement. Instead, their mortgage company will be notified of taxes due.

Here’s the news release:

Pierce County

Office of the Assessor-Treasurer

2401 South 35th Street, Room 142
Tacoma, Washington 98409-7498
(253) 798-6111 • (800) 992-2456
FAX (253) 798-3142

Press Release – January 26, 2012


Pierce County Property Tax Information

Taxpayers will be able to view their 2012 property taxes on the Assessor-Treasurer’s website at www.piercecountywa.org/atr after 4:30PM on Friday, February 3, 2012.

Property tax statements for 2012 collections will be delivered to those Pierce County taxpayers that pay their own property taxes, starting on Wednesday, February 15, 2012. If your property taxes are paid through your mortgage company you will not receive a statement, your mortgage company will be notified of taxes due.

If you pay your own property tax and have not received a statement by the end of February, please call our customer service line at 253/798-6111 so a statement can be sent to you.

All 2012 levy reports including Average Tax Rates, Summary of Assessed Values in Pierce County and Summary of Taxing District Budgets will be available on line at the same time.

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  1. trparker says:

    Tell me. Why does the county feel they can continually raise the interest on our property taxes while the economic environment continues to de-value our property/homes? It’s robbery, thats all there is to it!

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