Our mission is to serve the citizens of Skagit County by striving for the highest level in equity of assessment, efficiency of operation, and professionalism of our staff.
Sedro Woolley property inspections underway
The Sedro Woolley School District is being revalued for the 2019 assessment year. Appraisers from the Assessor’s Office are currently inspecting all commercial, farm and residential properties in the district. With the exception of properties issued building permits in the six years since, the last inspections for this area occurred in 2013.
Inspections involve an exterior walk-around of structures and new photos are taken. Questions regarding interior features may be asked of residents present at the time of inspection. Appraisers are instructed to knock on the front door prior to their walk-around. They wear distinctive vests with Skagit County on the back and carry county identification cards. They drive white vehicles with the Skagit County emblem on the side. If you have questions or concerns, please contact the Assessor’s Office at 360 416-1780.
Information On Property Tax Procedures: 2018
School Funding Legislation for 2018 Collection Year
The 2017 Legislature passed Engrossed House Bill 2242 in an effort to adequately fund state schools per the McCleary vs. State of Washington decision. The bill sets a common school levy rate statewide. For taxes collected in Skagit County in 2018, it means an estimated increase of 86 cents per $1,000 of assessed value.
For more information, please see our Frequently Asked Questions
About the Assessor's Office
The assessor acts as an agent for the Washington State Department of Revenue and is responsible for administering the property tax system for the county. This process involves establishing real and personal property values for distributing taxes for each tax district, as well as reviewing each tax district’s budget request to assure all legal requirements and limitations are met. The assessor also administers and monitors compliance for recipients of tax benefit programs, such as the Senior Citizen and Disabled Exemption program and the various Current Use programs for properties used for agriculture, timber and open space.
web site has been prepared to answer questions you might have about the property tax system in Skagit
County. There are no unique rules or R.C.W.'s in Skagit County.
tax system is designed to treat all taxpayers equally across the State
of Washington. My office works hard to treat everyone fairly and promptly.
In these pages you will find a group of commonly
asked questions about revaluations, the Board
of Equalization, values, levies, and an assortment of useful information.
I welcome any comments or suggestions you may offer for improving this website to better serve the needs of the users and citizens of Skagit County.
David M. Thomas
Skagit County Assessor
Assessor Sales Data.
This tool will enable you to search valid sales dating back three
years and is illustrated by a colored legend to associate the year of
the sale. This tool is built into Imap and you can select other layers
or views if you prefer. The details for a selected parcel will appear
in a new window.
can view the Sales Data iMap layer here.
Assessor: Dave Thomas
Office Hours: 8:30 to 4:30 Mon - Fri
700 South 2nd Street, Room 204
Mount Vernon, WA 98273
Phone: (360) 416-1780
FAX: (360) 416-1790