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May 29, 2020
SEATTLE — Property taxes are due Monday for some in King County, perhaps one sign that maybe things are getting back to normal amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
King County Executive Dow Constantine in March extended the due date from April 30 to June 1 for residential and commercial taxpayers who pay property taxes themselves, rather than through their mortgage lender. The move provided short-term relief for individual taxpayers.
A county news release said the deadline will not be extended further, as taxing districts rely on these revenues to support critical operations and to make June debt service payments.
Because of the ongoing pandemic, in-person payments at the King County Treasury office and at community service centers are still suspended until further notice. Payments can be made through the mail, online or at a secure dropbox at the King County Administration Building in Seattle.