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Are you having troubles accessing our Mapsifter or Taxsifter sites??
Recently, we have been receiving calls and emails with frustrated citizens that are not able to access our mapsifter or taxsifter sites. There is no issue with our sites. What we have discovered is that this issue only exists with customers that are using a Century Link internet connection. This means any device that is connected to a Century Link hard wire connection or wifi connection. We have worked Diligently with Century Link to try and resolve this issue but have had no luck with a resolution. We have been told by some customers that a reset of their Century Link Modem does correct the issue. Century Link's instructions for a reset of your modem is here.
Are you curious about how Assessed values affect taxes? Watch this helpful video to learn more about what your Assessor's office does.
Another great video that explains the importance of property tax and how it supports local infrastructure.
COVID-19 Assessor's Office Operations
As of June 29th, our office is now open to the public again. Safe distancing, sanitation, facemasks, and face to face shielding has been put into place for employee and customer safety. All in person visitors are required to wear a facemask per the governor's order and you will be checked at the entrance of the county administration building for a facemask and a temperature check prior to being allowed in. You can also call our office during business hours and will always get a live person 360-249-4121. Your Assessor is available during this time via email directly at email@example.com
A MESSAGE FROM THE COUNTY ASSESSOR'S OFFICE
Welcome to our website!
This web site has been designed to give you a better understanding of our Grays Harbor County Assessor’s Office and to make our public records available to you 24 hours a day seven days a week.
Grays Harbor County covers a 1,910 square mile area. Our office maintains information for over 64,000 real property parcels and 2,700 business personal property and utility parcels.
You will find on this site a GIS program called Mapsifter that provides a detailed series of maps showing all properties within the county including aerial photos and the ability to add and remove different GIS layers. Each time property is sold or divided or a new plat is filed, the transaction will be processed and then reflected in our records. Be sure to click on the gray Legend bar on the lower left corner while on the site to see the different GIS layers that you can choose to turn on or off.
In our Taxsifter program, we will have listed the owner’s name, the SITUS address, a tax parcel ID number, a tax code, a land use code, a five year history of the assessed value of land and improvements along with many other details on the property and building for each parcel. You can also use our Sale Search tool to find sales of property throughout Grays Harbor County. For more detailed instructions on how to use the search functions of these programs, visit our helpful hints and tips page here.
As the Assessor I do not determine or raise your taxes. It is my responsibility to administer the tax laws of the state of Washington and to value all property subject to taxes as mandated by the Washington State Legislature. It is also my responsibility to calculate the levies imposed by the various taxing districts and additional special levies for which the people have voted.
The employees in the Assessor's Office work hard to accomplish the tasks of establishing equality in assessments as well as handling daily tasks and assisting the public. We also thank the taxpayers of Grays Harbor County that have been willing to cooperate and assist us with our work.
As a public servant, it is my sincere desire to assist the taxpayers of Grays Harbor County in an effective, responsible, and courteous manner and I welcome your inquiries regarding any matter concerning this office.
Feel free to give us a call at 360-249-4121 if you have any questions or need information that is not listed online already. When calling the Assessor's office during business hours, a live person will answer the phone 100% of the time and be ready and willing to help you with any questions you may have. Customer service is very important to me. If you have any comments, good or bad about your experience with the Assessor's office, please email them to firstname.lastname@example.org
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