Value Notices:

As of June 30, 2017, value notices have been sent to the owners of 321,500 residential and commercial properties throughout Pierce County. The average residential property countywide rose 12.3% to $291,848.  That’s an average increase of $31,310 over 2016 value.  These 2017 values will be used to calculate 2018 property taxes. 
Welcome to the Assessor-Treasurer's Website

Here you’ll find a wealth of information about each of the 330,000 properties in Pierce County, by clicking on our popular Parcel Search. You’ll also get answers to frequently asked questions about your property taxes—how values and rates are determined, where the funds collected (about $1.2 billion per year) are used, and how to go about seeking exemptions, deferrals and appeals. You can even pay your taxes online!

As your Pierce County Assessor-Treasurer, I am honored to lead a team of 77 people dedicated to serving you with respect and earning your trust. While almost no one enjoys paying taxes, we all understand that schools, roads, libraries, parks and public safety need our support. Our pledge to you is that we will make every effort to see that you are taxed fairly and correctly, and if we do make a mistake, we’ll fix it.

On behalf of over 75 taxing districts in Pierce County which are served by the Assessor-Treasurer’s office, thank you for making these public services possible by your property tax support. If you have questions or concerns that are not addressed on this website—or an idea to improve our service to you, please contact us.

Mike Lonergan

 Mike Lonergan

Pierce County Assessor Treasurer
2401 S. 35th St.
Room 142
Tacoma, WA 98409
Hours of Operation
Monday - Friday
8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Contact Information
Ph: (253) 798-6111
Fx: (253) 798-3142
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Latest News from the Assessor-Treasurer

  1. 2017 Property Tax Statements Mailed and Online

    Property tax is one of the principal ways that we pay for the many services of local government. Pierce County’s Assessor-Treasurer will collect $1.27 Billion this year for education, public safety, parks, roads... Read on...
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