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Kitsap County Treasurer's Office Announces Updated Payment Systems3/20/2024

For Immediate Release

March 20, 2024


Kitsap County Treasurer's Office Announces Updated Payment Systems

New year. New design. Same great service!

PORT ORCHARD, Wash. – The Kitsap County Treasurer's Office is proud to announce two major improvements designed to enhance the billing and payment experience for residents. Earlier this year, our office revamped property tax statements, introducing a modern design that provides a clear, detailed breakdown of how the current year's tax dollars are allocated.

"The new statements are designed to be clear and easily consumable," said County Treasurer Peter Boissonneau. "We want every taxpayer to understand exactly where their money is going.  We have also added QR codes to our payment stubs to make paying taxes electronically as easy as possible."

In addition, the Treasurer's Office has switched payment vendors to InvoiceCloud, allowing constituents to register and make a profile, link tax accounts, sign up for paperless billing, set up AutoPay, and register for Pay by Text. Electronic check payments made via are ALWAYS FREE. The system also supports all major credit cards, Apple Pay, Google Pay, Venmo, and PayPal, offering numerous payment options to our taxpayers.

Tax payments can also be made through regular mail at P.O. Box 169, Port Orchard, WA 98366, or in person at the Treasurer's Office on the third floor of the Kitsap County Administration Building, 619 Division St., Port Orchard, WA 98366.  If you plan to mail your payment, we suggest bringing your envelope to the post office several days early to ensure your mail is postmarked before the due date.

As a reminder, first half installments of property taxes are due on April 30th, with second half installments due on October 31st. 

For more information on these updates, please visit the Treasurer's website. Residents who need assistance or have questions about payments are encouraged to email the Treasurer's Office or call (360) 337-7135.

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Hope Beyl, Chief Deputy Treasurer,, (360) 337-7135


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