We can help you from your home or office! Many Treasurer's Office services are available online, by phone, or by mail.
With the risk of Covid-19 increasing in Washington State, we want to share remote options for doing business at the Whatcom County Treasurer's Office. The health and safety of our community and employees is our top priority.
Whatcom County Treasurer Steve Oliver signed an order today extending the first half property tax due date until June 1 for individual and commercial taxpayers that pay their property taxes themselves. Read on...
Whatcom County Treasurer, Steven Oliver, announced today that effective immediately Whatcom County taxpayers can pay their taxes online with an electronic check with no additional transaction fees. Credit card payments continue as usual. Read on...
The Treasurer's Office will efficiently and effectively collect, report, invest and manage all monies and debt for Whatcom County, and all other junior and special purpose districts. Provide exemplary service to all of our customers by being responsive, courteous, and knowledgeable.
Responsible for monies of county, cities, port, school districts, fire districts, cemeteries, public utility districts, and water districts
Bill and collect, real and personal property taxes, due April 30 and October 31
Bill and collect, special assessments and fees, for flood control, road improvement, water, and drainage districts
Deposit and invest all funds for county and districts. Provide banking services
Collect excise tax on sale, or transfer, of real property and mobile homes
Foreclose on property for delinquent taxes
Maintain inventory of county-owned property and conduct property sales
Collect gambling taxes, 911 taxes, and local gas tax (Point Roberts)