8am to 4pm

County Courthouse

Ferry County Assessor
350 E Delaware Ave. #1
Republic, WA  99166

Phone (509) 775-5225
...ext 2502
Fax (509) 775-2492

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Rachel D. Siracuse

Ferry County Assessor
Elected to Office, November 2002, 2006, 2010
, 2014



Bill Folks, Chief Appraiser & Chief Deputy

Colleen Cox, Deputy Assessor

Hayley Fletcher, Deputy Assessor

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This Microsoft Word document is an index of most Department of Revenue Property Tax forms used in the Assessor's office. Use the Ctrl F (Find) feature and a key word to find the exact form you are looking for. Click on the Form Number and the most current department form opens up for you to use.

2016 Second Quarter Index for Department of Revenue Forms


Information on filing destroyed property

Questions & Answers Regarding Destroyed Property

Destroyed Property can be filed with the Assessor's office any time after destruction. If the damaged occured as the result of a natural disaster, the current year taxes on the property will be prorated and cancelled. If taxes have already been paid, a refund will be coming to the property owner from the County Treasurer. Refunds can be made up to three years from when taxes were due. Mail your form to the County Assessor at the address at the top of this page.

may 2016

Change of Value notices were mailed out on May 27, 2016, on all taxable Real Property parcels. However an error occured with the land market value for the current year on several of them and new corrected notices have been mailed for those parcels on May 31, 2016. Please call the Assessor's office to discuss any issues you may have with your property values; the deadline for appealing to the Board of Equalization is July 1, 2016.

August 2015

New Construction Notices were sent out August 31, 2015. Property owners will have 30 days to stipulate the value with the assessor or appeal the value with the Board of Equalization.

may 2015

Change of Value Notices were sent on May 29, 2015.

December 2014

Personal Property Returns were mailed out December 2014. These forms need to be edited by the property owner with changes they made during 2014 and mailed back to the Assessor's office by April 30, 2015. Late fees will be applied to any account submited after this date.

Senior/Disabled Persons Renewal letters have been sent to those living in Revaluation Area 3 (see Revaluation Areas tab in the left side page listings). These seniors/disabled persons must fill out the renewal form and provide copies of their 2014 income to the Assessor's Office by April 30th, 2015. The return of this information is mandatory for the continuation of their exemption from property taxes .

Forms needed when buying current use or forestland

General Assessor's office information

Welcome to the Ferry County Assessor’s office web site.  I hope that the information that you find here will help you with your research.  If you need more help, please don’t hesitate to contact the office during our public hours.

The primary role of the Assessor’s office is to establish the fair market value for all property in Ferry County for tax purposes.  The Assessor is required by law to value property at market value and to assure that all values are equitable, fair and uniform to all property owners in Ferry County.

It is my responsibility as your assessor to insure that all property owners are treated fairly and impartially in accordance with our state laws.  It is our sincere desire to serve you in an effective, responsible and courteous manner.

Taxable property is divided into two classes:  Real property includes land and all buildings, structures, improvement to the land, and mobile homes.  Personal property includes machinery and equipment, fixtures, furniture, and other items that are movable in nature.  Household goods and personal effects are exempt from property taxation.

The amount of taxes to be paid is determined not only by your assessed value but by the various taxing districts such as the State of Washington, County and City legislative authorities, fire districts, school districts and other ‘junior’ districts, as well as the voting public in its consideration of special levies.

The assessed value of your property multiplied by the levy rate for the area that your property lies within established the amount of property taxes that you pay each year.  This amount can change from year to year based upon changes in your assessed value and changes in the levy rate in your area.

Estimated Total County Acres 1,410,560 1,410,560
Estimated Taxable Acres 257,603 256,608
Acres in Current Use & Forestland 180,463 181,367.71
Parcels in Current Use & Forestland 2378 2303
Taxable Real Property Parcels 9771 8975
Taxable Real Property Value 515,938,240 557,144,600
Taxable Personal Property Schedules 385 353
Taxable Personal Property Value 17,194,744 30,923,670
Taxable State Assessed Companies 41 40
Taxable State Assessed Value 19,824,826 28,634,408
Senior/Disabled Exemption Participants 330 378


Estimated Acreage Only

Total Acreage in Ferry County including bodies of water.
Federal Government
USA In Trust for the Colville Confederated Tribes
Washington State
Ferry County
Lakes & Rivers
Privately Owned