WALLA WALLA — Printing problems have delayed delivery of property tax statements for the second half of the year, Walla Walla County Treasurer Gordon Heimbigner said Monday.
Property owners should begin seeing tax statements arriving by this weekend or Monday, Heimbigner said. Normally the statements would have been sent out by mid-month, he said.
Property taxes are due Oct. 31.Payments must be made at the Treasurer’s Office in the Walla Walla County Courthouse, 315 W. Main St., or postmarked by Oct. 31to avoid being late.
Tax payments can also be deposited in the drop box behind the courthouse, at Baker Boyer Bank’s downtown office at 7 W. Main St. or at its College Place branch office, 630 S. College Ave.
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Heimbigner said his office hopes to have a new multi-payment option plan ready for implementation by June. The option would allow property owners to authorize the Treasurer’s Office to automatically withdraw a monthly payment from their bank accounts to avoid having make an annual or bi-annual payment.
People who would like to be put on a sign-up list for the program should call the Treasurer’s Office at 5247-2750.