Forms, Applications & Reports
General Online Forms
- Name and Address Change Form: If you need to change the name and/or address for a tax parcel, you may submit the Name and Address Change Request Form online. Once changes have been submitted it may take up to (30) days for changes to be reflected as submitted.
- Tax Statement Request Form: To print, enter your parcel number or search by full street address.
- Scroll down to and click the following link: "Installments Paid/Payable" on current accounts or "View Detailed Statement" on unpaid / delinquent accounts.
- Print the resulting page for your records.
- Gambling Tax Form (PDF)
Miscellaneous Electronic Forms
- Admission Tax Form (PDF): 5% admissions administration tax collections form.
- 2019 State Forest Fire Refund Forms will be available approximately the first week of November 2019.
If there is any difference in the ownership name on any of the accounts,those accounts will not group together. If you pay multiple fees in Snohomish County on tax parcels less than 50 acres, DNR will refund all but one of these fees minus a $.50 processing fee per account which the county retains (RCW 76.04.610). The Department of Natural Resources does not always charge a fee against the total acreage you own. If the acreage on your form does not agree with your actual acreage, it means the DNR is not charging the fee against all your land.
For Questions regarding Forest Fire Fee; contact DNR - 360-902-1336 or email DNR
Excise Affidavit Forms
Washington State Law requires that a Real Estate Excise Tax Affidavit be completed and signed prior to a deed being recorded to transfer ownership of real property. For your convenience, some helpful hints (PDF) are available to assist you in filling out the affidavit.
View the Washington State Department of Revenue (DOR) real estate excise forms online.
These electronic forms are accepted in Snohomish County but may not be accepted in other Washington counties. If you wish to record a property transfer in another county, please check with that county prior to completing these electronic forms.
Many forms are in portable document format (PDF), which requires Adobe Acrobat Reader®.
If you prefer not to download a form, you may get information on where to get or mail a form by contacting the Treasurer.