File County Official, Candidate and Lobbyist Reports

The Snohomish County Code of Ethics requires certain individuals to report their financial information and activities to the Snohomish County Auditor's Office, in addition to their state reporting. Forms may be obtained from the Public Disclosure Commission (PDC) website.

See the Snohomish County Code of Ethics (SCC 2.50) for deadlines and more information.


County elected and appointed officials

County elected and appointed officials are required to file an F1 Personal Financial Affairs Statement with the County Auditor's Office. Appointed officials include chief deputies, department heads, and members of the county planning commission, board of equalization, boundary review board, and ethics commission.


Candidates for county elected office

Candidates running for a Snohomish County elected office must file their Washington State Public Disclosure Commission reports with the County Auditor's Office. These reports include an F1 Personal Financial Affairs Statement as well as campaign finance reports (C1-C7).


Lobbyists

Lobbyists must file an L-1 Lobbyist Registration form with the County Auditor's Office within 30 days of becoming a lobbyist. Additionally, registered lobbyists must file L-2 Lobbyist Monthly Expenditure Reports with the County Auditor's office semi-annually.


File with the Auditor's Office — Recording Division

There is no fee for filing forms and reports required by the Snohomish County Code of Ethics.

In person

Visit the Snohomish County Customer Service Cetner to submit your document in person.

By mail

Submit documents to:

Snohomish County Auditor's Office — Recording Division

3000 Rockefeller Ave M/S 204

Everett, WA 98201

By email

Email a PDF copy to the Recording Division: recording@snoco.org