Welcome to the Asotin County Assessor section. The information in this section has been prepared to help you better understand the functions of the Assessor Office and will assist you, as a property owner and taxpayer, in understanding assessment procedures, tax collection and the distribution of tax dollars.
It is the responsibility of the Assessor to ensure that all property owners in Asotin county are treated fairly and impartially in accordance with prescribed appraisal standards and state law. We hope you find the information on this website informative and helpful. If you have questions or comments, please contact the Assessor Office at the old courthouse in Asotin (135 2nd Street), or give us a call.
2023 VALUES & NOTICES
A reminder as we prepare to send Change of Value Notices out in mid-October. The Asotin County Assessor's primary responsibility is to determine the value of all taxable real and personal property within the County. Contrary to popular misconceptions, the Assessor does not calculate taxes, collect taxes, set tax rates, or create tax bills. An Assessor’s job is not about taxes, it’s about what each property in Asotin County is worth on the open market. If market value goes up that does not directly translate into property taxes going up. Though market value is an opinion of value based on current market data, it is the best way I’ve seen throughout the Country to make sure that every property in the County is treated equitably. Market value being an opinion does have its draw backs because we don’t always have the full story. So, if the Assessor’s office is wrong or you feel your value is not correct and does not meet Washington States requirement of being at 100% of market value, then please contact the Asotin County Assessor’s office at (509) 243-2016 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Any taxpayer that disagrees with the value determined by the Assessor can appeal the valuation to the County Board of Equalization. For appeal information and deadlines, please contact the Asotin County Board of Equalization at (509) 243-2060.
Field Sheet Requests
For field sheet requests, please send us an email email@example.com or leave us a voicemail and we will process those requests in the order they are received. Please allow 3 to 5 business days for your request to be processed.
- Appraiser: Keshia Gilbert (Residential) Ext #1564
- Appraiser: Dee Dee Portlock (Residential) Ext #1563
- Chief Deputy: Gail Waller (Mapping, Boundary Line Adjustments, Farm/Open Space) Ext #1561
- Office Assistant: Tasha Zupo (Personal Property Asset Listings, Senior Exemptions) Ext #1562