Voters: You’ve received your Special Election ballot, and now is the time to vote!
To learn more about what’s on your ballot, go to King County Elections.
Once you’ve completed and sealed your ballot, you can return it by dropping it in the mail, no postage necessary, or the King County Elections drop box at Issaquah City Hall, 130 E. Sunset Way, until 8 p.m. Feb. 11, 2020.
The King County Assessor’s Office recently released an online Taxpayer Transparency Tool, which provides each King County taxpayer an individualized accounting of where their property tax dollars go, and the estimated cost of any proposed property tax measure to be voted on.
The Transparency Tool only shows the impact of property tax measures. Other ballot measures, including sales tax measures or benefit charges, are not included.