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Population and Tax Distribution Data

This page contains data on city and county populations, assessed valuations, property tax levies, and sales tax distributions in Washington State from 2010 to present, compiled from information provided by the state Department of Revenue (DOR) and Office of Financial Management (OFM).


Most Recent Data (2016-2017)

Below is the most recent data available from OFM and DOR. This information includes April 1 population estimates, locally assessed values, levy rates and amounts, current maximum statutory levy rates, and sales tax distributions.

For all data since 2010, see the historical data section below. This information is updated several times per year as new data is provided by DOR and OFM. The files were last updated in July 2017 to include the 2017 OFM population estimates.

Cities and Towns

Counties


Historical Data (2010-Present)

Below is historical population, property tax, and sales tax data for all cities, towns, and counties dating back to 2010. This information includes April 1 population estimates, locally assessed values, levy rates and amounts, current maximum statutory levy rates, and sales tax distributions.

We updated this several times per year as new data is provided by DOR and OFM. The files were last updated in July 2017 to include the 2017 OFM population estimates.


Tax Reliance Map for Cities

Some cities rely more heavily on sales taxes, while others rely more on property taxes. See MRSC's tax reliance map to explore how your city's sales and property tax revenues compare to other jurisdictions across the state.


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Last Modified: August 17, 2017