Thurston County property owners will soon receive assessment notices in the mail — a few months later than normal due to COVID-19.

Revaluation notices will be mailed Monday and the 60-day appeal period ends Friday, Oct. 23, according to a county press release. In that window, residents concerned by their property’s new values can ask questions of the Assessor’s Office staff and, if necessary, file an appeal with the County Board of Equalization.

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