Washington State Cities Spread Out, Sales Tax Rates Impacted
- Jun 14, 2013 | Gail Cole
A number of Washington State cities are loosening their belts and expanding their size.
Effective July 1, 2013, the following cities are increasing their boundaries through annexation:
- Forks (Clallam County): Klahn Family Annexation;
- Redmond (King County): Jones Annexation;
- Snohomish (Snohomish County): Snohomish Youth Soccer Annexation;
- Tonasket (Okanagan County): Corso Parcel Annexation, Chief Tonasket Park South, and Mill Drive / Bonaparte;
- Vancouver (Clark County): Glenwood Hills Annexation;
- Lynnwood (Snohomish County);
- Ridgefield (Clark County); and
- Moses Lake (Grant County).
“According to the Department of Revenue, “[s]ales tax rates for businesses included in the annexation may be affected.” The various city planning departments should have more information.
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