2017 Tax Foreclosure Sale
Postponed Until Further Notice

Notice is hereby given that the Mason County Treasurer intends to conduct its 2017 Tax Foreclosure Sale as an on-line auction using a third party vendor, Bid4Assets.

This change has become necessary due the result of budget cuts in the Treasurer’s office.  The Treasurer’s office no longer has the staffing resources to hold the sale in person.

The 2017 Tax Foreclosure Sale tentatively scheduled for February 2nd, 2018 is being postponed to a later date in February or early March to accommodate the setup up of the on-line auction process.

The new sale date, on-line bidding process, and “Terms of Sale” will made available as soon as we have it completed.  We expect that this should be available in the next 10 to 15 business days.

Thank you for your patience.

 
 

Tax information is available on our Taxsifter website or by calling the Mason County Treasurer's Office at 360-427-9670, Ext. 475.

Mason County Treasurer
PO Box 429
Shelton, WA 98584-0429

 

Lisa Frazier
Elisabeth (Lisa) Frazier,
Mason County Treasurer
  The County Treasurer holds a key position of public trust in the financial affairs of local government.
 
 
Primary Responsibilities
   
  • The billing and collection of real and personal property taxes (including foreclosure and distraint proceedings against delinquent accounts for sale at public auctions), special assessments, gambling taxes, and other miscellaneous revenue.
  • Receipting and accounting for all funds and deposits of revenue for the state, county and junior taxing districts.
  • Depositing and investing of all funds for the county and junior taxing districts. Managing the cash flow of the county and junior taxing districts.
  • Coordinating banking services for the county and junior taxing districts.
  • Collecting excise tax on the sale or transfer of real property and mobile homes.
  • Administering short and long term debt financing.
 
Mission Statement

To efficiently and effectively collect, report and manage all monies and debt for the County and all other junior and special purpose districts.  To provide responsive, courteous and knowledgeable service to all our customers.

 
Core Values

We Believe in:

  • Providing personal attention and service
  • Acting with honesty and integrity
  • Listening to our customers
  • Helping to educate our customers
  • Having a sense of humor
  • Being involved in our communities
  • Challenging and rewarding ourselves and others
 
Service Expectations

Take Pride in……

  • Acknowledging and greeting others with a smile
  • Providing individual attention
  • Valuing others and their time
  • Treating others with courtesy and respect
  • Expressing appreciation of others and saying “thank you”
  • Creating a positive experience
  • Informing and advising accurately
  • Taking responsibility, initiative and ownership
  • Building trust, enhancing or establishing valuable resources and relationships
  • Learning daily; sharing and providing alternatives and solutions
  • Being professional in appearance, demeanor and representative of the office
  • Having fun!