County appraisers to resume physical inspections Monday

County appraisers to resume physical inspections Monday

While the Kitsap County Assessor’s office remains closed to the general public, appraisers will resume physical property inspections this week.

Appraisers, who will return to work on Monday, May 4, will not get out of their vehicles while making onsite inspections and they have been asked to not make contact with property owners. The county asks that if you do need to speak to an appraiser in the field to please maintain social distancing protocols of at least six feet of distance.

Although the assessor’s office is closed, staff is still able to provide services.

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