The Kennewick Assessor's Office has moved from the Justice Center to the Kennewick Annex Building, effective April 10, 2017.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
April 10, 2017
Shyanne Faulconer, Community Programs & Public Relations Coordinator
BENTON COUNTY ASSESSOR'S OFFICE MOVES TO KENNEWICK ANNEX BUILDING
Kennewick, WA – The Benton County Assessor’s Office is pleased to announce that they have officially moved their Kennewick office from the Justice Center to the Kennewick Annex Building. Their new office will be open Tuesday, April 11.
About the Move
As part of the larger County Justice Center renovations, it was determined that the Assessor’s office would be more effective if located at the Kennewick Annex Building along with the Auditor’s Office and the Treasurer’s Office, located at 5600 W. Canal Drive. All three offices are excited about the move, and are working together to ensure that all visits to the Kennewick Annex are as smooth as possible. Being all at the same location will allow for easier access, faster visits, and a more organized and fluid experience.
This move will keep the current the business hours of the Assessor’s office to be consistent with the Auditor and Treasurer – the building is open 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM, Monday through Friday. The move will not affect the Assessor’s Prosser location as that office will still be located at the Courthouse.
About Benton County
Benton County is a located in south-central Washington. The county seat is located in Prosser, and its largest city is Kennewick. Benton County was created on March 8, 1905 and was named after U.S. Senator Thomas Hart Benton. Benton County operates under the plural executive form of government with three commissioners and seven other elected officials. Benton County has offices located in Prosser, Kennewick, and Richland. For more information, please visit www.co.benton.wa.us.