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Time to Vote
The election date is Feb. 11th, 2020.
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Are tax exemptions available?

Are tax exemptions available?

Disabled persons or those 61 years of age or older may be eligible for a tax exemption. For more information, contact the...
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How do I register to vote?

Register online or by mail before February 3, 2020: VoteWA.gov Or register in person before 8 PM on Election Day February 11, 2020 at:...
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Where can I find more information?

Find more information, visit the school district’s levy page online, http://www.washougal.k12.wa.us/district-budget-information/levy/ Or contact Superintendent Dr. Mary Templeton, (360) 954-3000.
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How does Washougal’s levy compare to other school districts?

Most school districts in Washington State require levies to support critical programs and services. Washougal’s tax rates are currently in the middle of...
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What does the levy pay for?

HEALTH & SAFETY High School Resource Officers Security Officers Counselors Nurses Family Resource Centers   STUDENT LEARNING & STAFFING Art & Music Advanced...
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Didn’t we just have a levy election?

Washougal’s last levy election was in 2017 for a three year levy. In 2015 voters passed a school construction bond that paid...
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What will it cost me?

Again, these are not new taxes, a yes vote replaces the levies you are already paying. The EP&O Levy is $2.14 per $1,000...
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Are these new taxes?

No! They replace the current levies expiring at the end of 2020, and are projected to remain flat over the next three years...
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What happens if the levies fail?

Levy dollars provide a critical 14% of our school budget! They make up the difference between what it costs to operate our...
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