Special Election Voter’s Guide

SPECIAL ELECTION APRIL 2021

April Special Election ballots will be mailed April 6, voting starts April 9 and ends 8pm on April 27. Last day to register online to vote in this election is April 19.

The Kittitas County Auditor has solutions so you can register and vote right up until 8pm April 27 – call for information. Click here to learn about voting in Washington State.

FIRE DISTRICT LEVIES

Only residents in Thorp and Easton can vote in this April Special Election

Fire District #1 (Thorp)

Resolution 01-20-21a

The Board of Kittitas County Fire Protection District #1 adopted resolution No. 01-20-21a concerning a proposition to maintain and adequately fund district operations and hire a part-time Administrative Captain in accordance with the
District’s 5-year plan.


Proposition #1: This Proposition authorizes the District to increase its regular property tax levy to $1.20 per $1,000.00 of assessed valuation for collection in 2022 and authorizes a limit factor of 105% for each of the five succeeding years to provide adequate funding to maintain and add to fire protection and emergency medical service levels. The 2027 levy base shall serve as the base for subsequent levy limitations as provided by RCW 84.55

Should this proposition be:

APPROVED?_________
REJECTED?__________

Read Fire District #1 full Resolution here.

Fire District #3 (Easton)

Resolution 2021-01

The Board of Kittitas County Fire Protection District No. 3 adopted Resolution No. 2021-01 concerning a proposition to maintain and adequately fund District operations.

Proposition: This proposition authorizes the District to restore its regular property tax levy to $.94 per $1,000 of assessed value to be assessed in 2021 and collected in 2022. The funds will maintain and improve fire protection and emergency medical services, replace apparatus, equipment and facilities and provide for firefighter safety. The maximum allowable levy in 2021 shall serve as the base for subsequent levy limitations as provided by chapter 84.55 RCW.

Should this proposition be:

APPROVED?_________
REJECTED?__________

Read Fire District #3 full Resolution here.

SELAH SCHOOL DISTRICT LEVY

NOTE: there is also a Selah School District levy on the April ballot. If you are one of the handful of Kittitas County families in the Selah School District, you can read the levy resolution here.