Other Events of Interest

Other Events of Interest

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Senior Property Tax Relief: 2020 Update with King County Assessor John Williams

Are you one of the 26,000 qualified seniors and disabled King County homeowners who have yet to register for the current Senior Property Tax Exemption?*

Would you like to learn about the new income eligibility rules for 2020 property tax relief?

Would you like to learn when and how you can apply?

King County Tax Assessor John Wilson will explain the new eligibility requirements for Senior/Disabled Property Tax Relief that will go into effect in January of 2020 (SB5160). The new law sets the King County income exemption limit at $58,423 for income earned in 2019.*Learn how the Senior Citizens/Disabled Exemption works, who might qualify, what to do if you think you might qualify, and where to get help with the application.

Presented in partnership with the Eastside Neighbors Network and Bellevue Network on Aging.

Register here:
https://eastsideneighborsnetwork.helpfulvillage.com/events/363

Recurring Events

  • Coffee and Conversation:
    Second Monday of the month, 2 to 4 p.m.,
    Tutta Bella in Crossroads.

    For more information about the monthly coffees, as well as other activities and events, go to the Eastside Neighbors Network website. Eastside Neighbors Network is a Village with a simple mission: Empower members of the community to maintain independence by fostering connections to others and facilitating access to resources.

  • Memoir Writers Meet-up:
    Fourth Friday of the month, 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.,
    Newcastle Library, Newcastle Way, Newcastle, WA 98056.

    Preserve your life experiences, leave a legacy for future generations. Share your stories, swap writing tips, network with other Memoir writers. Bring your stories and get feedback (not criticism) to what you have written. Get ideas for capturing more memories, write a ‘creative’ memoir. All writing levels and drop-ins welcome. An experienced writer facilitates each Meet-Up.

  • Book Exchange:
    Third Saturday of the month,
    Bellevue Library, 1111 110th Ave NE, Room #5.

    Bring in up to five good-condition books and trade them in for some new-to-you titles.

  • Technical Help:
    Second and fourth Tuesday of the month, 9:30 a.m. to noon,
    North Bellevue Community Center.
    Senior Tech of Puget Sound offers one-on-one technical help. For more information go to the STPS website.

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