Free tax filing at Enumclaw library

United Way King County will be offering its services on Thursdays and Saturdays.

Free tax filing services is returning to Enumclaw.

According to United Way King County Tax Site Manager Norm Minarsich, Enumclaw used to host a free tax filing service pre-pandemic, but it so far hasn’t returned.

So this year, UWKC is stepping in, and is encouraging individuals who with an $80,000 income — or those filing jointly, $95,000 — to come to the Enumclaw library on Thursdays and Saturdays, from 1 to 5 p.m., from now until April 15. You don’t need to be a King County resident to use these services, so Buckley residents are free to come on down.

To file your taxes, you’ll need:

• Your spouse (if filing jointly)

• Photo ID

• Social Security Card or ITIN for each person on your return

• All income documents W-2’s, 1099, etc.; and

• Form 1095-A (if available)

It’s also recommended you have a bank account and routing number (for direct deposit) available.

Minarsich said his staff is prepared to file up to 20 returns a day.

For more information on this program, go to or on the