Seattle Municipal Code Table of Contents
Title 5 REVENUE, FINANCE AND TAXATION
This title is intended for those provisions of the Code which relate to City taxation, funds, budgeting and claims against the City.
- Subtitle I General Regulations
For provisions regarding refunds of fees for blueprint or photography work and for certain Park and Recreation Department fees, see Chapter 3.106 of this Code.
- 5.04 Investment of City Funds
- 5.06 City Investments
- 5.08 Transfers Within Department Budgets
- 5.09 Opinion-Gathering Activities
- 5.10 Registration of Bonds
- 5.12 Accounting Procedure
- 5.14 Procedures and DocumentationCity Moneys
- 5.16 Warrants
- 5.20 Bills by City Departments for Labor or Materials
- 5.22 Payments Via Credit and Debit Cards and Electronic Commerce
- 5.24 Claims for Injuries or Damages
- 5.28 Bonds in Civil Actions
- 5.30 Definitions
- 5.32 Revenue Code
- 5.33 Small Grants
- 5.34 Small Donations
- Subtitle II Taxes
- 5.35 Commercial Parking Tax
- 5.40 Admission Tax
- 5.45 Business License Tax
- 5.46 Square Footage Tax
- 5.48 Business TaxUtilities
- 5.52 Gambling Tax
- 5.55 General Administrative Provisions
- 5.56 Leasehold Excise Tax
- 5.60 Sales and Use Tax
- 5.64 Tax on Sale of Real Estate
- 5.68 Use TaxNatural or Manufactured Gas
- 5.72 Multifamily Housing Property Tax Exemption
- 5.73 2004 Multifamily Housing Property Tax Exemption Program
- Subtitle III Funds
- 5.76 Table of Funds
- 5.78 Gift Catalogue
- 5.80 Cumulative Reserve Subfund
- 5.81 School Zone Fixed Automated Camera Revenues
Statutory Reference: For statutory provisions on investment of City funds, see RCW Ch. 35.39.
Statutory Reference: For statutory provisions regarding disclosure of public records, see RCW Ch. 42.17.
Statutory Reference: For statutory provisions on warrants, see RCW Ch. 39.56; for provisions on payment of warrants by the City Treasurer, see Charter Art. VIII § 9
Statutory Reference: for provisions regarding the State Accounting Act, see RCW 43.09.210; for provisions regarding payment of claims against municipal corporations for contractual purposes, see RCW 42.24.080.
Statutory Reference: For Charter provisions on claims for damages see Charter Art. IV § 14; for statutory provisions on actions against political subdivisions, see RCW Ch.
Statutory Reference: For statutory provisions authorizing cities to tax certain gambling activities, see RCW 9.46.110.
Statutory Reference: For statutory provisions on leasehold excise taxes, see RCW Ch. 82.29A.