Passport Information

PASSPORT PROCESSING IS CURRENTLY BEING PROCESSED ON WEDNESDAY ONLY

The Kittitas County Clerk's Office acts as a sub-agent for the Seattle Passport Agency. Our office can process the application for new passports and provide forms for renewals.

HOURS: 9:00 TO NOON AND 1:00 to 3:00

Please be prepared with your paperwork when you arrive.

Passport photos are available in this office for $10.

Application for a new passport

You will need the following:

  • Proof of US Citizenship (for example, Certified U.S. Birth Certificate, Certificate of Naturalization or Citizenship)
  • Two photos (must meet size and height requirements). Passport photos available in this office for $10.
  • The entire completed application – in black ink. Applications are available on the internet at Travel.State.Gov.
    Do not sign the application until you are asked to in the Clerk’s office (the signature must be witnessed by our agents).
  • Proof of identity (for example valid Driver’s License, State ID Carad, or Military ID).
  • TWO PAYMENTS ARE REQUIRED. One payment (cash, check or debit/credit card) to the Kittitas County Clerk; and a second payment via check or money order (only) payable to the US Department of State.

    Standard adult processing fee is $110 to US Department of State and $35 to the Clerk’s Office.

    Standard child* processing fee is $80 to US Department of State and $35 to the Clerk’s Office.

    Expedited services are $60 to $77.56 to the US Department of State (depending upon mailing option selected).

    Photographs are available for additional $10 to the Clerk’s Office.

    For passport card pricing, additional fees apply.

    *If the applicant is a child under the age of 16, both parents need to be present and sign the application. If one parent is not available the signed consent form must be notarized. The child must be present.

Passport Renewal

You may apply through the mail if your meet certain requirements outlined on the US Department of State's web site at http://www.state.gov/travel/. Follow the instructions provided on that site.