You are entitled to an easement by necessity to access the nearest public road from a landlocked property. Whether you will be made to pay for the easement is an issue you will have to explore with a local WA attorney.
My "gut" is that if the person who subdivided the lots and made them landlocked still owns adjacent property, you can get an easement by necessity across their lands.
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