Important Deadlines | Funding and Basis | Services We Provide | Users of Our Services
Please keep in mind the following important deadlines:
Property Tax Statements for 2013/14:
Real Property Returns for 2014/15:
Will be mailed by December 31, 2013.
Are due on March 3, 2014.
|Veterans Exemptions for 2014/15:
Will be mailed on December 31, 2013.
Are due on April 1, 2014.
Small Tract Forestland
Option (STF), Designated Forestland, and Non-EFU Farmland
Special Assessment Programs:
New applications are due April 1 each year for taxes due the following November 15th.
Telephone us at 503-842-3400 or 1-800-488-8280 ext. 4002
Fax us at 503-842-3448
Mail inquiries to:
Tillamook County Assessment &Taxation
201 Laurel Avenue
Tillamook, OR 97141
Our office is open Monday - Friday (excluding holidays) from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
FUNDING AND BASISOregon law requires the assessment of real and personal property to determine the amount of property taxes that property owners pay to the various taxing districts. (See Summary of Assessment )
The department's funding is primarily provided through a grant and property taxes.
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SERVICES WE PROVIDE
Location of property by owner, address, and account number or map number. (Go to Account Query.)
Real Market Value and Assessed Value of each property in the county, both current and for prior years. (Go to Account Query.)
Appraisal inventory for both land and structures, i.e. size of land, square footage of structures, components of the house, year built, condition of the property and structures as of date appraised, and other relevant information. (Go to Account Query.)
Tax Statements can be found online. (Go to Account Query.)
Property sales data on all recorded transactions. (Go to Sales Data Report.)
Reports on sales, assessment, and ownership information.
Special assessment programs for farm, forest, historical, and open space properties.
Exemptions and partial exemptions for veterans, religious, fraternal, benevolent, charitable and scientific institutions, senior service centers, and cemetery and burial grounds. For more information on these exemptions, please visit the Oregon Department of Revenue's website
Other short term exemptions such as Commercial Facilities under Construction, Enterprise Zone, and Pollution Control Facilities.
Tax deferral programs such as the Senior Citizen's Tax Deferral Program and the Disabled Citizen's Property Tax Deferral Program.
Collect property tax for taxing districts. (See Tax Payment Procedures or Summary of Assessment or Tax Rates or Assessor Letter or Top Ten Taxpayers in 2013/14 )
Forms for manufactured dwelling ownership changes. Effective May 1, 2005, responsibility for maintaining ownership and siting information for manufactured structures transferred from the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) to the Building Codes Division (BCD). Homeowners and other interested parties should no longer contact DMV if they buy, move, or otherwise change the status of a manufactured home or other manufactured structure. Instead, most transactions will now take place at the county assessor’s office, which will be acting on behalf of the division. More information is available from the Building Codes Division Manufactured Home Ownership webpage. Or contact the county Assessor's Office (see Contact A&T.)
(See Manufactured Structures Assessment and Taxation ).
Forms for property value appeals from the Department of Revenue and Oregon Tax Court.
How to Appeal Your Property Value,
Board of Property Tax Appeals Forms and Instructions,
Oregon Tax Court.
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USERS OF OUR SERVICESTitle Companies, Fee Appraisers, and other departments and agencies use our information in preparing title searches, finding comparable sales, and determining ownership and location or the condition of a property as of a given date.
Real estate sales offices inquire about our inventory data, assessed values, and taxes.
Attorneys use our assessed value information to establish market value in domestic disputes.
Banks sometimes use our assessed value information on home equity loans.
The general public inquires about sales in a particular area in preparation for buying or selling property and may inquire on property owner's names, mailing addresses, assessed value, and tax information.
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This page was last updated on Wednesday, February 19, 2014 08:10 AM