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  • Where do I mail my tax payment?
  • Why am I receiving more than one tax statement?
  • Why did I receive a personal property tax statement?
  • Why did my personal property taxes increase?
  • If I sold or closed my business recently,  am I still liable for the tax?
  • What if I do not pay my personal property taxes?
  • Can I look up my property tax information online?
  • What does a yellow property tax statement mean?
  • What does a green property tax statement mean?
  • How much are my property taxes for this year?
  • What can I do if I do not agree with the property values?
  • What if I have delinquent taxes from prior years?
  • Am I eligible for the Senior Citizens or Disabled Citizens Deferral?
  • Am I entitled to a Veteran's Exemption?
  • What information is included on my tax statement?



  • Where should I mail my tax payment?

    Payments must be POSTMARKED on or before November 15, 2017. By Oregon law, payments postmarked after November 16th do not receive discounts; interest will accrue on the past due portion. Please return the lower portion of your tax bill(s) with timely payment in the enclosed envelope OR

  • Mail to:
  • Tillamook County Payment Processing
    PO Box 4299
    Portland OR 97208-4299

    NOTE: If you are making a payment after the Nov 16th deadline, do not mail to Tillamook County Payment Processing.

  • Please mail directly to:
  • Tillamook County
    Assessment and Taxation
    201 Laurel Avenue
    Tillamook OR 97141

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    Why am I receiving more than one tax statement?

  • If your tax lot is split by multiple taxing code areas, you will receive one statement for each code.
  • Similarly, personal property and utility property may reside in multiple taxing code areas.
  • Generally, if you own both a manufactured structure and the land on which it is resides.
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    Why did I receive a personal property tax statement?

  • You filed a confidential personal property tax return indicating you owned business personal property in Tillamook County on January 1.
  • Taxable personal property includes machinery, equipment, furniture, etc. used previously or presently in a business. This includes any property not currently being used, placed in storage, or held for sale.
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    Why did my personal property taxes increase?

    Your taxes may have increased due to one of the following or a combination of the following:

  • Additional property or replacement property added to your equipment list.
  • A late filing penalty may be included in your tax statement.
  • Returns or requests for extension are to be filed on or before March 1 to avoid penalties. If a request for an extension is granted, the filing deadline is April 15th to avoid penalties.

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    If I sold or closed my business recently, am I still liable for the tax?

  • Yes, if you owned the personal property on January 1st, you are liable for the tax.
  • Notify the County immediately if you have sold or closed the business to avoid future tax liability.
  • Notify the County of any change(s) and note the change(s) in the designated area on your personal property return.
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    What if I do not pay my personal property taxes?

  • The total tax levied on personal property becomes delinquent whenever any installment is not paid on or before the due date. The Tax Collector will send a notice of delinquency showing the total amount due, including interest, when any tax payment is not made.
  • If no payment is made in response to the delinquency notice, the Tax Collector must;

  • Issue a property tax warrant (a lien and a $47.00 fee applied to account).
  • If payment for warrant is not received, the Tax Collector may:

  • Seize and sell your property OR
  • Attach a lien to your real property.
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    Can I look up my property tax information online?

  • You may look up your Property Value Assessment online using our Account Query click HERE .
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    How much are my property taxes for this year?

  • Your total tax amount is indicated on the front of your tax statement.  To receive a 3% discount, payments must be postmarked by November 15th.
  • "Payment Instructions and Schedules" are clearly printed on the back of the tax statement.
  • The county can now accept Credit Card, Debit Card, or E-check payments.  These payments are only accepted online.  There is a fee for this service.  For more information, click HERE
  • The tax office cannot provide internet access on-site, nor can we accept credit card or e-check payments at the counter or by telephone.
  • There is a drop box located at the Tax Payment Counter inside the County Courthouse Building located at 201 Laurel Avenue, Tillamook, OR 97141. 
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