Property tax statements (tax bills) will be mailed on or before October 25th each year. All property owners receive a tax statement. If you do not receive a tax statement by November 1st, please notify the Assessment and Taxation office at 503-842-3400.
If you receive a green statement, it means that the property owner is responsible for paying the tax. If your tax statement is yellow, it means our records indicate a mortgage company or Oregon Department of Revenue, has requested to pay your taxes. If you have recently refinanced, the mortgage company may not have notified us of the change. Please contact your mortgage company, if you have any questions regarding who should pay your property tax. REMEMBER, property owners are ultimately responsible for paying their property taxes.
The total tax amount is indicated on the front of the tax statement. Payment "Instructions and Schedules" are clearly printed on the back of the statement. The upper portion of the tax statement should be kept for your records.
BE SURE TO MAIL YOUR PAYMENT EARLY ENOUGH TO BE POSTMARKED ON OR BEFORE THE
DO NOT SEND POST-DATED CHECKS. THEY WILL NOT BE HELD AND WILL BE PROCESSED.
Please return the lower portion (coupon) of your tax bill(s) with your payment and use the enclosed envelope with the appropriate postage. If you do not have the applicable coupon for your payment, or are using an online bill payment service, please remit your payment to:
TAX COLLECTOR, 201 LAUREL AVE, TILLAMOOK, OR 97141
Write your account number(s) on the front of your check to ensure proper credit. Your cancelled check is your receipt.
If you plan to pay your taxes in person at the courthouse Assessment and Taxation Office, please be aware that Nov. 15th and the preceding week will be very busy; long lines and waiting may be expected. For those customers that have their payments ready, there is a drop box located at our counter inside the office (available October 26th- November 15th).
In-person credit card or debit card payments in the office will be available soon. We accept online payments using Visa, MasterCard, Discover or American Express (fee of 2.49% or $2.00 minimum applies), Signature debit cards ($3.95 flat fee) , or e-check ($2.00 flat fee). Fees are applicable at the time of payment.
We also accept payments over the phone (1-833-440-3335). Visa, MasterCard, Discover or American Express (fee of 2.49% or $2.00 minimum applies), Signature debit cards (fee of 2.49% or $2.00 minimum) , or e-check ($2.00 flat fee). Fees are applicable at the time of payment.
These services are offered through Point & Pay and are very easy to utilize (instructions are available on our website). For more information, please click HERE.
All payments are credited to the oldest outstanding tax year except when the account is:
Under Senior or Disabled Citizen Deferral program with the Dept. of Revenue
Being paid by a lender who has requested that payment be credited to the current year.
CONSUMER ONLINE BANKING SERVICES AND YOUR TAXES
Online banking has made life a lot easier for many individuals. Consumers who use their bank's services are able to schedule payments and send checks directly from their online banking interface. Many find it convenient to use the online banking tools, and save time and postage as well.
If you plan to utilize this type of payment option, please be sure to note how long your banking service needs to cut and mail a check. Most bill payment check services do not use a conventional postmark when mailing payments, and often postdate the checks fro the date they think it will arrive at its destination. Some checks are held for a few days and mailed later with checks for other customers whose payments may be going to the same destination.
If this is your preferred method of payment, please initiate the payment early enough to reach our office by the deadline. Payments postmarked after the due date, or received after the due date without a postmark will not be eligible for the discount.
Checks should be made PAYABLE TO: Tillamook County Tax Collector
Payment Options and Interest
This page last updated on Friday, March 01, 2019 12:21 PM