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  • ORMAP Oregon's property mapping toolOregon Mapping Project
    Whether you are shopping for new property, paying your county taxes, or mapping a new fence line - ORMAP is a great resource for all Oregonians. Look up tax lots by address, or explore the website until you find what you need.

    Go to the ORMAP website
  • How are Oregon property taxes assessed?Oregon Property Taxes

    Property taxes are primarily managed and collected by the county the property is located in. The Department of Revenue provides oversight and assistance to the counties by establishing general guidelines and administrative tools. We also manage property tax for utilities and other cross-county entities.

    Learn more about Oregon property taxes

  • Oregon's senior and disabled deferral property tax programDo You Qualify For Our Deferral Program?
    Disabled and senior citizens, can "borrow" from the state of Oregon to pay property taxes to the county. Find out today if you qualify for the program, and how to apply.

    Get Deferral Program information

  • Forestland and timber harvest taxesForestland and Timber Harvest Taxes
    Forestland in Oregon is assessed differently than other property. This reduced tax assessment is intended to recognize the importance of forestland to Oregon's economy and respond to the growing pressures that urban growth puts on natural resources. All timber harvested in Oregon is subject to the forest products harvest tax. In addition, harvests may be subject to the small tract forestland (STF) severance tax.

    Learn how Oregon forestland is taxed

Oregon Property Taxpayer Resources County and Local Government Resources
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Your county assessor's office manages property tax lot information, and has many resources available online. View a list of local county websites, or visit the ORMAP web tool to look up property plat maps.

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Senior and Disabled Property Tax Deferral Programs

Low and moderate income Oregonians over the age of 62, or those who are disabled and meet certain qualifications, can defer paying property taxes on their residences. 

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> County Contact Information

> Property Tax Exemptions

> Food Processing Equipment Exemption Forms

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> Search the Department of Revenue Property Tax website

> View our website subject index

> Send your questions in an email

Local Budget
Local taxing districts can get information and resources for preparing their local budgets.
Boundary Change Process
Want to know more about taxing district boundary changes? Read the boundary change FAQ, or download the boundary change handbook.
Calendar of Due Dates
We've created a detailed calendar for our county partners to help their taxpayers. Download the property tax calendar.
County Assessor Tools
Not finding what you need? We've got more tools and information to help you and your staff.

Appraiser Registration

Read about registered property appraiser qualification requirements, examinations and annual certification.

Independent Registered Appraiser NoticeCertify continuing education requirements electronically using our web form.

Training Calendar

Visit our new training calendar for assessors and appraisers, and discover our easy online registration.