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Revenue Reports

Money Coming In: Revenue Reports and Charts

A variety of revenue sources fund the operation of state government.
General Fund dollars come almost entirely from income taxes paid by individual Oregonians and Oregon businesses. The General Fund is also the most discretionary source of funds that the Governor and Legislature may spend.
Other Funds are the largest single category of revenues the state receives for the state budget. They include money from some taxes — chiefly those related to highway use, employment, and forests. They also include revenues from state licensing fees and the state's "business-like" incomes, such as tuition, hunting/fishing permits and other fees for services, and many funds related to loans or bonds.
State law (either the state constitution or statutes) dedicates most Other Funds to pay for specific state services or programs. Other Funds do not include money from property taxes. In fact, all property tax revenues remain under the control of local governments.
Federal Funds are revenues that the federal government has legally dedicated to specific programs and services. The federal government limits the state's choices about where and how to spend this money. Some federal dollars come to the state as a fixed amount for a specific program. Most Federal Funds however, are matching money for state expenditures.
If the state removes its General Fund dollars from a matched program, the federal government holds back its matching funds. Federal dollars are available only if the state operates the program with the federal government's approval.
Lottery Funds are another significant source of money the state can use for specific purposes. Lottery Funds go to dedicated purposes such as higher education sports programs, county economic development, the Education Stability Fund, the Parks and Natural Resources Fund, debt service, and the treatment of gambling addiction.

This report shows total General, Other, Lottery, and Federal Fund revenues projected to be available to agencies during the 2019-2021 budget biennium (Legislatively Adopted Budget).  
It also provides revenue information for Oregon state agencies, organized by agency # and by fund type (e.g. General Fund, Lottery Funds, Other Funds, Federal Funds).


Oregon Lottery: Comprehensive Annual Financial Reports (CAFRs)

The Lottery Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR) meets the legal requirements for publication, as an annual accounting of financial activities for the Oregon Lottery​

​For more information visit How Lottery Funds are Allocated & Reports by County

Public Finance Basic Facts

The Legislative Revenue Office (LRO) publishes research reports​ annually that provide a historial comparitive analysis of the Oregon revenue system.

                 2019 - Public Finance - Basic Facts

For more information contact the  Legislative Revenue Office (LRO).

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Additional Resources

Informational resources provided through the Legislative Revenue Office

2009 Personal Income Tax Orientation
Overview of Oregon's tax on personal income.

2009 Oregon Property Tax Orientation
Overview of Oregon's property tax structure. 

2009 Lottery Orientation

History of the Oregon Lottery, money earned from games, and how money is spent.

Quarterly Economic and Revenue Forecast

Quarterly Economic and Revenue Forecast reports provide information to planners, policy, and decision makers in state agencies and private organizations. These reports are the basis for much of the budgeting in state government. 

For more information contact the Oregon Office of Economic Analysis. ​


School District Revenue Data

School District Revenue Data

Per HB 3035 (2013), the transparency of annual revenue data for school districts is provided by the Oregon Department of Education (ODE). They maintain a website that includes school district revenues and expenditures. 

Reports and Data - Oregon Department of Education (ODE) 

For more inforamtion, email: ode.frontdesk@ode.state.or.us or call (503) 947-5600.  ​​​​​​​​​​​​​