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Assessment & Taxation

 Important Deadlines


Property Tax Statements for 2021/22:
    Were mailed on October 20, 2021 and are available online.
    Will be due on November 15, 2021

If paying in installments, the 2nd installment will be due on February 15, 2022, and 3rd installment will be due on May 16, 2022

Payments must be postmarked on or before the due dates above to avoid loss of discount and interest charges.  For address changes, click here.


Business Personal and Real Property Returns for 2021/22:
    Were mailed by December 31, 2020.
    Were due on March 15, 2021.

Veterans Exemptions for 2021/22:
    Were mailed by December 31, 2020.
    Were due on April 1, 2021.


Funding and Basis

Oregon 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.


Services

  • Location of property by owner, address, and account number or map number.  
  • Real Market Value and Assessed Value of each property in the county, both current and for prior years.  
  • 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. 
  • Tax Statements can be found online. 
  • Property sales data on all recorded transactions. 
  • 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.  
  • Forms for property value appeals from the Department of Revenue and Oregon Tax Court 

Users of Our Services

  • Title 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.
Sours: https://www.co.tillamook.or.us/assessment

Pay your property taxes online (FEES APPLY)
        Detailed Payment Instructions

Please keep in mind the following important deadlines:

Property Tax Statements for 2020/21:
   
Were mailed on October 23, 2020 and are online
    Was due on November 16, 2020  

If paying in installments,
the 2nd installment will be due on February 16, 2021, and 3rd installment will be due on May 17, 2021

Payments must be postmarked on or before the due dates above to avoid loss of discount and interest charges.
    For address changes, click here.
 


2018/19 Urban Renewal Changes

Manufactured Homes Ownership Changes

See Taxation Page for new reports/statistics



 
Tillamook County RMV and AV comparison

Denise Vandecoevering

 

 

 

 

 

 

Assessor
Denise Vandecoevering

Personal and Real Property Returns for 2021/22:
    Will be mailed by December 31, 2020.
    Will be due on March 15, 2021.

Veterans Exemptions for 2021/22:
   
Will be mailed by December 31, 2020.
    Will be due on April 1, 2021.

Who Gets The Tax? 2019
Small Tract Forestland Option (STF), Designated Forestland, and Non-EFU Farmland Special Assessment Programs:
    New
applications are dueApril 1eachyear 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.
Please use the phone numbers above to reach our staff.

 


 

Who Pays the Tax 2019?  

FUNDING AND BASIS

Oregon 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  Adobe P D F Icon)

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 Adobe P D F Icon  or  Tax Rates  Adobe P D F Icon  or Top Ten Taxpayers in 2020/21Adobe P D F Icon)

Forms for property value appeals from the Department of Revenue and Oregon Tax Court click here for your more information on your Appeal Rights.
 

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USERS OF OUR SERVICES

Title 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 Tuesday, March 09, 2021 01:36 PM

Sours: https://www2.co.tillamook.or.us/gov/A&T/default.htm
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Tillamook County Property Records Search (Oregon)

Tillamook County Assessment Rollshttps://www.co.tillamook.or.us/gov/a&t/Search Tillamook County property assessments by tax roll, parcel number, property owner, address, and taxable value.

Tillamook County Assessment and Taxation Websitehttp://www.co.tillamook.or.us/gov/A&T/default.htmView Tillamook County Assessment and Taxation home page with general information and a link to pay property taxes online.

Tillamook County Assessor's Websitehttps://www.co.tillamook.or.us/gov/A&T/Assessment/assessment.htmVisit the Tillamook County Assessor's website for contact information, office hours, tax payments and bills, parcel and GIS maps, assessments, and other property records.

Tillamook County Building Codeshttps://www.co.tillamook.or.us/gov/ComDev/enforcement.htmView Tillamook County, Oregon building codes, zoning regulations, development regulations, and other online services.

Tillamook County Building Inspectionshttps://www.co.tillamook.or.us/gov/ComDev/building/default.htmSearch Tillamook County, Oregon building inspections, including safety reports, code violations, and liens.

Tillamook County Deed Searchhttps://www.co.tillamook.or.us/gov/clerk/Recording/ClerkDocuments.htmFind Tillamook County, Oregon real estate and property deeds, including options for accessing records, types of records, and fees.

Tillamook County GIS Mapshttp://tillamookcountymaps.co.tillamook.or.us/geomoose2/geomoose.htmlFind Tillamook County GIS maps, tax maps, and parcel viewers to search for and identify land and property records.

Tillamook County Government Land Recordshttp://www.co.tillamook.or.us/gov/Bocc/Land%20Sales/NEW/PublicLandSales%20REVISED.htmView Tillamook County Government public land sales by parcel and account number, former owner, minimum bid and market value.

Tillamook County Mapshttp://www.co.tillamook.or.us/gov/Surveyor/Search/Help.htmView Tillamook County map, including major cities labeled, county borders and state highways indicated.

Tillamook County Property Recordshttps://www.courthousedirect.com/PropertySearch/Oregon/TillamookSearch Tillamook County real property records by business name, owner name, address, or registry type.

Tillamook County Property Records (Oregon)http://www.co.tillamook.or.us/gov/A&T/assessment/sales/sales.htmView Tillamook County sales data webpage including the option to order a custom sales data report.

Tillamook County Property Tax Exemptionshttps://www.co.tillamook.or.us/gov/A&T/Assessment/exemptions.htmView Tillamook County, Oregon property tax exemption information, including homestead exemptions, low income assistance, senior and veteran exemptions, applications, and program details.

Tillamook County Recordshttp://www.co.tillamook.or.us/Documents/Search/query.aspSearch Tillamook County documents by entering the required data and also find information on the job opportunities.

Tillamook County Sheriff's Office Property Recordshttp://oregonsheriffssales.org/county/tillamook/View Tillamook County Sheriff's Office property sales, including sale date, property type and city.

Tillamook County Tax Recordshttp://www.co.tillamook.or.us/gov/A&T/public/Default.htmSearch Tillamook County property tax database by account number, map & tax lot, name, address, subdivision, or tax number.

Tillamook County Tax Records (Oregon)http://www.co.tillamook.or.us/gov/A%26T/public/Search Tillamook County assessment and taxation records using account number, year and roll type.

Find Tillamook County Property Records

Tillamook County Property Records are real estate documents that contain information related to real property in Tillamook County, Oregon. Public Property Records provide information on homes, land, or commercial properties, including titles, mortgages, property deeds, and a range of other documents. They are maintained by various government offices in Tillamook County, Oregon State, and at the Federal level. They are a valuable tool for the real estate industry, offering both buyers and sellers detailed information about properties, parcels and their owners.

Learn about Property Records, including:
  • Where to get free Tillamook County Property Records online
  • How to search for property titles and deeds
  • What property information is available for Tillamook County, OR records searches
  • Where to find Tillamook County Clerk, Tax Assessor & Recorder of Deeds records

Sours: https://www.countyoffice.org/or-tillamook-county-property-records/
Finding owners of properties using the tax assessor

Survey-Search Help

If you are new to our site, the following instructions will assist you in doing your research of our survey records. Please read through these steps, and print them to refer back to if necessary.

Once you have read through the information, you will find the link to "Continue" to our Records
at the bottom of the page. Of course, if you are still having trouble after attempting this, feel free to call us during normal business hours. Monday-Thursday 8-5 Friday 8-4, we will be happy to assist you.

If you get an error message when you have selected a map to view, it is probably because you have a "Pop-Up" Blocker turned on. You will need to turn this feature off to view our Map Images. Also, it is only possible to have one survey image open at a time.

1.You will need a Township, Range, & Section (examples-1N10 24AA, 3S 9 05BA, etc.), then your Tax lot.  You can locate this on your Tax Statement. If you only have an address, you can go to the Assessment and Taxation Department and enter that information on their Account Info/Pay Taxes link. You will then see the required information for our Search Page listed as Map #:

            Once you are on the Search Page, choose one of the
            following options depending on the information you
            are working with.........

Option A:
Map ID:
  Fill in only the Township, Range, & Section by using the drop down box choices and then click on "Search". This should take you to the correct Assessment Map that will have the Survey Records indexed on it. Locate your Tax Lot on the map. (We use the Assessor's Office Assessment maps as the base for entering our Survey Records. On these maps you will sometimes see large numbers listed in various locations on the maps such as 22-10, 22-7, 9, 9-38, 56-8, 56-13, etc. These numbers refer to the levy codes the Tax Department uses for taxation purposes.)
Option B:
Survey #:
 If you already have the number of the Survey you want to look at, search for it by entering the survey number in the "Survey #" box, then click on "Search".

2.Survey Records are identified by a letter and number combination. Examples.....A-1234 -- B-1234 -- C-123 -- P-123. "A" & "B" numbers are Survey Maps. "C" numbers are Condominium and Subdivision Maps. "P" numbers are Partition Maps. References such as 5/123, 6/123, 7/123, etc. are in the Rewitness Book links at the left of this page. F1-1, F2-2, F3-3, etc. are the Roll Maps/Highway Strip Maps and are accessed on the Search Page. The F40 & F41 Maps have a link at the upper left portion of this page.  

3. Survey Records are listed on the maps in the areas that they pertain to. Click on the Survey Record you wish to view from the list to the left of the Assessment Map in the first drop down box. This will open the map image in a new window. Occasionally the map you would like to view will not be in the list, in that case go to the Survey # option at the top of the screen and enter the number.

4. Roll Maps (F1's thru F30's). These are listed in the second drop down box at the lower left of the Search page. To view these images, you will need to click on the small arrow on the right of the box, scroll down until you come to the number you are looking for, click once on that number, then click the "View Roll Map" box that is just below the image list.

5. Map Images can be enlarged, for viewing, using the "+" and "–" magnifying glasses and can be moved around to get to the appropriate area by using the "Hand" symbol.

6. Printing. If you do not have a printer large enough to print the image to scale, and that is what you need, you can come into our office and get a print or call the office and one can be mailed to you for the cost of the print plus shipping and handling. There is a link to charges for these services on our home page. When printing on your personal printer, you will need to adjust your printer options so that you will get the entire map. Simply choose the Page Scaling or equivalent option within your Print parameters.

The following are additional information used for Survey Research and can be accessed through the links at the upper left section of this page:

F-40 Maps,  F-41 Maps
Corner References
 - Listings of all Records of Surveys, Partitions, Subdivisions, Rewitnesses, etc. that reference Initial Points, Quarter Corners, Sixteenth Corners, Section Corners, etc.
Rewitness Books-Referenced as 1/111, 2/222, etc.
Rewitness Cards - Referenced as RW 1, RW 2, etc. on the maps are Records of Corner History.
Partition Plats - This is a numeric list that will give you our Index Number that you will need for locating it on our Search Page.
Subdivisions & Condominium Plats - An alphabetical list that will give you our Index Number for locating it on our Search Page.
Original GLO Scans - The link will take you to the Bureau of Land Management page.
Bench Marks and Other NGS Survey Marks - The link will take you to the NGS/NOAA page. 

Sours: https://www.co.tillamook.or.us/surveyor/page/survey-search-help

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