June 20, 2019
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ITThe Information Technology Department designs, implements, and manages information technology resources in support of the efficient operation of county government.

Citizens can search and view maps, property ownership, sales, tax and permit history and more via our award-winning Property Data Online. This powerful and easy-to-use tool lets you access public data directly, saving time and travel to County offices.

Custom data extracts of public data are also available for a fee.  For more information please contact the Applications Manager at 541-774-6030.

Public WiFi Hotspots

Public wireless Internet access is available at the following county buildings:

  • Auditorium and lobby at 10 S. Oakdale Avenue in Medford (courtesy of Hunter Communications).

Note: By using the service, you agree to these terms:  Free Internet service is provided on a best-effort basis. Users should remember that public wireless networks are open to anyone, and using them carries inherent risk. Users are responsible for their own security and for compliance with any applicable laws. Additionally, users of this service are prohibited from using it to access visual depictions of child pornography, obscenity, or other visual depictions that are harmful to minors as those terms are used in the Children’s Internet Protection Act. Jackson County is not liable for any loss, damage or harm resulting from use of the service or an inability to use the service.

IT News
Meet the People - Matthew Schmidt, Employee of... 21 September 2018

Meet the People - Matthew Schmidt, Employee of...

County Close-Up

Matthew Schmidt started his career with Jackson County IT back in 2008, providing front line technology support to Health & Human Services.

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Learn how to protect yourself from identity thieves

30 May 2017

Protecting Yourself From Ransomware

KOBI News Special Report featuring Jackson County's IT Director, Mark Decker