Jackson County, Oregon, USA
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FINANCE DEPARTMENT
Jackson County Courthouse
10 South Oakdale Ave.
Medford, Oregon 97501

August 18, 2018
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Frequently Asked Questions
Below are frequently asked questions about property taxation.

Where can I mail my payment?

 

When paying by mail, please make your check or money order payable to Jackson County Tax Collector.  Please do not send cash through the mail. Write your account number(s) on the front of your check or money order to ensure proper credit. 

Make checks out to 'JACKSON COUNTY TAXATION'

Mail your tax payments to:

Jackson County Taxation
PO Box 1569
Medford, OR 97501

Be sure to mail your payment early enough to be postmarked on or before the due date.

With the consolidation of Post Office locations and closing of Post Office Sorting Facilities – please be aware that mail deposited at some local postal facilities can take 2-3 DAYS to be postmarked. We are NOT RESPONSIBLE for postmark delays. We strongly recommend any payments sent on the 14th or 15th  be mailed at the Post Office counter with a hand stamped postmark to avoid any postmark delays from a drop box or mail sorting facility. If payments are postmarked after the due date, discounts cannot be allowed and interest will be charged.

Where can I mail my payment?

 

When paying by mail, please make your check or money order payable to Jackson County Tax Collector.  Please do not send cash through the mail. Write your account number(s) on the front of your check or money order to ensure proper credit. 

Make checks out to 'JACKSON COUNTY TAXATION'

Mail your tax payments to:

Jackson County Taxation
PO Box 1569
Medford, OR 97501

Be sure to mail your payment early enough to be postmarked on or before the due date.

With the consolidation of Post Office locations and closing of Post Office Sorting Facilities – please be aware that mail deposited at some local postal facilities can take 2-3 DAYS to be postmarked. We are NOT RESPONSIBLE for postmark delays. We strongly recommend any payments sent on the 14th or 15th  be mailed at the Post Office counter with a hand stamped postmark to avoid any postmark delays from a drop box or mail sorting facility. If payments are postmarked after the due date, discounts cannot be allowed and interest will be charged.