It’s that time of year again when property tax statements start showing up in mailboxes across Jackson County. From questions about your statement to where and how you can pay your taxes, here are some resources on our website to help guide you.
Property tax statements will be mailed by October 25th for the 2020-2021 tax year. If you have not received your statement by November 1st, please call 541-774-6541. You may also access your tax statement using Property Data Online.
COVID INFO: Remember, due to COVID-19 visits to the Taxation Office and Assessor's Office are by APPOINTMENT ONLY. Please schedule an appointment with them prior to visit.
When are my taxes due?
November 16, 2020
What are my options for paying my property taxes?
See Finance’s Frequently Asked Questions.
Can I pay my property taxes online?
See Tax Payments Online.
My property sustained damage in the September wildfires. Do I still have to pay the full property tax amount due?
See Almeda, South Obenchain, Greenway MM 24, et al fires – Disaster Tax Relief
I’m a disabled Veteran, am I eligible for an exemption?
See Veteran Exemption.
Do I qualify for a deferral program?
See Senior Citizen and Disabled Citizen Deferral Programs.
I received my property tax statement but don’t know what it all means?
See Understanding Your Property Tax Statement.
I have questions about the appraised value of my property, who can I contact for help?
10 S. Oakdale Ave. Room #300
General Information: 541-774-6059
Residential Appraisal: 541-774-6441
Commercial Appraisal: 541-774-6099
Personal Property (Business): 541-774-6094
For additional tax questions, call the Taxation office at 541-774-6541.
Where can I view my current property tax statement and payment history?
See Property Data Online.
I would like to appeal my property tax value, what do I need to do?
See Jackson County Board of Property Tax Appeals (BOPTA).