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Almeda, South Obenchain, Greenway MM 24, et al fires – Disaster Tax Relief
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Almeda, South Obenchain, Greenway MM 24, et al fires – Disaster Tax Relief

Dave Arrasmith, Jackson County Assessor, would like to inform property owners who have sustained damage or loss to their property as a result of the Almeda, South Obenchain, Greenway MM 24 fires, et al, in Jackson County, that they may be eligible for a proration of the current year property taxes.

Individuals who have suffered damage or loss of their property due to the fires are strongly encouraged to file a proration form with the Jackson County Assessor’s office in accordance with ORS 308.425.

  • Application for Proration of Property Taxes Due to Damage by Fire or Act of God
    Applications must be filed with the Assessor’s office within 60 days of the damage or by June 30 of the tax year (2020-21), whichever is later (ORS 308.425).

Applications are available outside our office at 10 S. Oakdale, Room 300. They can be completed and placed in the marked box located on the wall outside our door.

Application for proration is also available at the following:


https://jacksoncountyor.org/assessor/General/Forms (look for proration)

All property in Jackson County is valued as of January 1 of the tax year and assessed as of July 1. Applications will be processed after the assessment roll has been certified for the current 2020-21 tax year. Your tax bill will reflect the original tax obligation due. Prorations will be processed in conjunction with the Taxation office.

The Assessor’s and Taxation offices ask that property owners keep our records updated of any change of address by completing and returning a Change of Mailing Address form located on the Assessor’s website, https://jacksoncountyor.org/assessor/General/Forms (property tax change of address) or by sending an email to: taxation@jacksoncounty.org.

  • Due to increased concerns related to COVID-19 and in an effort to protect the health and safety of the citizens of Jackson County and our staff, our office is limiting face-to-face interactions. All services continue to be provided by appointment, over the phone or via email.

You can still access information by going to:

If you have questions in the following areas please see the contact information listed below:

  • Residential Appraisal and Assessment – Including Disaster Relief – 541-774-6441

  • Commercial Appraisal and Assessment – Including Disaster Relief -541-774-6099

  • Mobile Home Records-Including Disaster Relief– 541-774-6441

  • Cartography – 541-774-6095 or Cartography@jacksoncounty.org

  • Farm & Forest – 541-774-6084

  • Personal Property – 541-774-6094 or Personalproperty@jacksoncounty.org

General questions can be answered by calling the Assessor’s main line at 541-774-6059 or emailing by clicking here.

*Spanish interpretive services available by appointment, please call: Maria Tworek at 541.774.6073

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