The Assessor assigns a Real Market Value (RMV) to every property in the county. With the implementation of Measure 50 there is no longer a pre-established cycle for reappraisal. Statistical indicators from a variety of sources, including information derived from sales verifications, provide the basis for changes made to various market areas throughout the county. However, properties that have changed and new construction are appraised for the appropriate assessment year to reflect the changes.
The penalty is a percentage of the tax and is determined by the lateness of the filing. - Returns filed after March 15 and on or before June 1 the penalty is 5% of the taxes owed - Returns filed after June 1 and on or before August 1 the penalty is 25% of the taxes owed - Returns filed after August 1 the penalty is 50% of the taxes owed - Returns not filed will receive a penalty of 50% of the taxes owed
What is a Senior Citizens or Disabled Citizens Property Tax Deferral?
The Oregon Legislature set up programs that allow qualifying property owners to delay paying property taxes on their residence, including manufactured homes, houseboats, multifamily, and income-producing properties. If you qualify for one of the deferral programs, the state will pay your property taxes to the county. A lien will be placed on your property. You will be charged lien recording fees, which are deferred. Interest on the deferred taxes, at 6% per year, is also deferred. The taxes must be paid, with interest, when the owner dies or sells the property, moves or changes ownership. Applications are available through the Assessor's office and must be filed between January 1 and April 15.
Whether you file online or by phone, the Oregon Employment Department (ED)staff need to process the application. This can take a few days when workload is heavy. Once your application is processed, theY will mail you a Wage and Potential Benefit Report.
On the first Sunday or Monday after you filed your application, file a claim for the prior week. You can file your claim for the prior week online or by phone on our Weekly Claim Line. You need to file a weekly claim for each week you are unemployed and wish to receive benefits, including your first or “waiting week.“
If there are any issues on your claim to investigate, be sure to respond to all letters or phone messages right away. Continue to make your weekly claims while the investigation is taking place. If you don’t make a weekly claim, we can’t begin the investigation. It can take three to four weeks to complete the investigation.
You may be scheduled to attend a meeting at a WorkSource Oregon center. If you do not go, your benefits will be delayed while your case is being investigated. Depending on the reason you didn’t go, your benefits could be denied.
By applying here, you can find out what application is best for you and your family in order to get health coverage. Depending on your family size and income, this could mean creating an account and filling out an application right here, or heading over to HealthCare.gov (the federal health insurance marketplace) to apply.
By applying here, you are submitting an online application for the Oregon Health Plan (OHP). OHP is Oregon’s Medicaid program that offers free or low-cost health coverage for individuals and families who qualify. You can apply for OHP at any time. There is no “open enrollment” period for OHP.
Start by answering the “pre-screening” questions, this will tell you the best application for you and your family. This could mean applying right here, or heading over to HealthCare.gov to apply. If you fill out an application here, but don’t qualify for OHP, we’ll securely send your application information to HealthCare.gov. At HealthCare.gov, you can shop and enroll in private health insurance and find out if you qualify for tax credits to help pay the cost. Likewise, if you fill out an application at HealthCare.gov, but qualify for OHP, HealthCare.gov will securely send your application information to us and we’ll contact you with more information.
The most common symptoms of COVID-19 are fever, tiredness, and dry cough. Some patients may have aches and pains, nasal congestion, runny nose, sore throat or diarrhea. These symptoms are usually mild and begin gradually. Some people become infected but don’t develop any symptoms and don't feel unwell.
Most people (about 80%) recover from the disease without needing special treatment. Around 1 out of every 6 people who get COVID-19 becomes seriously ill and develops difficulty breathing. Older people, and those with underlying medical problems like high blood pressure, heart problems or diabetes, are more likely to develop serious illness.
People with fever, cough and difficulty breathing should seek medical attention.
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