Disabled homeowners may qualify to defer payment of their property taxes.
Assessment & Taxation Pages
Disabled veterans may be entitled to a property tax exemption.
Businesses growing or locating in Multnomah County may qualify for an exemption on a new plant or equipment.
Personal Property Tax Information for businesses with existing accounts
Information on an available program that prorates the taxes on real or personal property that is destroyed or damaged as a result of fire or an act of God.
Information about reporting your floating property and who to contact when buying, selling or moving a floating home.
Additional info about Floating Property assessment
Definition of commonly used valuation terms.
Historic Properties may qualify for reduced property taxes.
New homes built in the City of Portland may be eligible for the a HOLTE exemption.
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Rental and expense survey for Manufactured Housing Park and Recreational Vehicle Park properties located within Multnomah County
Services Multnomah County Tax Collections provides to owners of Manufactured Structures
Information on how manufactured structures are taxed, paying property taxes and a link to more information
Information for moorage owners about filing personal property.
Food cart businesses must file an annual personal property tax return with the county
Adding multi-family housing units may make properties in the City of Portland eligible for a MULTE exemption.
Filing Business Personal Property taxes for the first time
Oregon allows property tax exemptions for certain qualifying nonprofit organizations.
Charitable, nonprofit organizations that provide housing to low-income people may be eligible for the NPLTE tax exemption program.
Guide to paying your property taxes online or over the phone using our third party payment service
The Oregon Department of Revenue's website has more information about business personal property taxes.
Instructions to pay your property taxes by mail.
Multnomah County has partnered with a new, trusted payment vendor, Point and Pay, to make paying online by electronic check, credit or debit card and over the phone quicker and more convenient.