If you are inquiring about a payment for a property in foreclosure, please call 503-988-3334 to discuss payment options.
If you owe delinquent tax for a business, manufactured structure, floating property, machinery and equipment or utility account, click here for information about a payment plan to avoid further collection action.
Pay by Electronic Check, Phone and Personal Teller Options
Pay by Phone - 1-833-610-5715 - Point and Pay’s automated phone system is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. You can pay with an electronic check, credit and debit card. Convenience fees apply.
Personal Teller Option - Call 1-877-495-2729 to use Point and Pay's Personal Teller Option and make your payment with a live teller. Personal Tellers are available from 8 am to 11 pm EST, Monday through Friday. A $5.00 convenience fee will be charged in addition to the payment fee.
Electronic Check - Safest, most convenient option. Cheaper than buying a stamp!
Online with a Debit or Credit Card - Convenience fees apply. American Express not accepted. Note: Electronic and phone payments must be electronically delivered by 11:59 pm on the due date to be considered timely.
Bill Pay Services
Online through your Bank or Credit Union - Check with your bank or credit union to find out if they provide online bill pay services for their customers.
Allow adequate processing time for this service; set up payment early as it must be received by the due date.
24-hour Payment Drop Box
A payment drop box is available at the Multnomah Building 501 SE Hawthorne Blvd., Portland, OR 97214. Checks only, no cash! Items placed in the drop box will be processed the next business day.
Paying in Person
Tax payments can be made in room 175 without an appointment between 8:30 am and 4:30 pm. Parking is very limited at the Multnomah Building. Please review our parking and transportation suggestions.
Paying by Mail
Mailed payments must be postmarked on or before the payment due date. Make checks payable to Multnomah County Tax Collector.
Note: Postal delays may cause issues with your postmark. Consider using our electronic or dropbox options.
Property tax statements are mailed before October 25 each year. Payments are due November 15. If the 15th falls on the weekend, payment is due the next business day. You can pay in up to 3 installments due in November, February and May.
See the Property tax payment FAQs for more information including due dates, discounts, and interest.
Your mortgage company may be responsible for making your tax payment. If your property tax bill is yellow, it means a mortgage company or senior/disabled citizen deferral program has requested tax information to pay your tax bill. Check with your mortgage company or the senior/disabled citizen deferral program if you have questions.
You can view your property tax statement on multcoproptax.com.
How to look up your property tax bill.
Are you unable to pay your property taxes?
Visit our Delinquent Taxes and Liens page to learn more about unpaid or late payments for property taxes.