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Oregon Historical County Records Guide

Deschutes County Records Inventory

Assessment and Tax Rolls

1920-[ongoing]

Series documents the assessment of real and personal property, the determination of tax liability, and the collection of county taxes. Assessment, tax, and delinquent tax records are variously labeled as rolls, lists, or summaries. Records show property owner; description and value of urban and agricultural land, personal property, and livestock; assessments, equalizations, and taxes due; and notations on payment and delinquency in payment of taxes. Beginning with 1900, counties have only been required to retain permanently those assessment and tax rolls for years ending in "0" and "5."

The Web-based Deschutes County Property Information application includes detailed tax assessment, appraisal, tax district boundary GIS map layers, and related information.

Records at the Oregon State Archives:
Assessment and Tax Rolls, 1920-1930 (13 volumes).

Records at the Deschutes County Records Center, Permanent Archives:
Assessment & Tax Roll For Lands Classified For Reforestation, 1935 (2 volumes);
Assessment & Tax Roll [title varies], 1945-1960 (8 volumes);
Assessment and Tax Roll [includes continuing assessment roll cards], ca.1959-ca.1979 (52 reels of microfilm);
Assessment and Tax Roll [title varies], 1979-present (10 feet of microfiche);
[Deschutes County Assessment Roll-and Tax], ca.1938-1941 (1 volume).

Records at the Deschutes Services Center, Finance Office Vault Room 232:
Recapitulation Tax Collection Register, 1923 (1 volume).

Records at the Deschutes Services Center, Tax Office Work Room 235:
[Tax Roll], 1981-2000 (16 inches of microfiche).

Records at the Deschutes Services Center, Tax Office Vault Room 236:
Microfilm of Tax Roll, 1927-1977 (163 reels of microfilm).

Records at the Bend Public Library:
Deschutes County Summary of Assessment and Tax Roll [Call no. 336.2], 1992-1993 (1 volume); 1993-1994 (1 volume); 2002-2003 (1 volume); 2003-2004 (1 volume); 2006-2007 (1 volume).

Records at the Deschutes County Web Site:
Tax and Assessment Reports [includes summaries], 2002-present (Internet).

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