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What is Measure 50?

How does it work?

Example:

Tax YearCUTCAP
1995-96 Assessed Value (RMV) is 200,000Maximum Assessed Value (MAV) Growth Limit at 3% Annually *
1997-98 Roll Back: 200,000 x 90%= 180,000180,000
1998-99 185,400
1999-00 190,962
2000-01 196,691
2001-02 202,592
2002-03 208,669
2003-04 214,929
2004-05 221,377
2005-06 228,019
2006-07 234,859
2007-08 241,905
2008-09 249,162
2009-10 256,637
2010-11 264,336
2011-12 272,266
2012-13 280,434
2013-14 288,847
2014-15 297,512
*Exceptions such as new construction can result in MAV growth greater than 3%

Assessed Value x Permanent Rate for Each District = Taxes

Plus Bonds

Plus Local Option Levies

How would I appeal my property value?

If you disagree with the VALUE of your property as shown on your tax statement, you may file an appeal with your county Board of Property Tax Appeals. You can get petition forms and information from the County Clerk by calling (503) 655-8662.

A reduction in RMV will not mean a reduction in taxes unless the RMV is reduced below the AV - except in situations such as new construction and remodeling, if RMV is lowered then AV is reduced and taxes are decreased.

(Note: Some properties may experience a small refund, particularly where there are school local option levies, when RMV approaches AV due to the Measure 5 tax rate limits.)

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