County encourages mail-in and paperless property tax options

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Access to Clackamas County’s Assessment and Taxation office in the Development Services Building and nearby parking areas on the Red Soils campus may be impacted by construction beginning this fall. The construction could affect physical access to our office and the current payment drop box locations. To avoid delays due to anticipated traffic and parking issues, please consider mailing your payment or using our online payment option this year. Make an online payment

In addition to electronic payment options, the county will soon offer an option for future property tax statements to be delivered electronically through a new service called eNoticesOnline. Property owners who want to go paperless and/or prefer to receive documents online, rather than printed and mailed, can begin signing up for the new electronic statement service using a unique account registration code printed on their 2022 property tax statements. Once an account is registered, electronic statement notices will arrive via a registrant’s email and paper statements will no longer be delivered

Watch for directions to set up an eNoticesOnline account once you receive your 2022 statement in October, and stay up to date on all Assessment and Taxation information and events.