#ClackCo appraisers visiting Estacada area starting Oct. 23

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Appraisers with the Clackamas County Assessment and Taxation Department will be conducting reappraisals of residential properties and lots within the city of Estacada, and in the unincorporated areas surrounding the city, starting Oct. 23. The reappraisals are expected to last six-to-eight weeks, weather permitting.

A map of the properties in the reappraisal area appears below.

The purpose of the reappraisal is to verify that building/land assessments are up-to-date and accurate. This is the first reappraisal performed in this area since prior to the 2020 wildfires.

In many cases, appraisers will not have to stop at properties, but simply have a look from their vehicles.

Altogether, there are around 8,000 properties that our appraisers will look over during the course of approximately six-to-eight weeks.

What appraisers look like

2 people with umbrellas in orange vest in front of county vehicle

Residents can identify our official county appraisers easily. They:

  • drive county cars clearly marked with the county logo,
  • work in teams of two,
  • wear bright orange vests, and
  • have county identification (badges) to identify themselves.

Clackamas County deeply cares about resident privacy and safety. We also deeply care about the safety of our staff, which is why we are promoting this action and our appraisers’ appearances, to ensure the community knows who they are and what’s going on.


If you have any questions or concerns about these reappraisals, or the reappraisal process, please contact the #ClackCo Assessment and Taxation Department at propertytaxinfo@clackamas.us.

Map of properties/lots to be appraised

2023 Estacada reappraisal map

2023 Estacada reappraisal map