• Property tax statementshave arrived

    The 2018-2019 property tax statements should have arrived in your mailbox. Property taxes are due on or before November 15, 2018. This also means the Board of Property Tax Appeals filing period is open. Visit the Clerk's Office BOPTA web page for more information.

  • Winter is coming.Travel safely.

    The temperatures have dropped, and winter is fast approaching. Before you travel, be sure to check on conditions. Get up-to-date information on weather from the NOAA Weather page and road conditions on the ODOT Trip Check page. For information on snow plow routes in Wasco County, click the Learn More button.

  • After the fire:community assistance

    The recent fires have caused considerable damage in Wasco County and surrounding areas. The Governor's Office, through the Regional Solutions Office, has put together a Post-Fire Resources guide for individuals, families, farms and businesses affected by fires.  

    In addition, those who were impacted may be eligible for a reduction in their property tax through the Wasco County Assessor's Office. More information is available on the Fire Damaged and Destroyed Property Tax Relief page on this site.  For information on replacing loss structures please see the  Wasco County Planning Department Guide.

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October

Thanksgiving Closure

Most County offices will be closed on Thursday, November 22 and Friday, November 23 for the Thanksgiving Holiday (this does not include critical safety services). Be sure to call ahead if you have business to conduct with Wasco County to ensure the department is open. Happy Thanksgiving to everyone!

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