Oregon property taxes apply to privately owned real property such as land, homes, farms, stores, factories, warehouses and commercial offices. The property tax rate is calculated annually by county assessors based on levies of local taxing districts and total value. The property tax rate is limited by the state constitution to 1.5 percent of assessed value, excluding voter approved bonded debt. Assessed value is based on the lowest real market value of that property during the tax year.

For detailed information contact the Coos County Tax Department in the Courthouse, Coquille, OR 97423, (541) 396-3121, ext. 268. The State of Oregon has no sales tax. Individuals, estates, trusts, partial year residents and non-residents with Oregon income pay state income taxes. Corporations doing business in Oregon pay state excise taxes. Additional information is available from the Oregon Department of Revenue, 955 Center Street NE, Salem, OR 97310, (503) 378-4988.