Lincoln County Courthouse
225 W Olive Street
Tax: Room 205
Treasurer: Room 206
Newport, OR 97365
8:30 am - 5:00 pm
Phone: (541) 265-4139
Fax: (541) 265-5466
Click on the numbers below for more information on your property tax statement.
(This is just a sample statement)
Late payments or trimester payments due February 15 and May 15 MUST be sent to the Lincoln County Tax Collector, 225 W Olive Street, Room 205, Newport, OR 97365. Lincoln County cannot accept credit card, debit card or e-check payments at the tax collection office.
Delinquent Taxes - This is the amount of tax owed from prior year(s). Delinquent tax amounts are included in your Payment Options (Section 6). Taxes identified with an asterisk (*) are subject to foreclosure. Payments are applied to the oldest tax year first. Call our collection office at (541) 265-4139 if you have questions.
Allocation of Taxes to Districts - Your tax statement shows the taxes collected for each of the districts in which your property is located.
Assessed for Oregon Coast Community College-Linn-Benton-Lincoln Educational Service District and your K-12 school district.
Taxes paid to cities, regional government, county and special districts.
Finance capital improvements such as school buildings or county buildings that have been authorized by the voters.
Total Taxes Due (After Discount) - To receive the 3% discount on the current year, as shown here, full payment must be postmarked or received by November 15. (Returned checks may lose the discount.)
If you received a GREEN statement, tear off this portion of the statement and return it with your payment in the blue envelope provided.
If you received a YELLOW statement, this indicates either:
You are a recipient of a Senior or Disabled Tax Deferral Program in which the Oregon Department of Revenue will pay all or part of the property tax;
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Our records indicate a mortgage company has requested your property tax bill. If you have had any changes in your mortgage in the last several months please check with your lender to make sure your property taxes will still be paid for you. If you have purchased, sold or refinanced in the past several months, please contact your lender.Property owners are ultimately responsible for paying the tax.