• Property tax statementshave arrived.

    The 2017-2018 property tax statements have been delivered. Property taxes are due on or before November 15, 2017. You can also access information online about your property values and tax amounts through our Ascend web program by clicking here.

  • Planning for the future.Wasco County 2040

    The Planning Department is kicking off its multi-year update to the Wasco County Comprehensive Plan.  Visit our project site for news, information and a look at how land use planning has impacted our community to date. Share with us your vision for the next twenty years by attending events, contributing your ideas, taking our survey and stay tuned for updates.

  • Experience the beautyof Wasco County

    Do you love to explore the great outdoors? Want to experience Oregon's history firsthand? Do you appreciate dramatic skies and wide open spaces? If so, Wasco County is the place for you. Come browse through Oregon's oldest bookstore, spend a day fishing or rafting on the Deschutes River, or enjoy local wines, beer and food set in stunning locations. From Mosier in the northwest corner to the Washington Family Ranch in the southeast corner, Wasco County has something for everyone.

October
October

SOAK Festival Hearing

The Wasco County Board of Commissioners will conduct a public hearing on Wednesday, December 6, 2017 for the SOAK 2018 outdoor mass gathering application. The hearing will be held at 6 pm in the Tygh Valley Community Center located at 57595 Tygh Valley Road.

Wasco County Approved Budget is now available

The Wasco County 2017-18 Approved Budget is now available for viewing and download on the Finance Department page.

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