Damaged & Destroyed Property

In an effort to prevent, slow, and stop the spread of COVID-19 to our citizens, our office will be limiting business to phone, email and online service.

For those impacted recently by the Mosier Creek fire, you may be eligible for a reduction in property tax.  An application is required to be considered for this reduction.

Applications must be received in our office 60 days after the date the property was damaged or destroyed, or by June 30, 2021, whichever is later.   We recommend that you fill out and submit an application as soon as possible.

We encourage you to contact our office to speak to an appraiser regarding any damage or destruction.  An appraiser will need to conduct a site visit to verify the damage or destruction.  Our office phone number is 541-506-2510.

For more information regarding Fire or Act of God tax proration, or to access the application, please contact our office directly or click on the links below.

Access the Application for Proration of Property Taxes Due to Damage by Fire or Act of God, here.
Access the informational circular on Fire or Act of God tax proration, here. 

This process can be difficult and confusing during times of loss and devastation.  Our office is available to assist you during this process.  We hope to make this process as simple and convenient as possible for affected property owners.  We are truly sorry for any and all losses you may have recently experienced.  Please don’t hesitate to call or email our office for more information at 541-506-2510 or email to: assessor@co.wasco.or.us.