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Pay Your Property Taxes

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To make an online property tax payment, you’ll need:

  • The name listed on the property tax statement
  • A credit card, debit card, or checking account information
  • The property tax account number, which is located in the upper left corner of your tax statement
  • The dollar amount due

Call (866) 898-2918 or click on the button below to make a payment

Point and Pay Convenience Fees

Non-Visa Credit and Debit Card TransactionsVisa Debit Card TransactionsElectronic Check Transactions
Fee: 2.5% (based on transaction amount; minimum of $3.95)Fee: $3.95 (per transaction)Fee: $2.00, for transactions less than $10,000
Fee: $10.00, for transactions $10,000 or more

Payment Plans

Amount PaidDiscount AvailableDue DateNotes
Full Payment3%November 15Pay in full to receive the 3% discount.
Two (2) Payments2% on the first payment
0% on the second payment
November 15 and May 15Payment 1 = 2/3, with a 2% discount
Payment 2 = 1/3, and 0% discount
Three (3) Payments0%; no discount availableNovember 15, February 15, and May 15No discounts available

Other Payment Options

In-Person / Tax Drop Box:
4500 SW Research Way
Corvallis, OR 97333

Benton County Tax Collector
PO Box 964
Corvallis, OR 97339

Use your bank’s online bill pay service.

Pay using your Mortgage Company.

Additional Information

The Benton County Tax Office collects around $180 million in annual property taxes in over 50 taxing districts. We also manage the mailing of tax statements, delinquent notices, and warrants on personal property. We manage any adjustments on assessed taxes due to changes in value and other corrections. Lastly, we handle the annual foreclosure accounts and any sales of foreclosed properties.

Contact the Tax Office at (541) 766-6808 to:

  • Look up your account number
  • Check your balance due

Contact the Assessment Office at (541) 766-6855 to:

  • Check on your property value
  • Make changes to the property account
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