UMATILLA COUNTY — The Umatilla County Assessment & Taxation Office reminds everyone doing business in the county that the deadline for returning personal property and real property tax returns is coming up.

The returns must be submitted to the Assessment & Taxation Office (216 S.E. Fourth St., Pendleton) or postmarked by Sunday, March 15, 2020, to avoid a late filing penalty. Paul Chalmers, assessment & taxation director, said if a new business hasn’t received tax filing papers in the mail, it is their responsibility to call the personal property appraiser at 541-278-6217.

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