PENDLETON — Paul Chalmers, director of the Umatilla County Assessment and Taxation Office, reminds everyone doing business in the county that the deadline for returning personal property and real property tax returns is March 15, 2017. The returns must by in the Assessment and Taxation Office or postmarked on that date to avoid a late filing penalty.

If you are a new business and have not received a tax return in the mail it is your responsibility to call the person property appraiser at the Assessment and Taxation Office at 541-278-6217.

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