Assessment and Taxation
Assessor maps show the boundaries of the assessor accounts created
for tax purposes.
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||A link to the map is included in the detailed roll data display for
every account. You can use the roll data search capabilities to locate this data.
Searches are by Name, Address, Map or Account Number
||You can browse through the folders where the map files are stored. There
is a separate folder for each township in the county.
||Links to the Most Recently Updated Maps. Includes maps
altered in the prior 6 months in date order.
||Each index map identifies which of the standard assessor's maps comprise
a community or rural area of Linn County.
||The maps are stored as TIF files. This format is recognized by many
image viewers including "Kodak Imaging" (Windows 98 & 2000),
"Fax & Picture Viewer" (Windows XP) and "Office
Document Imaging" (MS Office 2003). The maps may be
viewable in your internet browser or you might have to download the file first.
Other programs may try to display TIF files but are not adequate. QuickTime
is the most common offender. If our maps open in QuickTime 7.4
you may try the following:
Click on Windows START | PROGRAMS
Find and open QuickTime Folder
From Main Menu select Edit | Preferences
Select "File Type" Tab
Select "Browser" Tab
Click on button "MIME Settings"
Similar steps should be available in other versions of QuickTime.
If you wish to print a map displayed in your web
browser, you should use the print button inside the browser
window. Do NOT use File | Print or the usual Print button. These
attempt to print the page but often cannot print the map!
The Windows Imager Program (Win 95, 98, 2000), which displays TIF files, prints images full
size by default. Since our maps are 18 inches by 20 inches only the top left corner prints
on letter size paper. To print the full image on standard size paper click on the Options button. Set the "Print
Format" to Fit to Page.
Because the image is not square you get the largest
possible print by printing landscape or rotating the image 90 degrees.
Go to the state's website to view assessment maps for any county in Oregon.
The state stores maps in PDF (Adobe Acrobat) format.