Notice of Property Tax Levy to the Assessor
(1)“Entity” means a taxing district with the authority to levy ad valorem tax or any other tax on property that is required or authorized to be placed on the assessment and tax roll for the current fiscal year, a unit of government with the authority to place an amount on the assessment and tax roll, or a nongovernmental unit with the authority to place an amount on the assessment and tax roll.
(2)On or before July 15 of each year any entity placing an amount on the assessment and tax roll shall file the following with the county assessor:
(a)Two copies of the notice of categorization and certification, (form LB-50, ED-50 or UR-50),
(b)Two copies of the ordinances or resolutions to adopt the budget, to make appropriations, to levy the taxes, and to categorize the taxes.
(3)If the documentation described in subsection (2) cannot be filed by July 15, the entity must submit to the assessor by July 15 a written request for an extension of time to file (see OAR 150-294-0520 (Documents to File When Certification Cannot Be Certified By July 15) for details). The entity must file the required documents by the date extended.
(4)If any of the items of documentation are not submitted, or not complete in their entirety, notice to the assessor shall be considered incomplete and the entity must be notified by the assessor. The assessor must not place the tax levy or any other amount on the tax roll for any entity until the assessor has received the required copies of all documentation.
(5)The assessor must transmit one copy of the notice of categorization and certification (form LB-50, ED-50 or UR-50) and one copy of the ordinances or resolutions to the Department of Revenue within seven days of receipt of the complete documentation from the entity.
Rule 150-310-0020 — Notice of Property Tax Levy to the Assessor,