Multnomah County Tax Supervising and Conservation Commission Schedule of Meetings and Public Hearings

meetings_lifeDuring the period between late April and early June the Commission is responsible for reviewing and certifying any objections or recommendations relating to the Approved Budget of all municipal corporations (taxing districts) under its jurisdiction. The Commissioners conduct public hearings to review and allow public comment on the Approved Budget (prior to adoption) of districts with a population exceeding 200,000 and those districts with a population of 200,000 or less that request TSCC conduct a public hearing. They will also be holding  regular meetings to consider the budgets for the larger districts (200,000+ population) prior to the hearing, and of those districts under their jurisdiction with a population of 200,000 or less.  All meetings and public hearings are open to the public and are accessible to persons with disabilities. A request for an interpreter for the hearing impaired or for other accommodations for persons with disabilities should be made at least 48 hours prior to the meeting. Please contact Craig Gibons at 503 988 4131 to make a request for an interpreter or other accommodations for persons with disabilities.


TSCC Public Meetings

Business Meetings

The next regular Commission Meeting will be September. When scheduled, it will be posted here. 

USA Toll-Free: (877) 402-9753
Please contact us ahead of time if you would like to participate

Public Hearings on District Budgets

All the budget hearings for fiscal year that began on July 1, 2021 have been held.  Minutes of those hearings are posted here.  The next set of budget hearings will be for the fiscal year beginning on July 1,2022 and they will begin in April, 2021.

Public Hearings on District Ballot Measures

For November 3, 2020 Election

The Commission holds hearings on TSCC Member ballot measures that create property tax levies. For the November 3, 2020 election only one measure has been filed. That is a Multnomah County measure and is shown below. Two districts have authorized property tax levies (Portland Public Schools and the City of Portland), but as of July 31, have not yet filed them with elections officials.  The filing deadline for these ballot measures is September 3rd. 

  • Multnomah County –  Ballot Measure 26-211 (86.83 KB) Bonds to Expand, Renovate, Construct Library Branches, Facilities; Increase Safety

Other financial measures on the ballot are as follows.  These measures either do not involve property taxes or they are for jurisdictions that are not members of TSCC. The commission does not have responsibility or authority to hold hearings on these measures. 

  • None filed as of July 31.