County Seeks Property Tax Appeals Board Volunteers

County Seeks Property Tax Appeals Board Volunteers

Contact: Gayle V. Trotter, County Clerk Phone (541) 473-5151
Hours 8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. M-F
County Seeks Property Tax Appeals Board Volunteers
Please consider serving the community by volunteering on the Malheur County Board of Property Tax
Appeals (BOPTA). The board is responsible for hearing taxpayer appeals for reduction of the real
market or assessed value of their real and personal property. Letters of interest are due no later than
5:00 pm Friday, September 18, 2020. Letters of interest can be dropped off at the Malheur County
Clerk’s Office or by emailing Gayle at

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Eastern Oregon Human Services Consortium – RFP





Administrative/IT Services And/or Strategic Planning Services


Union County, Oregon on behalf of The Eastern Oregon Human Services Consortium, hereinafter (EOHSC), is seeking a provider of Administrative/IT Services and/or Strategic Planning Services.  EOHSC is a consortium of mental health programs working cooperatively to address the mental health needs of the region.  EOHSC was formed by Intergovernmental Agreement and includes the Counties of Baker, Gilliam, Grant, Harney, Hood River, Malheur, Morrow, Sherman, Umatilla, Union, Wallowa, Wasco and Wheeler.


Electronic copies of the Request for Proposals may be obtained at or by calling Union County at (541)963-1001.  Complete proposals will be accepted electronically until 5:00 p.m. on August 12, 2020.



Welcome to Malheur County

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It is the mission of Malheur County to administrate an economically sound local government, while maintaining the highest standards of leadership and service.

Malheur County is located in beautiful Eastern Oregon. It is a place filled with fascinating history, diverse landscape and friendly people. Malheur County is one of Oregon’s best-kept secrets! Located in Oregon’s southeast corner, the county is the state’s second largest. It is 94 percent rangeland, two-thirds of which is controlled by the Federal Bureau of Land Management. Today, irrigated fields in the county’s northeastern corner, 

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