Coos County Tax Deed Sale Information

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Coos County Information

The Coos County tax sale information can be found using the links and resources below.

County Address:

250 North Baxter Street

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County Treasurer:

Megan Simms

Controlling Entity:

Land Agent

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Assessor Address:

250 North Baxter

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Records Entity:

Clerk/Recording Department

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250 North Baxter

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Coos County Summary

Coos County, Oregon is located in the southwestern corner of the state along the Pacific Coast. It is bordered by Curry, Douglas, and Lane Counties. The county seat is Coquille, and the largest city is North Bend. The population of Coos County is 62,895, with a median age of 44.7 years.

The economy of Coos County is largely driven by the timber industry, which is the largest employer in the area. Other major industries include fishing, tourism, and manufacturing. The unemployment rate in Coos County is 6.7%, slightly higher than the national average of 6.2%. The median household income in Coos County is $45,918, which is lower than the national average of $57,652.

The demographics of Coos County are diverse, with the largest ethnic groups being White (77.9%), Native American (11.3%), Hispanic or Latino (5.6%), and Asian (2.1%). The population is also evenly split between males and females.

Education in Coos County is provided by the Coos County School District, which serves over 8,000 students in the area. The district operates 11 elementary schools, four middle schools, and three high schools. The district also offers alternative education programs and adult education classes.

Real estate in Coos County is relatively affordable. The median home value is $180,000, which is much lower than the national average of $231,200. The median rent in Coos County is $1,062, which is slightly higher than the national average of $1,051. The median price per square foot is $176, which is lower than the national average of $205.

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