Revenue Bureau Divisions
- Arts Tax: On November 6, 2012, Portland voters passed ballot measure 26-146, creating the Arts Education and Access Income Tax (Arts Tax). This new income tax will fund Portland school teachers and art focused non-profit organizations in Portland. The City of Portland Revenue Bureau is responsible for collecting the Arts Tax.
- Business Taxes: collecting revenues from City of Portland Business License Taxes and Multnomah County Business Income Taxes
- Transient Lodging Program (occupancy tax)
- Property Management License Program (Enhanced Services Districts)
Providing oversight and promoting public safety for taxis, shuttles, livery, limousines, towing, special events, Pay & Park and non-pay private parking lots, pawn shops, poker clubs, and permitted games.
- Private for Hire Transportation Program
- Towing and Private Property Impounds Program
- Special Events Program (street/sidewalk use)
- Pay and Park Program
- Secondhand Dealers Program
- Amusement Devices, Games and Machines (i.e., pool table permits)
- Social Game Permit Program (i.e., poker game permits)
- Payday Lenders Program (Portland, Gresham, Oregon City, Troutdale, Wood Village)
Audit & Accounting Division: Scott Karter, Division Manager
Collecting current and delinquent revenues owed to the City (liens), and providing services for administrative support, budgeting, accounting, and audit.
Business Solutions Division: Julie Shervey, Senior Program Manager
Office for Community Technology: Mary Beth Henry, Manager