The deadline to file federal and state tax returns is Monday April 15.
Library staff cannot prepare returns, advise on tax matters, or interpret tax law, but they can help connect you with resources.
You can print out tax forms and check out tax books at library locations. We have also compiled a list of trusted tax help organizations.
File your taxes online for free
Get paper copies of tax forms or instructions
Download and print forms and instructions
At home or at the library, you can get forms from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) Forms & Instructions page and the Oregon Department of Revenue Forms and Publications page.
If you are unable to print forms at home, you can send items to the library's printers from almost any device or location with an internet connection.
Have forms mailed to you
To receive federal tax forms by mail, follow the instructions on the IRS website or call 800.829.3676. To receive Oregon tax forms by mail, fill out the online order form or call 503.378.4988 or 800.356.4222 (toll free).
Pick up federal forms at the library
The Oregon Department of Revenue no longer sends state tax forms and booklets to libraries. Oregon paper forms are not available, however we can print many of the forms you need contact us or ask at any library location.
Tax return preparation assistance
Several community groups host in-person and virtual IRS Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) programs for qualifying taxpayers. Check the IRS Free tax return preparation site for partners providing this service in your area.