Community Safety Payroll Tax

The Eugene City Council passed the Community Safety Payroll Tax Ordinance (No. 20616) to provide long-term funding for community safety services. The Community Safety Payroll tax became effective January 1, 2021.

See Administrative Order 44-20-05-F for more details on how the Community Safety Payroll Tax will be administered.


  • Tax forms now available (see Tax Forms tab below for links to all forms)
  • Reminder - Filing Deadlines
    • 1st Quarter (Jan-Mar): April 30
    • 2nd Quarter (Apr-Jun): July 31
    • 3rd Quarter (Jul-Sept) Oct. 31
    • 4th Quarter (Oct-Dec): Jan. 31

Who must file and pay?

All employers who are paying wages to employees and self-employed persons with a physical address in the Eugene city limits must register and file with the City of Eugene.

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. Register
  2. Tax Forms
  3. Tax Rates

The City of Eugene and MUNIRevs have partnered to provide an online tax administration service for the Community Safety Payroll Tax.  Rather than invest in setting-up a new tax collection system, the City is contracting with MUNIRevs to administer and collect the tax through an online portal. Their excellent tools and intuitive navigation make it easy for employers to register, file and pay the tax.


Employers and Self-Employed Register Now

Eugene employers can now register online in MUNIRevs. The process is simple and there are easy-to-follow tutorials.

To register:

  1. Go to the MUNIRevs website
  2. Select “New User”
  3. Complete the user profile to set up your account
  4. Register your business(es). It’s that simple!

Once you register, it’s easy to:

  • File tax returns and make payments electronically
  • Manage all of your accounts under one login
  • Get automated notifications sent to your email address
  • Track your entire account history from your MUNIRevs Business Center.

Additional Resources

Download and print the following information:

Email us or call 541-682-5053 with any additional questions.

Unsubscribe from Mailing List

If you received a mailing from the City regarding the Community Safety Payroll Tax, but you are not subject the tax and wish to stop all future mailings, please:

  1. Send an email requesting to be removed from our mailing list
  2. Make sure to include the mailing address you'd like to remove in the body of the email