General Information: 503-823-4000
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If you are building a project that requires:
You will need to work with Portland's public works bureaus to obtain the necessary permits to construct these improvements. Once your project is permitted and completed, the public works improvements become public assets that are maintained permanently by the city.
Beginning at the earliest stages of project planning, Portland's public works permitting bureaus will work with you and your project team to efficiently plan, design, permit, inspect and accept public works improvements.
Portland's public works permitting agencies are the bureaus of Environmental Services, Transportation and Water. These lead agencies work closely with the Parks Bureau, Fire Bureau and Bureau of Development Services to complete a comprehensive and efficient review of your public works permitting request.
Please call the Public Works Permitting hotline at 503-823-1987 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information about the process.
Permit information and guides
Manuals, guidelines, administrative documents
Links to Development Services, Water, Parks, Transportation, Environmental Services, Fire
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