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Archives & Records Management

Office of the City Auditor

phone: 503-865-4100

email: parc@portlandoregon.gov

1800 SW 6th Ave, Suite 550, Portland, OR 97201

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9006 PERMITS

9006-01   Intersection Boards

Records are used to document location of underground utilities at major intersections. Records are drawings on boards or mylar that document location, depth and type of utility located in city intersections. Records may be incorporated into GIs

Retention: Permanent
Record Copy? Yes

 

9006-02   Encroachment / Structural Permits

Series is used to document and issue permits that are structural in nature or that encroach into the public right of way. Records include copies of permit application or ordinance approving permit. Applications include permit type, location, and other notes concerning permit or inspector's comments. Examples include structures above and below ground, vaults, sewer connections, right of way construction, utility poles, utility uses, railway uses, retaining walls, stairways, bus shelters, etc. All encroachment permits are microfilmed except for utility permits.

Retention: Permanent
Record Copy? Yes

 

9006-03   Street Use Permits

Series is used to document and issue permits for limited use of streets and public right of ways. Records include copies of permit application or ordinance approving permit. Applications include type of permit, location, and other notes concerning permit or inspector's comments. Examples include advertising bench permits, vending carts, sidewalk cafes, minor obstructions, street closures for construction, blasting permits, test borings, applications to move buildings, etc.

Retention: 2 years
Record Copy? Yes

 

9006-04   Underground Storage Tank Permits

Series is created to document the approval, location and removal of underground storage tanks. Record contains copies of the permit, map or drawing of tank location, council documents, correspondence, recommendations and information regarding type of tank.

Retention: Permanent
Record Copy? Yes