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Development Services

From Concept to Construction

Phone: 503-823-7300

TTY : 503-823-6868

1900 SW 4th Ave, Portland, OR 97201

Resource Records

Resource Records section maintains copies of plans for issued building, site development, and zoning permits; permit inspection cards; sign permits, and Certificates of Occupancy.

If you are interested in active permits, please contact Document Services for permits currently under review at (503) 823-7310, or for permits under inspection at (503) 823-7304 for commercial and (503) 823-7388 for residential.

The following steps outline how to request records from Resource Records In Person or By Mail.

Step one: Ensure you have the correct property address. If you are unsure of the correct address, please use the City of Portland web-based Portlandmaps.com to find an exact address.

Step two: Required Forms. Complete the following Forms for each address records are being requested for:

Step three: Requesting the Records. There are two ways you can request records from Resource Records:

In Person, Over-the-Counter in the Development Services Center (DSC) - please visit our DSC Hours of Operations and Service Availability webpage before visiting. 

OR

By Mail  

Bureau of Development Services

c/o Resource Records

1900 SW 4th Ave, Ste 5000

Portland, OR 97201 

Step four: Minimum Records Request Fee.

Minimum Records Request Fee. A minimum records request fee of $15 per address being requested is required at the time of requesting records. By Mail requests will not be processed without a minimum fee .

Depending on the number, size and complexity of the records request, it may require additional time for processing. See the Records Request Fees and Process Timeline webpage for more information on fees and process timeline.

To learn more about the Resource Records program, visit the Resource Records webpage.

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