1900 SW 4th Ave, Portland, OR 97201
The Oregon Legislature recently passed a bill – Senate Bill 871 – allowing cities and counties to require copies of asbestos surveys and notice of asbestos abatement for residential demolitions. BDS will make those documents available to the public through Portland Maps.
With construction starting on October 13, 2017 and continuing throughout the fall and winter, the second floor Permitting Services will be going through a remodel to better serve our customers.
The Bureau of Development Services (BDS) will have be an exhibitor at attend each Fix-It Fair this season. Be sure to stop by to talk with BDS experts about a house project or for answers to any building related questions.
Friday, November 17, 2017 from Noon - 1:00 pm (Registration is not required) Bureau of Development Services at CH2M Center - Lincoln Conference Room (1st Floor) 2020 SW 4th Ave • Portland, OR, 97201
At various times during the year, the City provides opportunities for bureaus to adjust their current fiscal year budgets.
September and October 2017 DRAC Meetings, DRAC Meetings Back in the 1900 Building and DRAC Member Vacancy – Small Businesses.
As the City of Portland develops, impervious surfaces such as parking lots, roadways, and rooftops increase the pollution levels and temperature of stormwater transported to streams, rivers, and groundwater resources.
PBOT has completed an update of its Transportation System Development Charge (TSDC) methodology and capital project list. A TSDC is a one-time fee assessed new development to help fund the cost of capital improvements to serve a growing population.
The enforcement program plays a critical role in providing safe mobility options to Portlanders.
DOZA Process, 2035 Comprehensive Plan and Central City 2035 Plan