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New Rule on Deferred Submittals for Manufactured Roof Truss Engineering

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The Bureau of Development Services will only accept the deferred submittals after the main building permit has been issued. As of Feb. 1, 2018 BDS is discontinuing any practice of allowing the deferred submittal to be turned in while the main permit is still under review.

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The Bureau of Development Services (BDS) will continue to allow deferred submittals for manufactured roof truss engineering on projects utilizing the Oregon Residential Specialty Code (ORSC). 

Applicants must indicate this choice at the point of intake for the permit on the New Single Family Residential Minimum Submittal Checklist and Sample Site Plan form. There is an additional fee for the processing and review of these deferred submittals. The deferred submittal application is available online.

BDS will only accept the deferred submittals after the main building permit has been issued. BDS is discontinuing any practice of allowing the deferred submittal to be turned in while the main permit is still under review.

For simplicity and ease of processing, BDS encourages customers to submit a full residential permit application, including the truss engineering, at the initial intake of the project. 

For more information, contact Rochelle Hunter-James, Bureau of Development Services, 503-823-0678.