There are several recent permits reports and land use review reports available in Portland Maps Reports. Once in Portland Maps Reports, click "Building" from the reports menu to choose a metro report type.
You can sort, filter and search using any of the information in the metro reports. And, you can quickly run reports based on your searches. Learn more at Portland Maps Reports- Building.
Building reports have information about permits and land use reviews
The Building reports include information about new projects, including:
- commercial building permits- intakes and issued permits
- facility permits- intakes and issued permits
- land use reviews- intakes
- residential permits- intakes and issued permits
Permits and land use reviews reports include project details
When available, the metro reports include:
- Case number
- Contractor information
- Date received and issue date
- Description of work
- IVR number
- Permit details and information
- Permit status
- Property legal description
- Site address
- Type of use
- Work proposed
Search older permit reports and land use review reports
Older metro reports (from 2016-2021) are stored in PDFs. The quickest way to search for permit information on an old Metro Report is to use Control+F (or Command+F on a Mac) and enter a search term.
You can search older metro reports for:
- case number (permit number)
- contractor name
- owner's last name
- project type like "addition" or "demolition"
Review older residential permits information
To review older residential permits information, select monthly or weekly report and choose Issued Residential Permits or Residential Permit Intakes. The reports are alphabetical by type of work proposed. Under the case number on the left is a description of the proposed work.
Projects subject to demolition delay
If a project was subject to demolition delay, it will be noted in the metro report. Portland Maps offers information on current permits issued on a property and recent history of Development Services permits, as well as enforcement cases on a property. A Residential Demolitions Map is available in PortlandMaps.Com.