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The Remote Inspection Program provides an alternative to on-site inspection for situations requiring minor corrections.
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The Bureau of Development Services, in partnership with the Bureau of Planning and Sustainability, will propose a set of code amendments to the Portland City Council on August 7, 2019 at 10 a.m. The amendments are intended to allow murals in more locations around the City. Read the recommended code.
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Houston-based Zenith Energy is receiving a Temporary Certificate of Occupancy (TCO) from the City of Portland that will allow the company to begin using its newly-built racking system for unloading tank cars on its existing tank farm in Portland’s Northwest Industrial District.
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News for Property Line Adjustment Applicants Effective immediately, there are changes to the process for Property Line Adjustments (PLAs) for new applications or submitted applications that have not already received a checksheet.
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Development Services rolled out PDX ePlans (electronic plan review) as an option for all Process Managed projects as of January 2019.
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The Bureau of Development Services (BDS) wants your input on the first draft of an administrative rule outlining requirements for signs posted on future development sites.
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Our new online permitting tool is now available to customers! Development Hub will fully replace our old permitting system by August 1, 2019.