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All mainline sewer extensions must request a public works permit. However, short sanitary sewers (less than 100 feet) can be considered for permitting under a BES Simplified Sewer Permit. Learn more and how to apply for a BES Simplified Sewer Permit.
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This page lists phone numbers for development managers and supervisors at the Bureau of Development Services and other City permitting bureaus.
Find commonly used technical resources for public works permitting projects including transportation, sewer, stormwater, trees, and water manuals and standards.
Links to PBOT permit and appeal applications used in Development Review and other early assistance cases
Find tools, templates, and technical resources to help with your plan preparation for public works permitting.
Explains the process for a public works alternative review.
Public Works appeals apply to the City's requirements for improvements made to the public right-of-way as part of the development process.  
Permitting information from City of Portland infrastructure bureaus regarding permitting and construction for public infrastructure improvements triggered by private development projects.
The permit process requirements for specific types of sewer and stormwater projects
The permit process requirements for specific types of sidewalk and frontage projects
Find the online form, materials, and instructions to prepare a public works permitting concept submittal.
Find the online form, materials, and instructions to prepare a public works permitting design development submittal.
Find the online form, materials, and instructions to prepare a public works permitting final plans submittal.
Use this form during the concept development or design development steps of the public works permitting process when additional information is requested to complete the review.
Preconcept meetings are necessary for project and plan preparation to minimize project time and cost. Receive guidance, discuss possible solutions to potential conflicts, ask questions, and learn what information City staff need to effectively review your project.