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This handout describes the information needed when applying for a permit to increase the floor area (“envelope”) of an existing one or two-family dwelling in the City of Portland.
This handout explains permit requirements to convert an attic, basement or garage of a one or two-family dwelling to livable space in the City of Portland. read about requirements before you remodel an attic, update a basement or do a garage conversion.
Checklist and submittal requirements for prescriptive installations of solar photovoltaic and solar water heating systems.
This handout describes what's needed when applying for a Commercial Alteration or Tenant Improvement Permit with a total project valuation less than $300,000 in the City of Portland.
This handout describes information required when applying for a permit for new construction, additions, alterations with
exterior work or structural changes in the City of Portland.
This handout describes the information needed to apply for a Commercial Alteration/Tenant Improvement Permit with a total project valuation equal to or greater than $300,000 in the City of Portland.
What you need when you apply for a building permit, site development permit or zoning permit that needs plan review with the City of Portland. Get basic submittal information for residential and commercial building permits, zoning permits and site development permits.
Get information about structural and engineering requirements for one and two-family residential projects in the City of Portland.
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This webpage includes information on how to get a solar permit, applicable rules, solar permit application forms and permitting fees.
Learn more about the City of Portland's environmental review process. Get the land use review application and the early assistance application.
Frequently asked questions about the Facility Permit Program.
Administrative Rules Adopted by City Council (ARC)
North Cully Development Review is required for development within the North Cully Plan District for sites over 5 acres and with a 1991 value of more than $100,000. Modifications to existing single dwelling and trailer park facilities are exempt from review.
The FPP program is designed to serve customers that perform on-going interior tenant improvements and where facility maintenance, upgrades and renovations are frequent. The program is available to owners of buildings, building management companies and their tenants.
Administrative Rules Adopted by Bureaus Pursuant to Rule Making Authority (ARB)
Information on how to apply for commercial alteration- tenant improvement building permits and get inspections. Includes all required applications, forms and handouts for TI permits.
Fire permit application for the use of pyrotechnic or special effects at concerts, movies, plays, theatrical productions, etc.
Learn more about the Central City Plan District Open Space Height Transfer Review. Get required applications and other helpful information.
This annual permit may be requested by public assembly occupancies for events such as concerts, banquets, graduations, etc. where the same floor plan is used for multiple events. This cannot be used for non-assembly buildings, trade shows, outside tents, fenced outside events or haunted houses.
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