Services, Guides, and Information
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This page contains commonly referenced City code and administrative rules related to PBOT development and permitting processes. Chapters refer to city code and TRN refers to transportation administrative rules.
How to apply for an exception to the driveway standards
Information on Driveway Permits for rights-of-way controlled by the City of Portland.
Standards for Driveway access for rights-of-way controlled by the City of Portland.
Information on standards and permits for Driveway access for rights-of-way controlled by the City of Portland.
The City's policy regarding Encroachments into the Public Right-of-Way. Access the Encroachment Permit Application and find out about the Encroachment Permit Review Process.
Welcome to Keep Portland Moving, a program aimed at enhancing communication, coordination, and collaboration between city bureaus, state and county agencies, as well as transit and franchise utilities to reduce the impact of construction projects on city infrastructure and the traveling public.
The Portland Bureau of Transportation's (PBOT) StreetsPDX project, in partnership with other city bureaus, supports policy implementation and decision-making in the right-of-way consistent with the city's 2035 Comprehensive Plan.
PBOT is creating a new administrative rule: TRN-XX.XX – Sidewalk Corridor Widths within Historic Resource Overlay Zones. The proposed rule and description can be found below.
Other rules and requirements pertaining to development review.
An overview of the application process for a pavement coring permit.
Some City of Portland zoning code sections allow additional development options for sites with frontage on a street which is maintained by the City of Portland or the State of Oregon. This page provides guidance on how to tell if a lot has frontage on a maintained street.
Links to PBOT permit and appeal applications used in Development Review and other early assistance cases
Explains the process for a public works alternative review.
Overview of street and sidewalk improvement requirements for development proposals. Resources for determining what type of public right-of-way improvements may be needed for a specific site.
City of Portland Website
City of Portland Bureau of Development Services sample site plan
This page contains the forms used to determine the scope of transportation analyses that may be required as part of a land use or building permit application.
TRN 1.22 establishes the situations in which the City will accept the existing sidewalk configuration as the standard for the block length. This page is intended to explain the policy in a step by step manner to assist property owners in determining if this policy applies to their property.
An overview of the process for getting a street improved to the point where the City will accept the street for maintenance.
Process of the Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT) for reviewing potential electric utility vaults (UV) or structures for the benefit of the adjacent property owner within the public ROW.