Engineering Division Fees

 

Online Submittals and Applications Associated Permit Forms

Permit TypeFee
Residential subdivision/partition/non-land use-related permit & inspection$2,000 minimum or 8.83% of public and private road improvements, whichever is greater
Commercial, multifamily & industrial (includes apartments & condominiums); permit and inspection$2,000 minimum or 8.83% of public improvements and 5% of onsite transportation improvements
Structured Parking$122/number of spaces/level or $2,000 minimum, whichever is greater
Plan Reviews (more than 3)Actual cost
Re-inspectionsActual cost
Time Extension$400
Entrance Permit 
New driveway$500 if 150' or more in length
$400 if less than 150' in length
Existing driveway upgrade/extend existing driveway$300
Refund for Entrance Permit that is denied or withdrawnApplication or appeal fee refunded less $200
Subdivision Entrance (Driveway) Permit$250
Time Extension$150

Right of Way Permit

  • Ditches, culverts and drainage
  • Sidewalk installation or repair
  • Minor Paving
  • Other minor work
$300
Paving over 5000 sf$500
Filming$150
Bike, Run, Walk, Parade Trail$300
Non-Competitive Group Ride$0
Block Party$0
Revocable Encroachment Permit (Individual)$750
Revocable Encroachment Permit (Entity)$1,000

Road Vacations (right-of-way permit)

  • Preliminary Feasibility
  • Application Review and Processing
$250
Actual Costs (50% deposit of estimated costs)
Temporary Road Closures$500
Time Extension$150
Other Fees 
Design Modification Type 1 (Major)$500
Design Modification Type 2 (Minor)$400
ADA Exception Review$850
Erosion Control Review
Single Family Residence
$310
Erosion Control Review
Non-Single Family Residence
$460
+ $80/acre over 1 acre
Erosion Control Inspection$70 + $125/acre over 1 acre
Surface Water Plan Review$710
Records Research$120/hr.

Phone:503-742-4400

150 Beavercreek Road Room #225 Oregon City, OR 97045

Office Hours:

Monday to Thursday
8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Available by phone/email
Friday
8 a.m. to 3 p.m.

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