Development Application Forms & Resources

2020 Current Planning Services Fee Schedule (effective 7/1/2020-12/31/2020)

Fee changes effective July 1
Changes are being implemented to building permit and development fees effective July 1, 2020. The changes involve phased fee increases and assessment of “convenience fees” charged by major credit card companies for online payments.

Unlike many area jurisdictions, both LUT Building Services and Current Planning operate on a cost-recovery basis – meaning that these work groups’ activities are supported entirely by fees for service. These cost-recovery fee changes are necessary to maintain operations. The Board of County Commissioners opted to phase in the fee increases to help mitigate the financial impact on our customers. For a complete list of LUT fee increases, visit the Washington County-wide Fiscal Year 2020-21 Fee Schedule

Building Services fees
Most Building Services fees will increase 2.5% effective July 1; and an additional 2.5% effective Jan. 1, 2021. 

Current Planning fees
Current Planning fee increases vary. While most are increasing a minimum of 2.5% on July 1 and an additional 2.5% effective Jan. 1, other targeted increases are also being implemented to achieve cost recovery. These increases are also being phased in—half effective July 1 and half on Jan. 1. 

Changes to online payments
Effective July 1, 2020, online payments will include assessment of “convenience fees” charged by major credit card companies, as follows: 

  • Online credit card payments (VISA, MasterCard, Discover): Average 2.45% of costs (minimum $1.50) 
  • Electronic bank checks: Flat service fee of 95¢ (Customer’s bank must allow electronic checks; routing and account numbers must be correct, or a return check charge may be applied by the bank.)
  • Paper checks submitted via U.S. Mail: No fee
     

Development Application Forms


General Information

  1. Pre-Application Conference Request
  2. Pre-Application Waiver
  3. Development Permit Transfer
  4. Development Review Valuation Sheet
  5. Drainage Hazard Area Procedure
  6. Hearings Officer Rules of Procedure
  7. Land Use District Summary
  8. Neighborhood Meeting Packet and Guidelines (See #10, COVID-10 Neighborhood Meeting Supplement)
  9. COVID-10 Neighborhood Meeting Supplement
  10. Preliminary Grading Review
  11. Procedure Types
  12. Street Trees
  13. Submittal Checklist
  14. Urban Site Plan Guidelines
  15. Rural Site Plan Guidelines
  16. Impact Analysis
  17. Farm Stands
  18. OLCC Marijuana Land Use Compatibility Statement Checklist (LUCS)
  19. Letter of Authorization
  20. Review of Conditions
  21. Urban Streetscape Design Toolkit
  22. Public Records Request Form
  23. Flood plain and drainage hazard areas - CDC amendments (R&O 18-99)
  24. How the County Regulates Fill Placement in the Rural Area - Brochure
  25. Flood plain Information Request/DHA
  26. FEMA Elevation Certificate and Instructions
  27. Tiny Home FAQ
  28. City Coordination Area Map
  29. Transportation Development Tax (TDT)
  30. Traffic Impact Statement Request form
  31. TIS Waiver
  32. Sight Distance Evaluation Request form
  33. Road Design and Construction Standards 
  34. Preliminary Sight Distance Certification
  35. Final Sight Distance Certification
  36. Resolution & Order #86-95

 


Service Provider Letters

  1. List of Service Providers
  2. General Service Provider Letter
  3. Clean Water Services Service Provider Letter
  4. Health and Human Services: Washington County
  5. Schools Service Provider Letter
  6. Sheriff Service Provider Letter
  7. Tri-Met Service Provider Letter
  8. THPRD Service Provider Letter
  9. City Development Coordination Letter