Land Use & Transportation (LUT)

Continue to conduct business online

Land Use & Transportation offices are open for in-person services during normal business hours. Customers are urged to continue to access services remotely - online, by phone or via U.S. Mail - to avoid the spread of COVID-19.

  • The lobby in Suite 350 of the Public Services Building is open to the public for in-person building, development review and planning services. Hours
     
  • Lobbies in our Walnut Street Center are closed, but in-person services are available by calling 503-846-7623. Hours 

Customers entering our buildings are required to wear a facial covering (mask), practice physical distancing (at least six feet of separation) and adhere to occupancy limits.

Customers will also be asked to provide contact information for contact-tracing purposes.

Please conduct business remotely to mitigate the spread of COVID.  

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Please conduct business remotely to mitigate the spread of COVID.

 

 

Stephen Roberts, AICP, Director
 

In the news

May is Building Safety Month

Release date: 04/30/2021
May is National Building Safety Month, which recognizes and supports all those who work in the building industry, including Washington County Department of Land Use & Transportation (LUT) Building Services staff.

Transportation Development Tax to increase July 1, 2021

Release date: 04/29/2021
Washington County Transportation Development Tax (TDT) rates will increase by 3.824%, effective July 1.

Building Connections: FY 2019-20 Annual Report Request a Road Service Non-Callout Public Permitting and Services Portal

 
Comment on the Draft 2021-22 Long Range Planning Work Program  

 

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