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  • Construction Projects
    City of Oregon City

    At any given time, the City of Oregon City has multiple capital construction projects underway. From design to construction, check out our construction project links to find out what is going on in Oregon City.

  • Contractor Listing Info

    Contractors: Please refer to our new site bids site to register and be alerted to any solicitations or bids that the City has advertised.


  • Documents, Drawings, Forms, & Permits
    City of Oregon City

    Public Works' forms and documents are available on this page as well as our master documents. 


  • Elevator Updates

    Interior Updates - 2008

  • Engineering Services Division

    The Engineering Services Division is led by the City Engineer and provides professional engineering services to various City departments and the general public for both public and private development, manages capital projects, right-of-way management and provides erosion control inspection


  • Engineering Services Fees

    The attached document outlines the current Engineering Services fees for copies, applications, permits, and recording services.

  • Flood Information (NFIP)
    Oregon City Flood 1943

    The City of Oregon City participates in the FEMA National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP), which makes flood insurance available to everyone. The City makes continual efforts to reduce flood damage potential, which reduces insurance rates.

  • Operations
  • Services
  • Street (Transportation) Division
    Street Crew working on Street

    Program Objective:  Maintain the City’s transportation system and improve public safety. Implement best management practices while performing operations to protect the surrounding environment.


  • Traffic Speed, Volume and Classification Studies
    Hwy 99E in 1943

    The City of Oregon City has been conducting traffic volume studies since 1978. We have historical traffic volume counts from 1978, 1980, 1989, 1990, as well as more current ones. Any of our historic studies are available for review. Our most recent studies are available online (see below) and will be conducted every 3 years, or as needed.

  • Water Division
    City of Oregon City

    Program Objective:  To distribute and maintain Oregon City's potable water supply and to protect public health by closely monitoring the system and complying with all safe drinking water standards. Implement best management practices while performing operations to protect the surrounding environment.