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The sign owner assumes liability for a sign within the right-of-way.
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Yes. You can submit an A-Frame Sign in the Right-of-Way Permit Application in one of two ways:
No other applications are required.
Please consult our Planning Fee Schedule page for more information.
The permits may be approved within minutes!
A-Frame Signs in the Right-of-Way Permits are only valid for the calendar year in which they're issued. They expire every January 1st and must be renewed at that point.
No. Just bring a completed application form, a drawing showing the dimensions of the sign, and a site plan identifying the placement of the sign.
The requirements for A-frame signs in the right-of-way may be found in Chapter 15.28.100 of the Oregon City Municipal Code. You may also find the A-Frames Commercial Brochure helpful for understanding the A-Frame Sign in the Right of Way requirements.
Yes, the City created a map of existing sidewalk widths. It may not reflect changes made since 2014. You can also email Public Works if you have questions.
The City accepts payment by cash, check, and credit or debit cards.