Submit permits & plans
- buildingeye manual (pdf)
Updates to e-Permitting in Accela Citizen Access
Here are the enhanced services now offered though our e-Permitting site:
Building Permit Applications
You are now able to apply for all building permits, provide construction documents, and pay for review fees in a single transaction.
Public Works Applications
We are also excited you can now apply for Encroachment and Erosion Prevention and Sediment Control applications.
ePlans (Electronic Plan Review)
Project Dox has been retired. Electronic plan review is now integrated into our Accela Citizen Access system allowing you to create an application, submit your plans, and monitor application status without waiting for an invitation to a separate system.
Updated Record Statuses
Better track your projects through the ePlans process with clearer record statuses: know when an application may have been deemed incomplete, when a plan review letter is available, when fees are due, and when the permit is issued. A full list and definitions of existing and new statuses is available in our guides and tutorials.
Planning Application (coming soon)
Soon you will be able to apply with a single application for all of your planning cases with a corresponding application checklist for the style of application.
2021 Oregon Specialty Codes
The published Residential (ORSC), Plumbing (OPSC), Electrical (OESC), and the Energy Efficiency (OEESC) codes are posted online and are viewable in a read only format. All applications will now utilizes these codes as their basis for the design and installations. In preparation for the 2021 codes, we have created the following inspection checklists as part of our quality assurance program.
Middle Housing in Albany
Albany and other cities in Oregon are facing a housing affordability crisis. Oregon is one of the fastest-growing states in the U.S.; however, housing production has not kept up with the demand.
The Oregon Legislature passed House Bill 2001 (HB 2001) in August 2019 to help provide Oregonians with more housing choices, especially housing choices that more people may be able to afford in the long term.