Application Forms & Fees

2013 Planning Commission schedule and deadlines

Business License

What is a Conditional Use?

How to Justify Approval of Conditional Use

What is a Variance?

How to Justify Approval of a Variance

How to Testify at a Land Use Hearing

Application Timeline

Fee Schedule Please note all land use application fees increased on January 1, 2014

Sign Application

Sign Application (Temporary)

Residential Density Calculator, 2012

2012 Type I-III Home Occupation Application (PDF)

2012 Type I-III Home Occupation Application (Fillable)

2012 Type I Development Permit Application (PDF)

2012 Type I Development Permit Application (Fillable)

2012 Type II-III Variance Application (PDF)

2012 Type II-III Variance Application(Fillable)

2012 Type III Conditional Use Application (PDF)

2012 Type III Conditional Use Application (Fillable)

2012 Type III Floodplain/U-R Subdistrict (PDF)

2012 Type III Floodplain/U-R Subdistrict (Fillable)

2012 Type I Boundary Line Adjustment Application (PDF)

2012 Type I Boundary Line Adjustment Application (Fillable)

2012 Type II-III Minor Partition Application (PDF)

2012 Type II-III Minor Partition Application (Fillable)

2012 Type III Subdivision Application (PDF)

2012 Type III Subdivision Application (Fillable)

2012 Type IV Annexation Application (PDF)

2012 Type IV Annexation Petition (PDF)

2012 Type IV Map-Text Amendment Application (PDF)

2012 Type IV Map-Text Amendment Application (Fillable)

2012 Type III Site Plan Review Application (PDF, Only used for multifamily development in R-1 and R-2 zones)

2012 Type III Site Plan Review Application (Fillable, Only used for multifamily development in R-1 and R-2 zones)

2012 Type III Appeal Application (PDF)

2012 Type III Appeal Application (Fillable)

Fee Comparison and Analysis (May 2011)  A comparison of fees for cities in Oregon with a population greater than 5,000.  Using a composite of the most common fees, Pendleton has the second lowest fees in the State. Please contact staff to see the full excel table with additional analysis.

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