Portland Changes Home Demolition Notification Policy If Developer Plans To Split Lot Neighbors Will

Dated: May 6 2014

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The Portland Bureau of Development Services instituted a change Wednesday that limits when developers can avoid notifying neighbors about upcoming home demolitions.

The change comes less than five months after The Oregonian reported on neighbors' growing concerns outrage at the number of Portland homes being demolished without warning.
Demolitions require a permit. City code mandates that neighbors be notified before one is issued, and says a permit cannot be issued until 35 days after application. The development bureau requires the property owner to put up a prominent orange sign announcing that the structure will be demolished. Read More Here...
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