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Hours of Operation

  • Permit Center Counter: Closed
  • Drop Box for Application Materials: Open
    Mon-Thurs:  8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Staff is available to complete permits, planning applications, and design reviews online, through email and by phone/voicemail. All phone calls will be sent directly to voicemail with calls returned from a restricted number.


Please drop off your application materials in the drop box located in the Permit Center lobby. Permit staff will contact you with payment options. Drop box hours are 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Mon-Thurs. Inspections will continue to be scheduled online.

* PLEASE NOTE:  Due to an increased demand for services, please expect longer wait times for responses to emails, voice messages and building inspections. In the meantime, please view this quick guide on how to submit common service requests.


Public Improvement Design Standards & Details

The city’s Public Improvement Design Manual has been developed to provide a uniform set of standards and procedures which provide assistance to both the city staff and private consulting engineers when coordinating, processing and constructing public improvement projects.

“The City of Tigard Public Improvement Design Standards have been revised as indicated below and re-issued. These revisions reflect immediate needs to ensure the City is receiving adequately designed and constructed streets that are resilient and consistent with other local jurisdictions standards. Documents posted to the city website related to this update include a Pavement Design Addendum, a technical memo providing background supporting the addendum, and a street lights requirements memo.  

In addition to the revisions reflected here, the City of Tigard Engineering Division is embarking on a substantial review and update to the entire Public Improvement Design Standards, starting in Spring 2020, with anticipated completion by early 2021.   Opportunities for stakeholders to review and comment on all standards will be provided during this full update process.”



NOTE: The manual is currently being updated, but the current version can be downloaded in its entirety or by specified sections as follows:

1. Public Improvement Design Standards Manual (Street standards only)
2. Water Distribution System Design Standards (Revised 9/9/09)
3. Street Details (Revised 2/16)
4. Water Details (Revised 3/17)
5. Wireless Facilities Design and Construction Standards (Effective 1/15/19)
6. River Terrace Standards


If you have questions, please contact:
Joe Wisniewski, 503-718-2433
 

Construction Projects

Throughout the year various construction activities take place within the city limits. Some projects are capital improvement projects which use public funds and are managed by governmental jurisdictions and other projects are private development projects which are managed and funded by private parties. We have provided detailed information on larger capital and private development projects.  Read More...
                     

Current Bid Advertisements

Processing of current bids and subsequent contracts is handled by the city’s purchasing department. You may access a list of projects on our Bids & Proposals page.

Streets and Street Maintenance

The city has over 300 miles of streets and 12 miles of paved pathways which it is responsible for maintaining or developing. The Engineering Division and the Street Maintenance Division share the construction and maintenance responsibilities which include traffic signals, streetlights, guardrails, barricades, pavement surfaces, right of way (shoulders, islands, etc.), and street sanding during inclement weather. Read more...

Traffic Engineering and Management

Traffic Engineering involves design, maintenance, and study of traffic related projects and issues. Working in conjunction with the planning and police departments, this aspect of engineering emphasizes on safety and the conformance to federal, state and local regulations.  For more details...

Staff Contact
City Engineer
Lori Faha, 503-718-2759

Principal Engineer/Development Engineering
  Joe Wisniewski, 503-718-2433

Administrative Assistant
Shauna Large, 503-718-2688
Engineering Inspections
Mon-Thurs: 8 a.m.–5 p.m.
Online Inspection Request
Automated Inspection Request Line:
503-639-4175
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