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Introducing the New Inspection Scheduler:

You asked, we listened! Over the last few months, we have worked hard to improve our process for scheduling inspections. We are excited to announce that our new system is available for you to use online. With this new online portal, you can search inspection histories, check the status of your permit, and schedule single or multiple inspections. Check it out here!

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Last December, the City of Hillsboro upgraded its Citywide permitting system to better serve our customers. In addition to modernizing the City’s processes and making it easier for customers to find information and track their projects, this new system, called “Accela Automation,”  also integrates the City’s Planning, Engineering, Code Enforcement, Water and Building Departments into one streamlined system. This means better coordination and faster service for our customers, along with offering more transparent data and allowing for more efficient use of City resources.

If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to call us at 503-681-6144, email at building_dept@hillsboro-oregon.gov

Where We're Located:
Civic Center, 4th Floor
150 E Main Street
Hillsboro, Oregon 97123

 
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How Do I Get A Permit?

Submittal Checklists & Guidelines

Inspection Scheduler

City of Hillsboro Currently Enforced Codes

Applications

Fees

Inspection Codes/IVR Inspection Numbers

State of Oregon Fire Code

E-Permitting

Revised Plan Submittal Form

 

 

Permits Protect.info

 

 

Metro Construction Excise Tax Info

 

 

 

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