OAR 333-555-0010
Letters of Intent, Filing Periods


Applicants may submit letters of intent at any time during the calendar year.


Applications which are ruled subject to full review under OAR 333-555-0030 (Letters of Intent, Notification)(1) may not be filed sooner than the first day of the month following the publication and mailing of notice of the letter of intent in the Certificate of Need Update, published monthly by the division. For example, a letter of intent submitted in the first half of May would have a notice published in the June 1 edition of the Certificate of Need Update. The application could then be submitted no earlier than July 1.


A letter of intent automatically expires 365 days following the division’s ruling under OAR 333-555-0030 (Letters of Intent, Notification). No extension will be granted. An applicant may anticipate the expiration of a current letter of intent by filing a new letter of intent, upon which the division will rule under OAR 333-555-0030 (Letters of Intent, Notification). In order to ensure that the previous letter of intent does not expire before an application can be submitted under the new letter of intent, the applicant should file the new letter of intent at least 60 days in advance of the expiration of the previous letter of intent.

Source: Rule 333-555-0010 — Letters of Intent, Filing Periods, https://secure.­sos.­state.­or.­us/oard/view.­action?ruleNumber=333-555-0010.

Last Updated

Jun. 8, 2021

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