OAR 603-082-0060
Action by the Director


The director may issue a proposed order approving, approving with conditions or denying a plat application. The director may grant or deny an application no later than the 90th day from after the date of publication of the notice referred to in OAR 603-082-0030 (Application Requirements)(2). The 90 day time period may be extended for a reasonable period of time at the request of the applicant and approval of the department.


The proposed order shall include or be accompanied by the following:


A caption with the name of the department, the name of the claimant and a case number if used;


A statement describing the purpose and effect of the proposed order, and the factual and legal basis for it, including citation to the statutes and rules relied upon;


A statement of the claimant’s right to challenge the proposed order by requesting a hearing, and that the request must meet the following requirements:


A request for hearing must identify the matter appealed by the claimant’s name, the date of the proposed order and the department’s case number, if any;


A request for a hearing must explain how the claimant considers the proposed order to be legally or factually incorrect.


To be timely, a request for a hearing must be received by the department by the close of business on the 30th day after the date of the proposed order.


A statement of additional rights and risks of the claimant, including at least the following:


A statement informing the claimant that if a request for hearing is not received by the department by the established date, the claimant will have waived the right to a hearing and the proposed order will be final.


A hearing in response to a request will be limited to the issues raised in the request;


The claimant has the right to be represented by an attorney, but if the claimant is an agency, a corporation or an unincorporated association, the claimant must be represented by an attorney.


How to get more information and the department staff member and address or facsimile number to which a request for hearing must be sent.


A hearing shall be conducted pursuant to ORS 183.415 (Notice of right to hearing) et seq.


Upon final approval of a plat, a boundary survey shall be prepared and submitted to the department before a Grant Certificate is issued. A professional surveyor licensed in Oregon shall conduct the survey.


The boundary corners of existing and new plats shall be plainly and distinctly marked out by a means that does not obstruct navigation.

Source: Rule 603-082-0060 — Action by the Director, https://secure.­sos.­state.­or.­us/oard/view.­action?ruleNumber=603-082-0060.

Last Updated

Jun. 8, 2021

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