OAR 635-405-0040
Coordination with Affected State and Federal Agencies and Special Districts

The Department Habitat Conservation Division Land Use Coordinator or other appropriate Department employees shall coordinate with affected state and federal agencies and special districts to discuss wildlife habitat inventory and habitat protection and management standards. The information and assistance provided may include, but is not limited to:


Delineation (i.e., boundaries and locations) of significant wildlife habitat, such as:


Big game ranges;


Bird habitat sites;


Threatened and endangered habitat as defined in OAR 635-100-0100 (Threatened and Endangered Species Definition of Terms) to 635-100-0130 (Requirement for Survival Guidelines);


Riparian habitat/land;




Aquatic habitat;


Sensitive species habitat;


Other significant wildlife habitats not listed above.


Estimated wildlife population levels whenever data is available.


Identification of conflicting uses and an analysis of the consequences of such conflicting uses on identified fish and wildlife habitat as required by city and county comprehensive plans and land use regulations and to comply with the statewide planning goals.


Wildlife habitat protection and management standards including but not limited to:


Dwelling density criteria;


Setback buffers from wildlife habitat resource sites;


Types of and timing restrictions on activities conflicting with wildlife uses;


Instream flows or lake levels;


Structures compatible with wildlife uses;


Educational and informational materials to promote public awareness and involvement in protection of wildlife habitat; and


Estimated monetary values of wildlife whenever this information is available.

Source: Rule 635-405-0040 — Coordination with Affected State and Federal Agencies and Special Districts, https://secure.­sos.­state.­or.­us/oard/view.­action?ruleNumber=635-405-0040.

Last Updated

Jun. 8, 2021

Rule 635-405-0040’s source at or​.us