Check regulations in your city. Sign permits are not required in unincorporated areas or areas within Sherman County outside of city limits.
FAQ Topic: Planning FAQ
Consult with the Sherman County Planner to discuss your plans for any non-farm dwellings.
Sherman County’s Zoning, Subdivision, Partitioning, and Land Development Ordinance contains county zoning laws and related codes.
See the land-use fee schedule for fees associated with zone changes, boundary line adjustments, and conditional use permits. The related documents you may need are as follows: Conditional Use Permit Application, Conditional Use Permit Checklist, Zoning Ordinance, Partition Application, Boundary Line Adjustment Application, and Zone Change Application/Comp Plan Amendment Application.
If your event qualifies as a mass gathering, you must file a Mass Gathering Application with the Planning Department. An event is considered a “mass gathering” in Sherman County if it draws more than 250 people and can “reasonably be expected to continue for more than 24 consecutive hours but less than 120 hours within … Continued
Sherman County zoning restrictions are included within the Sherman County Zoning Ordinance.
Applicants will need land use approval through the Sherman County Planning Department before planning staff can sign off on a building code application. To receive final building code permits you will need to submit your signed application and associated materials to: State of Oregon Building Codes Pendleton Field Office 541-276-7814 You can also access teh … Continued
You can access the State website at www.oregon.gov/bcd/pages State of Oregon Building Codes Pendleton Field Office 541-276-7814
To receive final building code permits you will need to submit your signed application and associated materials to: State of Oregon Building Codes Pendleton Field Office 541-276-7814 You can also access the State website at www.oregon.gov/bcd/pages For Sewer and Septic permits contact the North Central Public Health District at 541-506-2600.