Land Use Forms & Fees
Due to COVID-19 concerns, we are available by appointment only and can accept applications by email, mail and office drop off. Please read below for how to submit applications.
Below are the most commonly requested application forms. If you do not see the form you need, please contact the Planning Division, 541-766-6819.
Submitting an Application: (Please note: if you are filing out your form online use Internet Explorer for the signature option, then print to PDF)
Due to COVID-19 safety measures please read the following for our new permit submittal protocol. Prior to visiting our office please call 541-766-6819 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
1. Locate the appropriate land use application form below. They are available for viewing as PDFs and can be filled out on your computer. You must use Internet Explorer for the digital signature option to work. We are able to accept digital esignatures in addition to the original signed document. Print the document to PDF, rather than saving as a PDF, to ensure capture of filled information and signature.
2. Fill out the application form and be sure to include the required attachments. All property owners must sign the application form either through e-signature or provide us with the original signed document. We cannot accept scans or copies of the original signature page at this time.
3. Email the complete application packet to email@example.com. Or, mail the application to our office ATTN: Planning Division, 360 SW Avery Ave, Corvallis, OR 97333.
4. A planner will review your application and be in contact with any missing items or, if complete, to take in payment. A check may also be included with a mailed packet or mailed separately once the application has been accepted for submittal.
With an appointment, submitting an application in person at the office is still available.
For exact Planning and Land Use Application Fees, please contact the Planning Division, 541-766-6819. To get a ball park of the fees, please reference our 2021 fee schedule (effective Jan 1, 2021).
- Setbacks Table for EFU, FC, RR, and UR zoning districts
- Administrative Review
- Alteration or Expansion of a Non-Conforming Use
- Alteration of a Historic Resource
- Appeal - Development Department Decision
- Appeal - Planning Commission Decision
- Conditional Use - Standard
- Conditional Use - Development in the Willamette Greenway
- Conditional Use - Home Occupation - Required in Resource Zones and when using an Exception to Dimensional Standards (BCC 91.220).
- Home Occupation - For Non-Resource Zones.
- Home Occupation Renewal - Required every two (2) years for home occupations in accessory structures.
- Ministerial Review
- Pre-Application Conference
- Research Request - Typically used for determining number of legal parcels or to provide a full permit history report.
- Site Development Plan - Typically required for any structural addition or new development within an industrial zone.
- Zone and/or Comprehensive Plan Change
Dwelling and Medical Hardship Applications
- Farm Dwelling
- Farm Dwelling - Lot of Record, Predominantly High-Value Soils
- Farm Dwelling - Lot of Record, Predominantly Non-High-Value Soils
- Non-Farm Dwelling East of the Coast Range
- Non-Farm Dwelling West of the Coast Range
- Forest Dwelling - 160 Acres
- Forest Dwelling - Template Test
- Forest Dwelling - Lot of Record
- Medical Hardship Dwelling - Non Resource Zones
- Medical Hardship Dwelling - Resource Zones
- Medical Hardship Dwelling - Transfer
Development in the Floodplain
A land division is considered a partition if less than four properties are being created each year. There are multiple applications for partitions depending on the size, zoning and minimum parcel size or density of the parent property.
- Partition - Ministerial Review - Only for resource zoned properties (Exclusive Farm Use, Multi-Purpose Agriculture and/or Forest Conservation) that will meet the minimum size requirements. Cannot be used when the parent property can be divided into 6 or more properties.
- Partition - Standard Application - Cannot be used when the parent property can be divided into 6 or more properties. The following applications and information may also need to be included:
- Series Partition - Preliminary Plat Application - This application is required when the property can be divided into 6 or more properties, regardless of whether or not the proposal is to create less than the maximum amount.
- Series Partition - Final Plat Application - use to complete each phase of the approved series partition.
Property Line Adjustments, Tax Lot Creation and Subdivisions
Create a Tax Lot/Deed Release - Creates a new tax lot, not a new parcel. Typically done for construction financing.
Property Line Adjustment - to adjust the property lines between two properties. Additional application forms are required when more than two properties will be adjusted. These applications can be reviewed concurrently, if applied for on the same day.
Subdivision - for creating 4 or more properties in a year.
- Pre-Application Conference - required.
- Water Supply Requirements for Subdivisions
- Subdivision applications for properties located within the Corvallis Urban Fringe and the Urban Residential or Floodplain Agriculture Zone, must also include: